Free science fiction Kindle books for 09 Jul 18

Rogue Stars: 8 Novels of Space Exploration and Adventure

by C. Gockel

Sometimes you have to go Rogue …

Jump into eight full-length novels exploring the last great frontier. Rogue Stars has alien invasions, artificial intelligence, galactic intrigue, and heroes that will defy orders to do what is right.

Blast off to new worlds. Download this collection today.

About the Books:

Archangel Down – C. Gockel
Commander Noa Sato doesn’t believe in aliens. She’s wrong. In the face of genocide she must hatch a daring plan with a ragtag crew to save the lives of millionsâ??and her own. Every step of the way she is haunted by the final words of a secret transmission: The archangel is down.

Betrayal – Pippa DaCosta
She is programmed to kill. He’ll do anything to survive.
In a world where only one thousand synthetics were built, synthetic #1001 should not exist. She is no ordinary synth and the memories locked inside her code could bring the entire Nine systems, an ex-con Captain Caleb Shepperd, to their knees.

Quantum Tangle – Chris Reher
A deep cover agent fights to keep the enemy as well as his own people from taking control of a strange alien that has invaded his ship, his mind and his life. It’s high adventure in deep space where the voices inside your head are all too real.

Starshine – G. S. Jennsen
Space is vast and untamed, and it holds many secrets. Now two individuals from opposite ends of settled space are on a collision course with the darkest of those secrets, even as the world threatens to explode around them.

The Luna Deception – Felix R. Savage
Who said geeks can’t fight? John Mendoza is a data analyst stuck in a boring job on the Moon. His life changes when he’s recruited to fight humanity’s nemesis, an AI based on Mars. But soon he discovers a seamy underside to the plot. They’re targeting Mercury for its rich resources â?¦ and the woman Mendoza loves is there.

Hard Duty – Mark E. Cooperâ?©
In the far future, nanotechnology will be all that keeps us alive in a brutal war with the Merkiaari. Into this war-torn galaxy a courageous Marine, an alien geneticist, and a broken hero will unite in common cause to oppose the coming onslaught.

Ambassador 1 – Patty Jansen
In Coldi society, you can get killed for looking a superior in the eye. Never mind accusing him of murder.

Lunar Discovery – Salvador Mercer
Alien technology has been discovered on the moon, and NASA scientist, Richard “Rock” Crandon must lead a desperate race to get there before America’s rivals. But it isn’t just the fate of Earth that is at stake in this exciting adventure.



The Dark Messiah (The Second Dark Ages Book 1)

by Michael Anderle

Michael returns to fulfill a promise to his love, but the world isn’t the same place.

Michael, the Archangel himself, has returned after a hundred and fifty years rejuvenating in the Etheric Dimension.  

Now, the most powerful male Vampire the world had ever known is back.

The problem?  The world went through an Apocalypse and what little honor and justice that previously existed, is gone. Further, his love has left to the stars somewhere, fighting for those on Earth.

Now, Michael has to figure out where he is, where he needs to go, help those who need help and figure out how to follow in his love’s path. Because if there is one thing that Honor Demands, it is that he make good on his promise to Bethany Anne.

Those feeding themselves on the backs of others have very little time to realize an important fact.

This Dark Messiah has little compunction about killing.

** As noted in other series set in the Kurtherian Universe, there IS cursing in this book, occasionally, it’s funny, too. **



The Smell – A Post Apocalyptic Thriller (ROT SERIES Book 1)

by Damon Hunter

A disease called the rot has spread to the United States, leading to a quarantine being imposed on most of California. Victims react in different ways. Most become like zombies, wandering about aimlessly unless they come across someone to bite and spread the disease. Others become aggressive and animal like. Rarer are those who seem to immune.

Eric Vance of the newly formed Tactical Medical Response Team is one of the immune. He is trapped in San Francisco awaiting rescue after a doomed mission into the Quarantined California left him and two others stranded. He learns his ex wife, Donna and teenage daughter, Katelin are trapped in a newly quarantine part of Southern California. Knowing they are trouble he makes plans to leave his post and go help them.

Donna and Katelin are not waiting around for help. They fall in with a motley bunch of survivors and try to fight their way out, but the rot is much more pervasive and deadly than they could have anticipated.

To complicate matters roaming the wasteland collecting the immune and processing them into samples to study is mad TMRT scientist Dr. Talbot. Even if Vance and his family can survive the rot Talbot has other sinister plans for them.



Dead Directs

by Girish Dani

Is there global energy crisis?
Is Nuclear energy an answer?
For Nuclear energy-NGOs against Government and corporations, who will win?
Can alternative sources of energy solve all problems?
Do corporates earn and will earn more in all energy projects?
Are international mafia part of energy market?
Can corporates and mafia reach to new low for profits in energy field?
Can a routine post-mortem by a smart, intelligent, honest, ethical, associate professor in post-mortem department of one of the government hospitals of Mumbai lead to bursting such racket?
Does Mahabharat of evil v/s good ever end? Does might and money of few v/s honesty & sincerity of few ever end?
Let the battles of war start.



Domani (Outer Ring Series Book 1)

by Carolyn Gross

Lulu knew the people of Dalia deserved to live in darkness. The knowledge existed in her bones as surely as she knew that the flames were coming to end their existence.

She stood hidden in the crowd gathered before the steps of the Sanctuary as she did every day to hear the doyen speak. The doyen spoke of hope in a world shrouded in darkness by the enormous gas planet spinning above it. That planet protected Dalia from the raging fires of a sun positioned too close to sustain life. But their protector planet was shifting away from them and the shadow that once sheltered them was disappearing.

