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- Dear Bob and Sue: One Couple’s Journey though the National Parks by Matt and Karen Smith 
- The View from Casa Chepitos: A Journey Beyond the Border by Judith Gille 
- COAL & COCA-COLA: Small Town USA 1949 by Linda G. Shelnutt 
- Slow Cooker Desserts by Chef Goodies 
- Learning To Play The Guitar – An Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Anthony Pell 
- AN INFORMAL HISTORY OF THE BANJO by Jim Jacquet 
- Kitty in the Car by Mary S. Frederick 
- Kingdom Keepers: Disney After Dark by Ridley Pearson (Middle-grade fantasy) 
- Across the Creek (Jesse & Sarah #1) by Jeremy Asher (Contemporary romance) 
- Skeeter: A Cat Tale by Anne L. Watson (Humor/Cats) 
- Talisman Of El (T.O.E. Trilogy, Book 1) by Alecia Stone (YA fantasy) 
- Advice of Counsel by Debra Trueman (Suspense) 
- LARP: The Battle for Verona by Justin Calderone (Action/Fantasy) 
- Nursing a Grudge (A Maternal Instincts Murder Mystery) by Diana Orgain (Murder mystery) 
- Matika and the River Lion by Latrice Simpkins (Literary fiction/Drama) 
- The Seedbearing Prince: Part I by DaVaun Sanders (Science fiction) 
- Innermost Demons by Jason Begey (Horror) 
TODAY’S NON-FREE DEALS ON AMAZON
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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.