Fiction Books Free
Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.
EPUB is an e-book file format that uses the “.epub” file extension. The term is short for electronic publication and is sometimes styled ePub. EPUB is supported by many e-readers, and compatible software is available for most smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Afghanistan in Flames by Eric Meyer
When insurgents destroy a refinery, the owners, multi-national corporation Afgas, face bankruptcy. CEO Adnan Kovac devises a scheme to bring the dollars flooding back into the country. He needs a war which will plunge the country into chaos and suck in the major world powers. Their reaction is always the same, to send vast sums of foreign aid money. Money he can use to rebuild his refinery, along with the planeloads of troops to protect it.
A Bllind Eye by George Fong
A Blind Eye is a story of finding truth through the lies of suspects, witnesses, and those unwilling to help. Paris fights his own demons in his relentless drive to uncover the secrets within this tight-lipped community, find the missing tourist before winter takes them. Or a killer does.
Wraithkin by Jason Cordova
How far would a man go to protect those he loved? For Gabriel Espinoza, the answer was simple: to the ends of the universe. When a failed genetic test ruins his life, Gabriel and his fiancée prepare to run to a world where the laws aren’t as strict. There they could remain, in peace, for the remainder of their days, their love unspoiled by the strict regime which controls the Dominion of Man.
Worldwaker by Dean F. Wilson
Every victory is its own defeat. General Rommond’s efforts to amass technological superiority over the enemy has resulted in the creation of a weapon that could destroy everything, and a faction just mad enough to use it. The Armageddon Brigade has awoken from its deep slumber, and it seeks to wake the world with it.
Woman in Shadow by Carrie Stuart Parks
Carrie Stuart Parks combines her expertise as a forensic artist with her ability to craft a gripping story in this page-turning web of light and shadow. A woman off the grid. Darby Graham thinks she’s on a much-needed vacation in remote Idaho to relax. But before she even arrives at the ranch, an earthquake strikes—her first clue that something is amiss. Then when a cabin on the edge of town is engulfed in flames and problems at the ranch escalate, Darby finds herself immersed in a chilling mystery. A town on fire.
Witchy Whiskers by Danielle Garrett
Have you ever wished your cat could talk to you? If so, allow my story to be your cautionary tale. My life was going just fine by most standards. I ran a successful business in a tight-knit magical community, and lived just blocks from a beautiful lake and series of hiking trails. Then Selene showed up. According to some magical code I inherit my aunt’s ancient familiar; a grumpy ten-pound cat with a broken filter.
What a Country by Paul Kirby
Her Majesty’s Government of the United Kingdom has put members of the British gangster society in charge of a terrorist initiative—mainly to protect their own interests. Their target? An ISIS cell built for one purpose only: chaos, death, and destruction. A Scotland Yard Inspector must now persuade Joey Dell and his West London boys that this proposal is their patriotic duty.
Twelve Hours To Destiny by John Glasby
Chao Lin is a well respected business man in Hong Kong. But he is also a spy for the British Intelligence Service. After gathering as much information from his sources in China he reports back to Britain through a weekly transmission. Steve Carradine also works for the British Intelligence Service and is highly unimpressed when he is recalled from a rare holiday for an urgent mission. When Chao Lin is kidnapped by the Chinese Intelligence Service – the Red Dragon- Carradine is flown out to Hong Kong with little more than Lin’s name as a lead to try and rescue him.
The Scholar and the Scot by Caroline Lee
Olive L’arbre has a brilliant mind but poor vision, mostly of herself. While at Fangfoss Manor with her dearest friends, and a batch of eligible (if not entirely desirable) gentlemen, Olive believes none of them could ever be as interested in her, or her recent paper on Roman architecture, as she is in the latest edition of Journal of the Society of Archaeology. Certainly, none of them could possibly hold her attention better than the daring exploits of her favorite (and likely fictitious) explorer.
