Free historical fiction Kindle books for 21 Aug 18

Pilgrimage to Memphis

by Paul Hock

Elvis Presley had always been a 1950’s icon in Evan Jackson’s music. His love of singing Elvis songs led him to Charles Parker. The man was a former employee of Elvis and a member of the Memphis Mafia. The gift of a Cadillac to Charlie 1958 would change Evan’s life in ways he couldn’t imagine. It would take the young man on a mind-bending time travel adventure that included Elvis, Rock & Roll and Romance. A Pilgrimage to Memphis, Graceland, Germany, and Korea. Touring with Elvis and his entourage. All to save a romance that happened long ago. Elvis, Memphis and Rock & Roll.



Winter’s Song

by Roy Jenner

A large group of people of senior years reveal the secrets of their lifetimes. Read what brought them to Winter’s Song, a place for the aged and infirm, as they unlock their minds to reveal their personal stories of struggle and success on their journeys through the sensational 20th century. Personal tragedies and world wars left their marks on their hearts and minds. 
Life was good when we were young and we were never given reason to think otherwise, nor to consider the remote evolution of man such as late adult hood, retirement and futuristic conditions when the leaves would begin to fall from the tree of life. No way, that would be then and we were now and such things were too far away for the young and vital and not worthy of any thought. Old age was for old people, them not us; but how quickly the pages of the book of life turn before suddenly we find we are easing from the autumn of our lives and conceding to the comforting strains of winter’s song to find ourselves looking down and back. Then we are the ones confronted by the truth and the truth is, it does happen and has happened and is happening to us right now; it was happening to Adam Mulberry. Adam bore the label of old really well and had done so since being admitted to Winter’s Song Retirement Village four years earlier. Each of his aged companions had a story, an anthology of life experiences which piece by piece he had slowly extracted from them as respect and confidence grew. It had been hard at first, but gradually for many of them Adam had compiled a file in his laptop. Each was a walking history book which in some cases went back almost a full century and it excited him to know he had been accepted by them. With their permission he had converted that knowledge and documented in biographical detail, a series of short stories, cameos that depicted the change that had occurred in a dozen lifetimes on the converging trails that led people not known to each other to a common destination; Winter’s Song. These are their stories.



Heights of Freedom

by Abby Landis

Sam is the top red stripe of the first flag of the American colonies. There’s one problem: he’s afraid of heights! How will he make it through his first battle against the Redcoats?



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