Free Christian Books – Mystery, Suspense, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Women’s Fiction and more

Updated March 28, 2020 Wow! So many free books this week, to entertain us in this time of quarantine.  All of these Kindle books are absolutely free on Amazon right now – no strings attached – but it would be a great blessing to thank these generous authors by leaving a review when you finish a book.  In each of these lists, I’ve been committed to including only books with a clear Christian worldview – books that glorify God. This has been challenging, because sometimes the Amazon categories aren’t accurate. When I wasn’t sure a book was specifically Christian in content, I read the description page, the author bio, and the reviews. The hardest part of this process was with the Science Fiction and Fantasy books. I had no idea there were so many Christian Science Fiction and Fantasy books! Many young people like these genres, and I wanted to have a “trustworthy” list for you. I might have missed some good ones, and I might have included something that you won’t find “Christian enough,” but I did my best! Previous Lists of Free Books Contemporary Christian Romance Amish and Historical Romance  I know I said this would be the Read More

Bite Size Book Reviews

I’m not feeling romantic this week. When I am stressed, instead of reaching for something lighthearted, I usually pick up a mystery or (slightly)romantic suspense novel. We moved two weeks ago, unexpectedly, and I listened to audiobooks while I worked on packing and cleaning.  When in Rome is an old favorite, and I always enjoy Kristen Heitzmann, but the others were new to me. Dangerous Passage by Lisa Harris is a FREE KINDLE BOOK! (Price may change without notice, but it’s free right now!) We are starting to settle into our new home – did I mention that it is an apartment in a Tudor castle? – but I’m still not ready to snuggle up with a romance. Expect more murder and violence next week… When in Rome, audiobook by Ngaio Marsh, read by Nadia May Retro Read! This classic detective story from 1969 is an old favorite. Ms. Marsh writes so clearly that the reader experiences the story more like a movie than a book. She researched Rome, its history and its legal system for this tale of blackmail and drug smuggling. Her characters are varied, each drawn with realistic attitudes and behaviors, and each has his or her Read More