Free Kindle eBooks: Crossing the Line, Food Drying and More

We have some of the best-selling FREE Kindle Books from Amazon here! The books include Food Drying,  Holiday Essential Oil, The Bone Orchard, Crossing the Lines and more.

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Food Drying by Kelly Kombs

The shriveled state of dehydrated vegetables may make them seem less appetizing than their fresh or frozen cousins at first glance. However, drying vegetables for later use is one of the oldest and easiest methods of food preservation.

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Holiday Essential Oil by Evelyn A. Lerner

For instance in the Cooking with Essential Oils chapter, I decided to not only cover Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s traditional foods but also Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and the Winter Solstice traditional foods! I also added some basic knowledge about each holiday, which I found so very interesting and hope you do to.

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The Bone Orchard by Daniel Judson

Caught up in a blood feud with Southampton’s chief of police, one-time PI Declan “Mac” MacManus must these days tread lightly. Working for minimum wage as a dishwasher, Mac is too busy making ends meet to find trouble—that is until a power-player named Frank Gannon approaches him with a job his conscience won’t let him refuse.

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Emotional by Kellie Sullivan

Have your emotions been controlling you lately? Do you feel like there is nothing you can do? Do you feel hopeless? Have you ever wanted to be better? Do you struggle with communication? Are you always hiding your feelings and unsure on how to express them? Have you ever wondered what emotional intelligence was? If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book is for you.

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Crossing the Lines by Richard Doster

Family man Jack Hall wants nothing more than to be a respectable newspaper reporter, see a good baseball game now and again, love his wife, and watch his son grow up in their middle-class, white community. Then he finds himself on the fault line where black meets white in the American South of the late 1950s.


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