- Today’s 15 Best Free Kindle Books (February 11, 2014) – 2014-02-11 11:44:29-05
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- Kick Your Fat in the Nuts by T.C. Hale 
- How To Save Money: A 21-Day Challenge To Save $500/Month by Bob Lotich 
- Transformative Travel in Nepal: Fulfilling a Dream in the Himalayas by Kate Benzin 
- Surviving an American Gulag by Edward D. Patterson 
- Marvin’s Book: The Story of a Professor and a Promise by M. Soldani Lemon 
- The Murder of Yasser Arafat by Matthew Kalman and Matt Rees 
- Donor Girl: A Story of Living Kidney Donation by Lilli D. Adams 
- When Women Were Warriors Book I: The Warrior’s Path by Catherine M. Wilson (Medieval fantasy) 
- Itsy Bitsy Spider (Emma Frost #1) by Willow Rose (Murder mystery) 
- Origins by Mark Henrikson (Alternative history/Techno-fantasy) 
- Back On The Road To Key West by Michael Reisig (Adventure/Humor) 
- The Mystery Box: The Mystery Book Collection by Eva Pohler (Mystery) 
- The Edge of Death: (Sequel to ADRENALINE) by John Benedict (Medical thriller) 
- Ambrose Fountain by Brian Sieve (Literary horror) 
- The Tales of Tim Hurtletuta – New Beginnings by Matthew James Wilkins (Literary fiction) 
TODAY’S NON-FREE DEALS ON AMAZON
Note that many of these deals are this price for today only, so act fast.
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Note: All of these books were free when listed but that can change rapidly. Double-check before you buy to make sure it really is free. All books are available in the US, but availability will vary widely from country to country. The number in brackets [ ] is the number of reviews the book currently has on Amazon. fkb.me is usually updated at least every couple days, though never on Sundays.