If you love cozy mysteries then this collection of free and hot new release mystery books and audiobooks will whet your appetite for the weekend ahead.
Please be sure to double check that the free books are still free when you download them as the free promotions are for short periods only. If you see a book that you like that isn't free, then why not ask your local library to stock the book for you for free. You just need to request the ebook, audiobook, or print book for you and you can find the ASIN number in the product details on Amazon.
Free Books to Download
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Non-Cozy Mystery Free Books You Might Enjoy
Grab My Books for Free on Saturday Only
Heads up that my first two cozy mysteries 'Dead on Doughnuts' and 'Baa'd to the Bone' are now available to buy in hardback format if you want to start a new cozy collection. There's a special dedication inside for all of you amazing folks who have supported my writing and made Free Book Friday possible through being a patron or Kickstarter backer, so a very BIG hug and thank you to guys for making this author's dreams come true. I can't wait to be able to share new books with you very soon.
My Lake District Colouring Book
A few of you have asked me about my adult colouring book which I created a very long time ago when living in the Lake District. I used to walk around the lake at Rydal Water most days (where my romance Lake Love Found is based). Not the best colouring book in the world but I hope you'll enjoy it all the same.
Audiobooks That Are Discounted When You get the Ebook. These are Available for Free on Audible and From Your Local Library. Or Use the Free Audible Trial
Ebooks That Are Free with Kindle Unlimited, from Your Local Library, or with the Free Kindle Unlimited Trial
Hot New Releases That You Can Order for Free from Your Local Library. Some Are Also Available in Kindle Unlimited.
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A mysterious outbreak. Tourism under threat. Can Rynelle solve the case before it becomes a tropical hot zone?
Public Health Officer Rynelle Macleod loves keeping her Caribbean island pristine for visitors. But when a visiting billionaire is struck down with food poisoning, she has to cut her own vacation short to stop a nasty crisis. And she’s sure the skin-and-bones stalker who keeps hitting on her is actually a reporter sniffing out a dirty scoop.
NASA Astronaut Joe Johnson struggles to blend into the blue-water paradise. Secretly on an underwater mission, the ISS-stationed scientist is focused on avoiding people and pathogens and getting his gravity-laden body back into shape. But it’s the larger-than-life, germ-busting beauty he continually bumps into that’s making his heart work overtime.
Can the grime-fighting duo save the island from a septic catastrophe and give their love-infected hearts the all-clear?
Poisoned in Paradise is the first book in the feel-good Grime Fighter cozy mystery series. If you like entertaining mixups, quirky characters, and health-conscious hijinks, then you’ll adore Sarah Jane Weldon’s escape from reality.
Get to Know Me
Very sad news this week. Angela Madsen was hugely inspirational and supportive of my own ocean rowing adventures back in the day giving me advice and mentorship for Pacific Ocean and round Britain rowing. She was a great friend to so many people. She stopped responding on Sunday whilst on her second Pacific Ocean row having just celebrated her 60th birthday. There is a GoFundMe for anyone who would like to donate.
Madsen was a world-class rower, having twice crossed the Atlantic Ocean. She also competed at the Paralympic Beijing Games 2008 in rowing and at the 2012 London Games in shot put, earning a bronze medal. She competed again in shot put and also in javelin in Rio in 2016. Madsen was making her second attempt at a solo crossing of the Pacific, having rowed successfully from California to Hawaii with a partner in 2014.
“Angela brought unrivaled passion, joy and determination to the world, and we were the lucky ones to have her come into our lives as a member of the Paralympic family,” said Cathy Sellers, retired director of U.S. Paralympics Track & Field. “She was tireless in all that she did, but I always appreciated her advocacy for embracing all types of diversity in sport. She was committed to teaching and educating the next generation of Paralympic athletes and gave selflessly to mentor, coach and teach others.”
A Marine Corps veteran, Madsen became a paraplegic in 1993 during surgery on her back for a basketball injury. She lost her job and endured a period of homelessness in the 1990s. She discovered rowing in 1998 through an adaptive sports program, and by 2007 had completed her first trip across the Atlantic. She ran a non-profit adaptive rowing program in her hometown of Long Beach and was the founder of the California Adoptive Rowing Program.
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