The Edge of Infinity by M.R. Forbes
SERIES FINALE! A new beginning… A final battle for the fate of humankind… A future on the edge of infinity… Colonel Mitchell “Ares” Williams has been through it all, the story of his life an eternity in the making. He’s brought the starship Goliath back home in a shrewd maneuver that could turn the tide of a war that he has fought beyond forever, restoring those that were lost and giving him a second chance to change the fate of humankind.
The Disappearance by Annabel Kantaria
In a family built on lies, who can you trust? Audrey Bailey will never forget the moment she met Ralph Templeton in the sweltering heat of a Bombay café. Her lonely life over, she was soon married with two small children.
Snap by Belinda Bauer
A teenage boy hunts for his mother’s killer in this Man Booker Prize-longlisted novel by “the true heir to the great Ruth Rendell” (Mail on Sunday, UK). Just before Jack’s mother disappeared up the road to get help, she put the eleven-year-old boy in charge of his two sister. As they wait for her on the shoulder of the road in their stifling, broken-down car, the three children bicker, whine and play I-Spy.
Sky Queen by Andrew Hall
Survivor. Savage. Sovereign. A lone woman crosses the stars, in search of a tribe to belong to. Stranded on a wild ancient world, Tabitha finds herself fighting tooth and claw to survive an alien wilderness and the coming winter. Tested to the limits of her endurance, she finds that her evolution is far from over. Back in the ruins of New York, an unhinged mutation butchers his world’s invaders.
Runic Revelation by Clayton Taylor Wood
Runic Revelation is the second book in the Runic series, a contemporary epic fantasy series set in the world of Doma, where magical engineers called Runics rule the land. They are equaled in power only by Weavers, men and women that can manipulate the very fabric of the universe with their wills. A week has passed since the Empire was nearly destroyed by the dark god Xanos.
Operation Black Key by Kim Hughes
GET INSIDE THE MIND OF A REAL LIFE BOMB DISPOSAL EXPERT Left reeling from the disappearance of his daughter and ex-wife, Staff Sergeant Dom Riley is a haunted man. After spending months investigating, he has exhausted nearly all leads in his hunt for answers. As Riley decides to make one final push for the truth, it emerges that multiple bombs are on board a civilian cruise ship and he is sent in to neutralise the threat.
Necessary Doubt by Colin Wilson
Several extremely rich men have died under suspicious circumstances, and Karl Zweig, a professor of philosophy, has reason to suspect they were murdered by his former student, Gustav Neumann, a brilliant young man who had once espoused the desire to become a master criminal. When he observes Neumann in the company of Sir Timothy Ferguson, a wealthy and sick old baronet, Zweig believes he may soon be Neumann’s next victim.
Murder of Magpies by Judith Flanders
It’s just another day at the office for London book editor Samantha “Sam” Clair. Checking jacket copy for howlers, wondering how to break it to her star novelist that her latest effort is utterly unpublishable, lunch scheduled with gossipy author Kit Lowell, whose new book will dish the juicy dirt on a recent fashion industry scandal. Little does she know the trouble Kit’s book will cause—before it even goes to print.
Loving A Mountain Man by M.K. Moore
Plaid MacCleary Living in the mountains is in my blood. Leaving Scotland was hard, but I’ve gotten used to the solitude. A fierce need for a drink changed my life. Raleigh Jones Lost in the woods, I thought I would die until an ax-wielding psycho with a sexy accent comes to my rescue. Can you get Stockholm Syndrome in New York? Welcome to the Catskills, you’ll never want to leave. This is a safe, over-the-top instalove from M.K. Moore.
Love’s Dwelling by Kelly Irvin
The first in a new Amish romance series set in Kansas, Love’s Dwelling reminds us that family is more than what you are born into; it’s who you choose as well. Cassie Yoder loves her job as a housekeeper for elderly couple Job and Dinah Keim. Their only children, a son and daughter, left the Haven, Kansas, district and their faith more than twenty years earlier with no contact.
Harbor Lights by Theodore Weesner
By the sea in Southern Maine, lobster fisherman Warren Hudon is told his life is going to end. For the past several years, Warren has lived a reclusive life, barely holding on to his bitter, loveless marriage of convenience. But as an aggressive cancer rapidly swallows his body, he finds himself questioning the life he has chosen.
