Free literary fiction Kindle books for 09 Oct 18

The Yemen Connection (An MP-5 CIA Series Thriller Book 4)

by M.H. Sargent

A Yemeni Terrorist’s Bold Plan That Will Be More Catastrophic Than Any America Has Seen

A very wealthy Yemen businessman is in a bind: his adult son has been arrested in Saudi Arabia for drug trafficking, an offense that could lead to a life sentence.

A Yemeni terrorist has a bold plan that will make 9/11 look like child’s play, killing thousands of Americans tourists in one fell swoop. But he has a problem. The plan costs money. A lot of money. And his financier has just been arrested.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Can The MP-5 CIA Team Stop The Terrorist Before It’s Too Late?

M.H. Sargent’s MP-5 CIA team wants to know what that plan is, and stop it. So, they have a simple solution: blackmail the businessman. If he poses as a jihadist sympathizer willing to fund the terrorist, thereby giving the CIA team details of the terror plot, his son receives a get-out-of-jail free card.

Of course, you know what happens with the best laid plans…

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The Astronomer’s Pig

by Rosanne Dingli

Emotional hunger, lustful appetites, starvation of affection, or sheer gluttony drives characters as diverse as the only daughter of a widow, and an astronomer shunned by a village of sceptics.

This collection of succulent fiction accompanied by recipes contains awarded and published stories in which locations and characters vary. From humorous to mysterious, exotic to commonplace, endearing to distinctly off-putting; always concerned with food and eating.

A daydreaming lonely woman, a bachelor jolted out of his routines and habits. They seem soothed, calmed, or bewildered by food and cooking. The international flavour of the locations and recipes will add distinction and interest to your reading.

All the Wrong Places

by Rosanne Dingli

Rosanne Dingli’s sensual poetry focuses on emotion. Her sense of location and occasion explores impressions prompted by a lifetime of changes and shifts to different places.

The 90 poems imbibe some of the more challenging aspects of life with a tongue-in-cheek defiance.

Many of the poems in this collection have been awarded or published in literary journals, supplements, and anthologies.

Lost Children

by Christopher Hart

Four English medical students in Central America – young, idealistic, and longing to help out.

This is no easy destination, with its crime and corruption, street gangs, drug lords and endemic violence. And when full-scale civil war threatens to erupt, the young idealists wisely head home – all except the enigmatic Nicholas, who has already fallen in love with his adoptive family, with their peaceful village life in the highlands, with this whole, chaotic, spellbinding country of flowers and fiestas, cloud forests and butterflies, earthquakes and volcanoes. 

But tragedy will come even to this tranquil valley, and when his family is rent apart, he embarks upon a terrifying journey to find a little girl lost, and a dark odyssey into the teeming, infernal city.

A thrilling, haunting and deeply moving tour-de-force, Lost Children is an unforgettable story of privilege and poverty, First World and Third, ideals and realities – and the longing of the lost child for a family … 

Bohermore (The Pirate Queen Book 1)

by Jennifer Rose McMahon

Meet Maeve. College Student. Treasure Hunter. Cursed.

When your dreams become reality, being cursed can be a real nightmare.

Like a punch in the face, eighteen-year-old Maeve O’Malley’s visions knock her off her path. The Pirate Queen stalking Maeve in her dreams killed her mother years ago, and now, the villain is coming for her. Maeve’s decision to ditch Boston College takes everyone by surprise as she packs her bags, leaves America, and heads to the west coast of Ireland to chase her dreams–and end them.

Maeve uncovers an ancient family curse that refuses to remain silent until she accepts her predestined role in what many thought was only a legend. Her Irish history professor–a man she shouldn’t be falling for–is the only person who understands the origins of her torment.

Maeve’s journey becomes a medieval treasure hunt through Ireland’s castles and ruins as she tracks the wrathful Pirate Queen who has her marked for vengeance.

“Excellent debut. Teen and adult readers alike will be clamoring for the sequel.” – Publishers Weekly Starred Review â??â??â??â??â??


Q: What inspired you to write BOHERMORE?
I wrote BOHERMORE after travelling to Ireland many times and becoming fascinated with its ancient history. I married an Irishman whom I met while studying abroad in Galway and we now live near Boston with our four teenage children and two dogs.
My grandparents immigrated to America in the early 1900’s and I first went to Ireland in search of their stories, hoping to make sense of my own. It was this personal journey that inspired the BOHERMORE Series.

Q: What books do you write?
I like to write magical realism and historical fiction. I’ve always been drawn to the idea of ghosts or being guided by ancestors and have had an unusual fascination with old cemeteries for as long as I can remember. My books are based on these genres.

  1. ROCKFLEET (prequel novella)
  2. BOHERMORE (book 1)
  3. INISH CLARE (book 2)
  4. BALLYCROY (book 3)

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