Free literary fiction Kindle books for 30 Nov 15

The Power-House

by John Buchan

John Buchan was a Scottish writer and Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada.  Buchan wrote a vast amount of books including the Richard Hannay novels that have recently been turned into a popular British television show.  This edition of The Power-House includes a table of contents.



A Lodge in the Wilderness

by John Buchan

John Buchan was a Scottish writer and Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada.  Buchan wrote a vast amount of books including the Richard Hannay novels that have recently been turned into a popular British television show.  This edition of A Lodge in the Wilderness includes a table of contents.



The Half-Hearted

by John Buchan

John Buchan was a Scottish writer and Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada.  Buchan wrote a vast amount of books including the Richard Hannay novels that have recently been turned into a popular British television show.  This edition of The Half-Hearted includes a table of contents.



Veneer

by P.H. Davies

Working in men’s fashion wasn’t exactly the career Kris Noone had in mind when he graduated from university with an art history degree, but nonetheless he finds himself selling clothes to indifferent rich men who want to look good and barely acknowledge his existence.

During long boring days idling away the hours as a sales assistant, he starts to realise that university isn’t quite the â??get out of jail card’ he thought it would be. And it doesn’t get any better when his tyrannical manager, Vivienne, decides to turn him into the model employee.

Forced to dress in a uniform of suit, shirt, and tie while being servile to his customers, Kris slowly feels his identity being eroded. When Vivienne pushes him too far, the consequences are disastrous for all.

Originally published in 2007 under a pseudonym, this new ebook edition of Veneer contains a completely revised text. Influenced by Sylvia Plath and J.D. Salinger, P.H. Davies’ novel is a cry from the heart of Gen Y.



Savages: A Triptych

by Brendan Ball

This dark triptych of stylistically diverse literary short stories – on the unifying theme of the occult and primitive religion, blending myth and mysticism and mystery – features three diverse protagonists: a tribal chief whose life depends on concealing signs of age, a debonair daemon suffering professional ennui in a staff training role without prospects, and a dystopian moon colonist on the run from unrequited love who is blackmailed into sham psychotherapy and drawn into a bloody labour dispute.



Monarchs and Mendicants

by Dan Groat

A Journey from Tragedy to Triumph

From Despair to Hope

Navy Seal, Gifford Ulrich, returns to St. Louis from Afghanistan and tries to resume his old life, but the war within leaves him homeless and seeking only to survive. The Hacker is killing the homeless and Movay, the boss of the Benoit neighborhood, is abusing them. Gifford’s new “friends” need him, and soon he realizes, to make the passage from tragedy to triumph, he must fight his way from despair to hope.

“An opening to the human soul.”
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“A fantastic thriller mystery novel.”
“Social commentary wrapped in a thriller.”
“Profound and moving prose you won’t forget.”
“I will never look at the homeless in the same way again.”
“You won’t know how to let go once the book ends.”

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A Lil’ Somethin’ on the Side

by S.C. Russell

Author of The Color Between Black and White series and Hand Sewn Heart, gives us A Lil’ Something on the Side.

A Lil’ Something on the Side is a funny, witty, relative story you will not want to miss!

When Sunnie sends in some video clips of her ideas for a contest, she is unexpectedly given her own 3-minute segment on the local news. She brings her own sunny spin to the program, but not without some complications as a result.

Romance sparks in more than one direction, as it seems that everyone loves Sunnie’s contagious personality, not just the audience.

Sunnie must decide who she can trust, who her friends are, and who will expect her to compromise herself and her values for the sake of the ratings. How can Sunnie come out shining? With social media, is it even possible to come out sunny side up?



Effortless

by Marina Raydun

At 28, Helen longs to be effortless. Jamie looks it. Breaking a long-standing engagement, Helen at once knows what she has to do. She follows this enchanting stranger across the Atlantic, hoping to find more than temporary shelter and a distraction from her seemingly crumbling life when she gets there. Inevitably, the road for the two proves to be bumpier than Helen had ever imagined it could be. Along the way, she stumbles across unexpected discoveries about herself, as well as those in her life she’s always thought she knew best.



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