I’ve received a lot of requests to highlight more of one particular genre or another – let’s say that’s science fiction. On the other hand, as an example, I receive a lot of requests to decrease the exposure to science fiction and increase the exposure on mysteries and thrillers.
In other words, everyone has a different favorite genre – and that’s great!
In each post of the various free book offers I try to provide a variety of different genres, as I realize everyone has different tastes. While there are certain genres I love, I know there are folks out there who absolutely wouldn’t stand to read the kinds of books I enjoy; the opposite is also true, as I know there are those of you who absolutely love paranormal tales about vampires – as one example – yet you would never catch me reading one of those (hasn’t that type of tale been overdone by everyone and their brother?).
For a new series of posts over the next few weeks, I’m just going to point you to the specific genre in the Amazon Kindle store where you can peruse to your heart’s content: some of the genres you may really like, and for the ones you don’t like rest assured there will always be another post down the road. I did something similar last week when I pointed out 650+ free children / young adult books in the Amazon Kindle store (you can click here or type in http://bit.ly/QjbjuY into your web browser to see that post again or in case you missed it).
All that being said, today’s focus is the free Kindle book offerings in the Mystery and Thrillers genre. I’ve created a special link where you can check out the listings of freebies in that category you can save to your web browser/s favorites / bookmarks as follows:
The number of books free in this (and any other) category change each hour and, just because you may click the link(s) above doesn’t mean each and every book listed will be free: if a price is showing, it may mean the price is (a) about to change to free and the Amazon server hasn’t caught up yet, (b) was free but is now back to “paid” status, or (c) any of 1,001 different reasons. The key thing to do is to carefully look at the price before you click the “buy” button on the Amazon website.
As I type up this post, there are a little over 600 free Kindle books in the mystery / thriller category with something for everyone from infants to even adults. If you have a moment, check them out!
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