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Miracles: 32 True Stories – Free from Amazon Kindle Store

Miracles: 32 True Stories by Joanie Hileman is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 11 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/zATWy4 into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Non-Fiction / Religion

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

A dying child counts angels in her room. A teenage boy stuns doctors by recovering from a massive brain injury. A bubble of protection surrounds a man about to be hit by a car…These miraculous accounts and twenty-nine more are recorded in Miracles: 32 True Stories.

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Band of Sisters

Band of Sisters: American Women at War in Iraq by Kirsten Holmstedt is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 38 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/xZSEOy into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Non-Fiction / Military History

In Iraq, the front lines are everywhere . . . and everywhere in Iraq, no matter what their job descriptions say, women in the U.S. military are fighting–more than 155,000 of them. A critical and commercial success in hardcover, Band of Sisters presents a dozen groundbreaking and often heart-wrenching stories of American women in combat in Iraq, such as the U.S.’s first female pilot to be shot down and survive, the military’s first black female pilot in combat, a young turret gunner defending convoys, and a nurse struggling to save lives, including her own.

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13 Free Books in Amazon Kindle Store

Amazon has released 13 books for free this morning and, rather than a separate post on each, I am putting them all together in one post categorized by genre.  As usual, I don’t know how long these will be offered for free – it could be just hours or as long as weeks – so, if you are interested in any or all of them please grab them now!

 

Business

A Practical Guide to Risk Management by Thomas S. Coleman – click here or type in http://amzn.to/rLhAGb into your computer’s web browser.

 

Children / Young Adult

City of the Falling Sky by Joseph Evans has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 17 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/ngXhXV into your computer’s web browser.

eBully by Dave Conifer has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 13 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/puebV0

The Quill Pen by Michelle Isenhoff – click here or type in http://amzn.to/rH2h5H

 

Education

Change.edu: Rebooting for the New Talent Economy by Andrew S. Rosen has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 19 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/tIoqRh

 

Horror

Winds of Change by Jason Brannon has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 6 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/siRLDx

Ripper’s Row by Donnie Light and Shawn Weaver has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 7 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/sSrhlD

 

Mystery

Touring the Afterlife by Nancy Frederick – click here or type in http://amzn.to/smMEds

Expedition Force II by Tomas Braun – click here or type in http://amzn.to/vAhzqv

 

Non-Fiction

Gabby…All About Me by Lee Carey has received an average user rating of 4 out of 5 stars based on 10 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/nTjfqU

 

Romance

The Trouble with Spells by Lacey Weatherford has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 41 customer reviews – click here or type in http://amzn.to/vAYP8P

 

Science Fiction

Judgement by Fergus Bannon – click here or type in http://amzn.to/vUWuOR

 

Travel

All Things Austria by Andre Kasberger – click here or type in http://amzn.to/pJPUVV

 

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Broadmoor Revealed Free from Amazon Kindle Store

Broadmoor Revealed: Victorian Crime and the Lunatic Asylum by Mark Stevens is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and you can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/nQMuTl into your computer’s web browser.

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Broadmoor Revealed gives the reader a glimpse behind the walls of England’s first Criminal Lunatic Asylum.

Focused on the Victorian period, the book tells the stories of some of the hospital’s best-known patients. There is Edward Oxford, who shot at Queen Victoria, and Richard Dadd, the brilliant artist and murderer of his father. There is also William Chester Minor, the surgeon from America who killed a stranger in London, and then played a key part in creating the world’s finest dictionary. Finally, there is Christiana Edmunds, ‘The Chocolate Cream Poisoner’ and frustrated lover.

To these four tales are added new ones, previously unknown. There were five women who went on to become mothers in Broadmoor, giving birth to life when three of them had previously taken it. Then there were the numerous escapes, actual and attempted, as the first doctors tried to assert control over their residents.

These are stories from the edge of where true crime meets mental illness. Broadmoor Revealed recounts what life was like for the criminally insane, over one hundred years ago.

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