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This list of all the free classic mystery and crime eBooks on Amazon works best on iPad and Kindle 3. If you click the linked title, it will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store. If you are using a Kindle 3, an iPad, or other eBook reader with a decent web browser, you can sign into your Amazon account and download the eBook immedia This list of all the free classic mystery and crime eBooks on Amazon works best on iPad and Kindle 3. If you click the linked title, it will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store. If you are using a Kindle 3, an iPad, or other eBook reader with a decent web browser, you can sign into your Amazon account and download the eBook immediately. If you are reading on an older Kindle 2 or Kindle 1, you can add the book to your Wish List and the next time you use a computer to access Amazon, you can have the Wish List items sent to your Kindle for free. Or, if you want to begin reading a eBook immediately on an older Kindle, you can simply note the title and cover design of the linked eBook in the Kindle store, and then search for the title with your Kindle. If there are multiple copies, pick the one with the cover that matches, confirm that it is free, and then download it to your Kindle. I began building handpicked collections of free Kindle eBooks last year after my father paid several dollars for classic book when the identical version was available on Kindle for free. With over 60 mystery and crime authors in this collection, I hope it leads you to some new favorites. The selection of authors and titles for this list wasn't a straightforward task. In cases of lesser know novelists like Harding or less prolific crime/philosophy writers like Dostoyevsky, I included all of their free novels. With literary giants like Dickens and Conrad I only include the mystery/crime novels. Wodehouse was known for both comedy and mystery. Rohmer also dabbled in the occult, Stoker is more identified with horror. Lytton's crime stories are categorized "Newgate Fiction" rather than mysteries, but he's included here for coining "It was a dark and stormy night" in the novel "Paul Clifford".


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This list of all the free classic mystery and crime eBooks on Amazon works best on iPad and Kindle 3. If you click the linked title, it will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store. If you are using a Kindle 3, an iPad, or other eBook reader with a decent web browser, you can sign into your Amazon account and download the eBook immedia This list of all the free classic mystery and crime eBooks on Amazon works best on iPad and Kindle 3. If you click the linked title, it will bring you directly to the product page for the free eBook in the Kindle store. If you are using a Kindle 3, an iPad, or other eBook reader with a decent web browser, you can sign into your Amazon account and download the eBook immediately. If you are reading on an older Kindle 2 or Kindle 1, you can add the book to your Wish List and the next time you use a computer to access Amazon, you can have the Wish List items sent to your Kindle for free. Or, if you want to begin reading a eBook immediately on an older Kindle, you can simply note the title and cover design of the linked eBook in the Kindle store, and then search for the title with your Kindle. If there are multiple copies, pick the one with the cover that matches, confirm that it is free, and then download it to your Kindle. I began building handpicked collections of free Kindle eBooks last year after my father paid several dollars for classic book when the identical version was available on Kindle for free. With over 60 mystery and crime authors in this collection, I hope it leads you to some new favorites. The selection of authors and titles for this list wasn't a straightforward task. In cases of lesser know novelists like Harding or less prolific crime/philosophy writers like Dostoyevsky, I included all of their free novels. With literary giants like Dickens and Conrad I only include the mystery/crime novels. Wodehouse was known for both comedy and mystery. Rohmer also dabbled in the occult, Stoker is more identified with horror. Lytton's crime stories are categorized "Newgate Fiction" rather than mysteries, but he's included here for coining "It was a dark and stormy night" in the novel "Paul Clifford".

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