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- How to be Rich: The Couple’s Guide to a Rich Life Without Worrying About Money by Chuck Rylant 
- SteamDrunks: 101 Steampunk Cocktails and Mixed Drinks by Chris-Rachel Oseland 
- Become an Expatriate-Retire to Sonora, Mexico (Retire to: San Carlos, Puerto Penasco, Rocky Point, Kino Bay, Alamos) by George Puckett and Robin Miller 
- No Brand Is an Island by Robert D. Smith 
- Common Sense Horsemanship: A Safe And Simple Approach To Riding Horses by Shelly Ingram 
- Clients From Hell 2: A collection of anonymously-contributed client horror stories from designers by Bryce Bladon 
- The Fringe Worlds (The Human Chronicles – Book One) by T.R. Harris (Science fiction) 
- The Big Bend by Gary Showalter (Thriller) 
- Dead, but Not for Long by Matthew Kinney and Lesa Anders (Zombies) 
- Gated by Matt Drabble (Horror) 
- The Loch Ness Legacy: Tyler Locke 4 by Boyd Morrison (Technothriller) 
- The Battered Heiress Blues by Laurie Van Dermark (Contemporary drama/Romance) 
- City of Beads: Tubby Dubonnet Series #2 (The Tubby Dubonnet Series) by Tony Dunbar (Hard-boiled mystery) 
- Sourdough Wars: Rebecca Schwartz #2 by Julie Smith (Cozy mystery/Humor) 
TODAY’S NON-FREE DEALS ON AMAZON
Note that many of these deals are this price for today only, so act fast.
- Again, today Amazon has a bunch of Kindle books as part of the Daily Deal. Check them out here.
- Today’s non-ebook daily deal is 50% off Select Learning Resources Toys.
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.