Free literary fiction Kindle books for 07 May 15

A Sounding of Time

by Brendon Michael

A Sounding of Time follows a group of friends on a strange and exceptional journey, over highways and seas and maybe even through time itself.

Jeanie and Walker meet one another on the road, when they each happen to have everything they own packed up and in tow. They have left their jobs and lives behind, searching for something ill-defined but very tangible to people like them. Immediately they realize they share a past. But only one of them realizes how deep that past goes. And there are others, too. Like them. People drawn together by some inherent magnetism of the world around them. Some force of life. And, more importantly, by some pact they had made a very, very long time ago. A pact to return and fulfill their destiny. Their only problem is remembering it.


by Tara Basi

From the cauldron of a small Catholic primary school playground on the weather-beaten Small Island, Bobby and Terry set about tackling the world’s most intractable problems: Global Warming, Women’s Troubles, Politics, Revolution, War and more. Beset by bullies, nuns and hormones, our duo and the occasional apprentice relentlessly pursue knowledge and truth with only logic, the odd exploding gerbil experiment and chocolate to protect them from the terrors of the playground.

The story is told from Terry’s often confused perspective as he plays Alan Davies to Bobby’s Stephen Fry. The boys’ philosophical explorations of the human condition lead them to riches beyond understanding, poverty so crushing that a single wine gum is out of reach, the heights of power and the helplessness of unrequited infatuation – all under the reign of the Power Three, the playground’s bully trio of Tony, George and, Terry’s impossible love interest, Madge.

Terry and Bobby are aided in their quests by the Small Island’s residents, including the disgraced ex-world-sheep-throwing champion Mr McStrumpy; Mr McTater, the island’s only butcher who is obsessed with perfecting the ultimate seagull sausage; bookshop owner, would-be author and faux-paedophile Mr Dicklightly; the crazed whirling dervish that is Dimple; and the ever-present Mr Singh, owner of the Small Island’s post office cum Sweet and Chips Emporium with Tent Café. Meanwhile, Terry’s dad is missing and his penniless mum is endlessly distracted by a bitter custody battle while holding down three jobs; and Bobby’s dad is very sick.

Resilient as double-gusseted underpants, the pair battle through the four seasons of the school year to discover the eternal truths of life, death, friendship and the simple blessings of tofu-free chips.

Masterminders was shortlisted for the Novel Prize.

State of Sin: The Tri-State Area

by Heather White

This novel contains explicit sexual content and is intended for mature audiences only.

Before reading this, make sure you’ve checked out the previous novel, “State of Sin: The Far Northeast States,” so you can see what scandalous adventures Corey and Christine have been on already!

Having now covered the basics, the sexual adventures between Christine and Corey is about to get a lot hotter… and a lot more secretive and scandalous.

The two of them have just wrapped up their threesome adventures in Massachusetts and prepare to hit Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey. Things start out hot enough, but then, in Connecticut, Christine commits an act that goes even beyond her line of decency. And should Corey find out, it might ruin the relationship entirely.

How long can she keep it a secret? And how will that unleash itself in the form of erotic sexual adventures?

This story contains scenes of:

*Outdoors sex


*MMF Threesome

*Public Sex

*Sex club

*And more!

The Mysterious Affair at Styles (Xist Classics)

by Agatha Christie

Meet Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie’s first published novel

“Everything must be taken into account. If the fact will not fit the theory—let the theory go.” â?? Agatha Christie, The Mysterious Affair at Styles

When a weathly English widow dies of strychnine poisoning, the illustrious inspector Hercule Poirot is called in to determine which of the family members is at fault.

The Prince and the Pauper (Xist Classics)

by Mark Twain

A Classic Story of Switched Identity “When I am king they shall not have bread and shelter only, but also teachings out of books, for a full belly is little worth where the mind is starved.” â?? Mark Twain, The Prince and the Pauper

The Pince and the Pauper by Mark Twain is an 1881 novel that has been adapted many times. When a young poor boy wanders near the palace gates, he meets the Prince of Wales (Edward VI) who bears an uncanny resemblance. They decide to switch clothes and end up switching roles. Edward discovers the stark class inequality in England and Tom struggles to survive as the prince. When the king dies, Edward must race against the clock and the bounds of society to regain his rightful throne.

