The list author says: "There have been a lot of questions that have popped up in the Kindle (and other) forums requesting information on what free books might be available. So what kind of free Kindle books can be found here? New works, such as Caught Stealing, A Dangerous Man, and Six Bad Things, by by Charlie Huston; or Alan Furst's The Foreign Correspondent. There are classics, such as Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy; The First Men in the Moon, by H. G. Wells; The Sea Wolf, by Jack London; and many more.
So if it's a free Kindle book that you're looking for, just enter the words "kindle freebie" as a tagged search term, and you should find a number of works to meet your needs... and please be sure to add more $0.00 "Kindle freebies" as you find them.
What follows here is a rather incomplete list of personal favorites."
"Charlie Huston's debut novel, with flawed yet believable characters, and a fairly well-fleshed-out hero in Hank Thompson. Delivers fresh, jazzy riffs on the innocent-man-stumbling-into-jeopardy genre."
"Hank Thompson from Huston's debut novel returns in this even more violent, final volume of this rollercoaster thrill ride of a series that will have you saying a definite no, next time someone asks you to mind their cat."
"This special Kindle collection covers some truly thorough culinary ground, and is all you really need in the kitchen. Now your own definitive recipe collection is portable and easy to access, the perfect helper in the kitchen, and it's all there on your Kindle."
"This classic novel by Jules Verne and is still very entertaining, from start to finish. Many consider it to be the first technical thriller, and it launched a genre which has since grown in popularity over the years."
"Kipling's classic short story is about two British adventurers in British India who become kings of Kafiristan, a remote part of Afghanistan. Based on a true story, it was turned into an epic film by the same name in 1975, and starred Sean Connery and Michael Caine."