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freefictionbooks is a collection of free fiction and non-fiction books that can be read online. All books on this blog are published legally. They may be in public domain, because their copyright expired (public domain) or because their authors gave up their rights, or their authors provided explicit permission to freefictionbooks to publish them on this blog. Ebooks are available in pdf format for easier reading and bookmarking. We are adding new ebooks daily.

Some popular ebooks from our collection:

The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe by Douglas
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., in Nine Volume
A Woman's Impression of the Philippines by Fee
The College, the Market, and the Court by Dall
The Quiver 3/1900 by Anonymous
Bach by Charles Francis Abdy Williams
Irish Witchcraft and Demonology by Seymour
Over the Front in an Aeroplane and Scenes Inside t
Simpson's Chelsea, Pimlico, Brompton, and Knightsb
The Quiver, 2/1900
Female Warriors, Vol. II (of 2) by Ellen C. Clayton
Female Warriors, Vol. I (of 2) by Clayton
Foods and Culinary Utensils of the Ancients
A Present for Infants by Anonymous
G. H. Q. by Sir Frank Fox and G.S.O.
Educational Toys by Louis C. Petersen
By-Ways of War by James Jeffrey Roche
Our Little Roumanian Cousin by Winlow
Following the Flag by Charles Carleton Coffin
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio (Volumes I a
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio Vol. I (of 2
Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio vol. II (of
The Royal Life Guard by Alexander Dumas
The Vice Bondage of a Great City or the Wickedest
Pagan Origin of Partialist Doctrines by Pitrat
Our Little Swiss Cousin by Wade
Our Little Swedish Cousin by Claire M. Coburn
Our Little Cuban Cousin by Wade
Lost in the Wilds
The Beaver, Vol. I, No. 4, January 1921 by Company

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