Eagle in the Sky by Wilbur Smith
A thriller which combines both combat action and romance to tell the story of a rich jet fighter pilot, who becomes involved in Israel’s war for national survival, after he falls in love with a beautiful Israeli writer.
Drawing Dead by Andrew Vachss
Even the deadliest gangs in Chicagoland fear the Cross Crew, and carefully avoid their cinderblock bunker headquarters: Red 71 is well known as the last place you’d want to go . . . unless you’re willing to risk it being the last place you ever go. The Crew is notorious for its ruthless efficiency and cold-blooded cunning.
Death of a Coupon Queen by Jenna Harte
Sophie Parker’s life is looking up. She’s getting along with her curmudgeonly great-aunt, dating a hot airplane repo man, working part-time at the library telling fairy tales, that is until she finds her coupon queen mentor dead with coupon shears in her neck.
Death in Kashmir by M.M. Kaye
Written by celebrated author M. M. Kaye, Death in Kasmir is a wonderfully evocative mystery … When young Sarah Parrish takes a skiing vacation to Gulmarg, a resort nestled in the mountains above the fabled Vale of Kashmir, she anticipates an entertaining but uneventful stay. But when she discovers that the deaths of two in her party are the result of foul play, she finds herself entrusted with a mission of unforeseen importance. And when she leaves the ski slopes for the Waterwitch, a private houseboat on the placid shores of the Dal Lake near Srinagar, she discovers to her horror that the killer will stop at nothing to prevent Sarah from piecing the puzzle together.
Children of Jade by Morgan Cole
Rufyllys Vergana, the usurper, has stolen the throne from his adopted brother, Prince Ilruyn, plunging the empire of Navessea into civil war. The very first casualty of that war: Karthtag-Kal Sandaros, Marilia’s father. With the help of Ben Espeleos, Prince of Svartennos, Marilia has sworn to bring the usurper and the rest of her father’s killers to justice…including her own traitorous brother, Annuweth, now serving as the usurper’s right hand. Annuweth has sworn an oath of his own—to protect his wife and their unborn child from the forces who mean to destroy them.
Childhood Dream by Theresa Paolo
His dream just became a reality… Now what? After drinking one too many glasses of champagne at a wedding and sleeping with her best friend’s younger brother, Krissy Turner, does everything in her power to forget about the curly haired sex god. But after her business is vandalized, he offers his services to help paint the place and in return she agrees to sit for him as a portrait model.
Carrion by Betsy Reavley
When you think you’ve lost everything, what else is there left to lose? After surviving a fatal accident Monica is left wondering what happened to her life. Why did the car crash and why is she being haunted by a crow? Unable to remember the events that led to that fateful day and plagued by frightening visions Monica is determined to get some answers. But sometimes the truth is best left buried.
As I Am by David B. Jai
Like any other child, Darnell Williams is trying to find love and acceptance. After being molested by a family member and nearly beaten to death by his father for having feminine tendencies, Darnell learns to bury his conflicting feelings about love, sexuality, family and God.
Aftermath by Carl Frode Tiller
The Encircling Trilogy comes thundering to a close as the man at the center is revealed The final book in Carl Frode Tiller’s groundbreaking Encircling Trilogy is here. In Barbara Haveland’s powerful translation, two new letters circle closer than ever to David, who allegedly lost his memory. One is from Marius, who has led the life of wealth and privilege that David was meant to live.
A Bit of Rough by Jackie Barbosa
Lucas Delgado Guerrero’s skin is too brown for him to feel truly at home in England but returning to Mexico, which he scarcely remembers, is hardly a choice. So he remains in London, publishing an illegal newspaper devoted to reformist and revolutionary causes. One of his most popular writers is the intriguing and mysterious Polly Dicax, who delivers sharp, witty screeds by messenger every week. At twenty-five, Lady Honora Pearce is too busy writing seditious treatises to pay much attention to men.