3 Free Kindle Books: Christian Fiction

September 20, 2012

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The Dead SaintThe Dead Saint
by Marilyn Brown Oden
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It begins with a single gunshot, and Bishop Lynn Peterson watches in horror as a good friend, who is a member of the New Orleans Saints, collapses on the street.

When a medal the player wore – a medal Lynn had promised to return to the man’s family – disappears, Lynn is thrust into a suspenseful and fast-moving journey through four assassinations, an attempt on her life, conflicts with a mysterious and ancient society, and a behind-the-scenes conspiracy that reaches all the way to the White House.

The turbulent, unstoppable intrigue challenges Lynn mentally, physically, and spiritually as she engages in a desperate battle with an opponent who is just as determined to kill as Lynn is to stop him even though she has no idea where – or who – he will strike next.

The Fence My Father BuiltThe Fence My Father Built
by Linda S. Clare
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In The Fence My Father Built, when legally separated Muri Pond, a librarian, hauls her kids, teenage Nova and eleven year-old Truman, out to the tiny town of Murkee, Oregon, where her father, Joe Pond lived and died, she’s confronted by a neighbor’s harassment over water rights and Joe’s legacy: a fence made from old oven doors.

The fence and accompanying house trailer horrify rebellious Nova, who runs away to the drug-infested streets of Seattle. Muri searches for her daughter and for something to believe in, all the while trying to save her inheritance from the conniving neighbor who calls her dad Chief Joseph. Along with Joe’s sister, Aunt Lutie, and the Red Rock Tabernacle Ladies, Muri must rediscover the faith her alcoholic dad never abandoned in order to reclaim her own spiritual path.

The Big 5-OH!The Big 5-OH!
by Sandra D. Bricker
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Olivia Wallace has a birthday curse…or so she thinks.

It was a broken heart on her 16th, a car accident on her 21st, pneumonia on her 30th, and a fall down a flight of stairs on her 35th. There were Ohio blizzards on her 38th, 39th, and 40th; and six days before her 45th, she lost the love of her life to a heart attack. Numbing grief stole that birthday and a couple more to follow and, on the morning of her 48th birthday, she received the call she’d dreaded ever since losing her mom so many years ago…she was diagnosed with stage-3 ovarian cancer. The doctors didn’t hold out a lot of hope, but Liv survived and maintained her faith. Months of surgeries and chemotherapy and radiation treatments followed. But now, as her 50th birthday creeps up the icy Ohio path toward her, her hair has grown back, her energy level is up, and she is officially cancer free. It makes her nervous. After everything she’s gone through, Liv hates the idea of driving on icy roads and returning to work as an O.R. nurse in a local Cincinnati hospital. Her best friend Hallie knows just the thing to break Liv out of the winter doldrums, while providing a safe haven of warmth, sunshine, and a time to regroup: a holiday in the Florida sunshine!

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Donna Lancaster Newby September 20, 2012 at 6:26 pm

The Fence My Father Built is a very good book.

Gwenn Clark September 20, 2012 at 6:46 pm

thanks for all the wonderful books.

Susan Faloon September 20, 2012 at 6:56 pm

The Big 5-Oh and all of her books are entertaining reads.

Eulah Campbell Perdue September 20, 2012 at 7:42 pm

I have read "The Fence My Father Built"…Good book…

Lorrie Hostetter Deal September 20, 2012 at 8:06 pm

Thanks for the great books! Love them all!

Carrie Munson September 20, 2012 at 8:21 pm

very good site!

Bill Hayes September 20, 2012 at 8:44 pm

The Fence My Father Built…..recommended.

Judy Vulgamott September 20, 2012 at 11:08 pm

thank you again.

John Debbie Sturdefant September 20, 2012 at 11:15 pm

Thank you.

Sue Pernu September 21, 2012 at 12:44 am

I LOVE YOUR SELECTIONS Thank you so much.

Charlotte Weaver September 21, 2012 at 11:37 pm

The Fence My Father Built.
Is a great book!

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