It’s almost over, and we’ve made it! Another winter come and gone, and Spring has sprung, at least here in our little corner of the world. With Spring comes warmer temperatures, trees budding, flowers reappearing like old friends…so we’ve rounded up our Best Kindle Books for March, in hopes that you’ll find something that calls you outside onto the deck for some fresh air and a good book.
- 1 When I’m Gone: A Novel
- 2 A Head Full of Ghosts: A Novel
- 3 Waiting for Snow in Havana: Confessions of a Cuban Boy
- 4 The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914
- 5 Seven Women: And the Secret of Their Greatness
- 6 The Last Highlander: Scotland’s Most Notorious Clan Chief, Rebel & Double Agent
- 7 At the Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Others
- 8 The Steel Kiss (A Lincoln Rhyme Novel)
- 9 When Breath Becomes Air
- 10 Cappuccinos, Cupcakes, and a Corpse (A Cape Bay Cafe Mystery Book 1)
Luke Richardson has just buried his beloved wife of 16 years, and is now left to raise their children and put the pieces of their lives back together. When he begins receiving mysterious letters from his wife, Luke realizes that he didn’t know her as well as he thought he did. Long-buried secrets will come to the surface, and along the way Luke will find healing and redemption, and the strength to go on.
Fourteen-year-old Marjorie is in the grip of a powerful demon and her parents are desperate to save her. They allow a local priest to perform an exorcism, and a local television company to film it. When tragedy strikes, the show and the participants become an overnight urban legend.
Fifteen years later, a best-selling author interviews Marjorie’s younger sister, who was eight at the time. When long-buried events come to the surface, the truth becomes even more terrifying than once thought.
The veil has been lifted, and Cuba is once again accessible to North Americans. In this richly complex tale of childhood, Carlos Eire talks about his early life, before the Castro regime destroyed the country, and his later evacuation to Miami, to begin a new life.
His stories of growing up with a father who thought he was a reincarnation of Louis XVI, “beautiful blue clouds” of DDT, birthday parties and adventures are a heartwarming look at the country that once was…and may someday be again.
In 1914, the world went to war, and the global landscape changed forever. Here is a riveting account of what led to the conflict, and how misunderstandings and unintended signals led to the downfall of one of the greatest empires the world has ever known. With history destined to repeat itself, there is much to learn from the mistakes of the past…that we will repeat again with even more dire consequences if we don’t learn to communicate with each other.
In the highly anticipated follow-up to his best selling book Seven Men, author Eric Metaxas introduces us to seven women who changed the world. From Joan of Arc to Rosa Parks, this list includes women for whom the very essence of being a woman drove them to follow God’s call on their lives…and change the world for God. We guarantee you won’t be able to put it down.
We tend to think that we’ve cornered the market on spy stories, but this 18th century swashbuckler will convince you otherwise. Simon Fraser was the last of the great Scottish chiefs, and the last Scottish nobleman executed for treason. Using his talents to spy for both the Stuarts and the Hanoverians, Fraser was present when Bonny Prince Charlie was defeated at the Battle of Culloden…in fact he was found hiding in a tree.
This is the story of one of Scotland’s most romantic and dashing figures…and it will make for a pleasant afternoon on the porch swing with a glass of sweet tea.
At the Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails with Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and OthersSometimes you need to read something that makes you think…and this is a book that makes you think. It begins in 1933 with cocktails and three of the foremost thinkers of the day…Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and their longtime friend Raymond Aron.
It ended with one of the most influential movements of the modern age–Existentialism. These are the stories of how it came to be…and how it is still influencing our world today.
Fans of Lincoln Rhyme will be thrilled to learn that he’s back…and on the trail of a diabolical killer who turns ordinary everyday products into murder weapons. As Rhyme and his partner Amelia Sachs race against the clock to find the killer before he strikes again, they realize that they will have to use all of their wits if they are to unmask him in time…or become his next targets.
When respected neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi is diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer and finds himself face-to-face with his own mortality, his question soon becomes “what makes life worth living?” As the disease progresses, Kalanithi finds solace in writing his memoirs, and leaving behind a legacy for the generations to come after him.
This lighthearted new series is just what the doctor ordered. When Francesca Amaro moves back to her hometown, and discovers the body of her neighbor in the back yard, she soon finds herself Prime Suspect #1. With the help of Mr. Cardosi’s son Matty, Francesca seeks out the idyllic little town’s not-so-savory secrets in order to save her own neck…and maybe find a little romance along the way! This fun read also includes two cupcake recipes…and who doesn’t love cupcakes?
There you have it, friends. Our Selection of Kindle Books for March, just ready for you to try them out. Also it’s great to download on your new Kindle 2016.
Let us know in the comments below which ones you liked best and if you find something we missed, tell us about that too!