Free literary fiction Kindle books for 29 May 15

It’s An Honor

by Talia Paxton

On live television, in front of millions of people, Jack Hobbs was shot as he accepted his Academy Award by a fellow nominee. Why was he shot? What does this mean for his career? For television? And who else was behind it?



What Remained of Katrina: a Novel of New Orleans

by Kelly Jameson

A REVISED AND EXPANDED NEW EDITION OF A MODERN CLASSIC…

After Hurricane Katrina destroys her city, an unlikely heroine turns to art and revenge to survive. A failed hooker, magician’s assistant, hotel maid and ice cream truck driver, Katrina Lalande comes barreling back in her old red Cadillac to haunt the abusive husband who thought he’d finished her off during the storm. Bent on revenge but determined to find hope in the wreckage, she remembers her past life as Vincent van Gogh as she paints murals on flood-damaged homes, trying to plug the leaks in her city and her heart.



Small Fish Big Fish: A coming of age novel

by Jacob Carlisle

A gripping story of courage, love and teen culture in 1960’s Scotland.

One for sorrow, two for joy,

Three for a girl, four for a boy.

Five for silver, six for gold,

And seven for a secret that must never be told.

Seventeen-year-old Stephen McBride thinks he has everything figured out, but his predictable world is about to come to an end.

When he spots ten pounds on the floor of a grocery store, he stuffs the money into his pocket and unwittingly sets in motion a chain of events that will shatter the lives of those nearest to him.

Soon after, Stephen falls under the influence of a local villain and embarks on a dark and dangerous path. Now he must make a choice: stand up for what he believes is right, or get out of town.

But one night things go too far and suddenly there are no choices left.

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Kings for a Day: A Novel

by J.E. Rawls

My name’s William Dane. I have an anxiety problem. My dark days are enduring and manic. I fear not only the world and being alone, but myself. Sometimes pills, alcohol and other drugs aren’t enough to escapeâ?¦ so I engage in other things, things that most sophomores in college don’t, things I often regret but can’t stop doing. Life’s a mess of circumstance and opinion, so I’ve forcibly carved out my niche in its filthy underbelly. I’ve been called a monster, a fiend and worse. Maybe it’s all true, I don’t know. Regardless, here is my story.



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