TABOO ROMANCE: Lady and the Lord (Stepbrother Romance) (Historical Romance Forbidden Short Stories)

by Meadow Rayne

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Lady and the Lord

Historical Taboo Romance

Clayborne Hall is a stately English home which houses several secrets. Lady Alice Pengrave will discover two of them when her step-brother, Lord James Belmont, returns from the trenches of World War I France. The first secret involves the blackmail of her parents by an unscrupulous maid. The second involves James himself. It appears that her step-brother has fallen in love with her.

As Alice and James work to save their parents from scandal, their passions grow. Soon, their own reputations are in danger. Can they save the good name of Clayborne? Or will their desires bring everything crashing down around them?


This book contains sexually explicit scenes and adult language. It may be considered offensive to some readers. This book is for sale to adults ONLY.

State of Sin: The Far Northeast States

by Heather White

This book contains explicit sexual content and is intended for mature audiences only.

Corey and Christine are your typical, average middle-class Americans living in Maine. Corey works at a law firm, and Christine works at home. But inside the bedroom, the two are freaks in bed. Christine loves to dominate, and Corey loves to get off.

One day, however, Corey’s romping gets him in trouble and he gets fired at work. Furious and confused, he comes home and is unsure what to do. Christine, inspired by a friend, decides they need to turn the moment into opportunity and declares the two of them are going on a sex trip–they will hit up every state and try a new sexual experience along the way!

In this book, Corey and Christine will explore each other’s bodies and sexual interests in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts.

The Oedipus Trilogy: Oedipus the King, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone (Xist Classics)

by Sophocles

Three of Greatest Greek Plays in one Collection

“Time, which sees all things, has found you out.” â?? Sophocles, Oedipus Rex

Sophocles’ three Thebian plays, Oedipus, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone, are cornerstones of western civilization and dramatic history. Each play stems from the fated tragedy that Oedipus would kill his father and marry his mother.

Mother’s Day

by Steve Yarosh

She shook her head and kept pushing at the edge of the hole. “It’s not your fault,” she whispered, and I could see the tip of the lead starting to come out.

It’s Mother’s Day and a young boy is being punished for not doing well in school. His frustrated mother is at her wits end. Nothing seems to work. And then, just as things begin to unravel completely – she makes a choice that changes everything . . . .

Steve Yarosh is an Oregon-based writer, artist and trial attorney. He is a former federal prosecutor and was a lead trial attorney in the Waco, Texas case involving David Koresh and the Branch Davidians. Prior to his law career, Steve worked as a magazine writer, sports editor and newspaper photographer. He also served 7 years active duty in the U.S. Navy, including 3 years aboard the Battleship U.S.S. New Jersey (BB-62) and one year with the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Beirut, Lebanon.

Steve has recently completed a collection of coming-of-age short stories based on his childhood years in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and Sydney, Australia. Critics and fellow writers have compared his stories to Stand By Me, Catcher in the Rye and even The Andy Griffith Show. They are strong, dialogue-driven tales focusing on universal themes that evoke a feeling in even the crustiest of readers. Steve’s writing style is confident and original. He dispenses with lengthy narratives and unnecessary descriptions, choosing instead to thrust directly into the heart of things with a rapid succession of vivid scenes that build to a final act that isn’t always what you expect. His characterization is equally unique. Adults in his stories are multilayered and in simmering conflict with themselves and others. The young central character senses this as he strives to navigate through the uncertain world around him.

Steve lives on the banks of the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon, with his 10 year son and his attorney wife. To contact Steve, send an email to [email protected]

The Nothingness of Being

by Andrew David Frost

Harry Turnbull wants to die. Ever since his wife’s death, his suicidal tendencies have re-emerged. But if he commits suicide his children will be disinherited from his vast wealth. His wife made sure this would happen in an addendum to his will. At last he finds a way to make his death look like an accident, but he must tidy his affairs before leaving this life. He enlists the help of devout Christian Deirdre Stringer to help him clear his big house. He has long hated the Church and all it stands for but he needs Deirdre’s organizational skills. He claims he’s just downsizing and moving to a smaller place. However, Deirdre soon becomes suspicious and she vows to stop Harry from taking his own life.

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