The doyen normally told calming sermons to a beleaguered and frightened people, but this time was different. He would tell them that their destruction was assured. Before he could, he would have to survive an assassination attempt.

Lulu was the only one who could see it.

The strength and power Lulu discovers about herself will place her at the head of a massive uprising that will span across an entire galaxy. Will she become the catalyst needed to destroy the empire that created her?



A Matt Ransom Thanksgiving: A Matt Ransom Story

by Bobby Underwood

This warm and lovely Matt Ransom holiday edition has Matt and LeAnn traveling to Miami to share Thanksgiving with their friends. On arrival, they discover that Edna Bascomb has invited everyone to spend Thanksgiving with her. Providing Stacy with a map and careful instructions on how to get there, without revealing exactly where they’re going, the journey by train and then by foot will prove to be a magical prelude to the most memorable Thanksgiving Matt has ever had. Taking place after the events of The Gentle Tide but before those of The Lovely Harbor, A Matt Ransom Thanksgiving is a short but poignant treasure in the Matt Ransom canon. Filling in a chronological gap for fans of this unique series, readers will smile one moment and feel just a bit melancholy the next at the foreshadowing of events yet to come in the series. A short but very special treat as fans of Matt and LeAnn spend a warm and memorable Thanksgiving with all their friends.



War of the Dead (Killing the Dead Book 13)

by Richard Murray

The world has fallen. Humanity has retreated to small enclaves while the undead stalk the land. In the largest of those places, on an island just off the Scottish coast, the largest number of those survivors have gathered. Plagued by a seemingly endless list of new problems each day, they sit on their island, paralyzed into inaction.

When Lily returns, bringing her lover and one time serial killer, Ryan, along with the cult of the dead that he has gathered around himself, change will come. Whether with blood and death or softly spoken words, change must arrive. For there are greater dangers in the world as more Reapers arise, gathering armies of the zombies around them to war upon each other and the few remaining humans too.

The war of the dead has begun and the only hope of humanity have a new challenge brewing that may test their relationship in a way they had never expected.

This is the first book in the third season of the Killing the Dead series.



Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial

by Stephen Davis

If you like courtroom drama in the style of John Grisham, you’ll want to read this book. If you ever knew someone with AIDS or HIV, you need to read this book. If you still believe the government and the FDA are protecting you against deadly diseases and dangerous drugs, you must read this book!

“WRONGFUL DEATH: The AIDS Trial” is a work of fiction based on fact: the true story behind the government lies and incompetence, gross medical malpractice, and unbridled greed by a drug company that caused our American AIDS epidemic and cost 300,000 lives in just ten years.

Follow along with attorney Benjamin Messick and health reporter Sarah Meadows in this class-action lawsuit as they expose the man who claims to have discovered the cause of AIDS, Dr. Robert Gallo. Dr. Gallo announced to the world at a press conference on April 23, 1984 that a virus later to be called HIV was the culprit. Unfortunately, Dr. Gallo’s peers were never given the chance to prove his theories, and still can’t to this day.

In the last twenty years, Dr. Gallo has been exposed as nothing more than a common criminal, a thief, and a liar. He finally admitted he had stolen the AIDS virus from a French researcher. He also stole another virus from the Japanese. He lied on his patent application for the HIV blood test. A congressional investigation found Dr. Gallo guilty of “intellectual recklessness of a high degree,” and the Office of Research Integrity of the Department of Health and Human Services found Dr. Gallo guilty of scientific misconduct and called some of Dr. Gallo’s key AIDS research, “of dubious scientific merit” and “really crazy.” As one German scientist put it, Dr. Gallo is “an American scientific gangster who has committed so many crass, self-aggrandizing blundersâ?¦that he could not really be relied upon to tell the time correctly.”

Attorney Messick questions a number of witnesses who all agree with 2700 of the world’s leading doctors and medical researchers today, including Nobel Prize winners in chemistry and medicine and members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, that HIV cannot cause AIDS. At the end of the book you’ll find out what actually DOES cause AIDS.

The testimony in this court case finally discloses that in the decade from 1987 to 1997, three-hundred-thousand Americans (mostly homosexual men) died NOT from some horrible disease they caught from a virus, but as a result of taking the very drug they were told would cure them. Urged on by their doctors, parents, families and loved-ones, these HIV-positives took AZT, a drug originally designed and created in 1964 to kill cancer cells, but never approved because it was found to be far too toxic to a human body.

Read the testimony of witness after witness – all based on over 900 actual medical and scientific research papers and reports – that when the FDA finally approved AZT for the treatment of AIDS in 1987, it began causing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; and every person who took it – healthy or not at the time – would die within three years from one of many different opportunistic diseases. Be prepared for the anger and outrage you will feel when you realize that hundreds of thousands of innocent women and children are still being murdered today in Africa with AZT, simply because they have been declared to be HIV-positive, while the drug company rakes in billions of dollars in profits.

The question remains: After 30 years and 300 billion dollars, why don’t we have a cure or a vaccine for AIDS? The witnesses in this court case provide the only answer that makes any sense: We have the wrong cause.

“I enjoyed the book. It read like a cross between a John Grisham legal thriller and an informative scientific treatise on AIDS.”- D.D. Steele, attorney

“Congratulations Mr. Davis, you actually pulled it off and created a legitimate page-turner from the debacle of HIV/AIDS.”- Harvey Bialy, author



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