Amazon’s reading services, such as Prime Reading and Amazon Original Stories allow customers to discover new books and authors—at no additional cost to their Prime membership.

For those who are constantly searching for their next great read, Prime Reading offers a rotating selection of thousands of books, magazines, comics, short reads, audiobooks, and other material at no additional cost to a Prime membership.

Ready to dive into some of the new books you can read for free with Prime? Check out the latest additions to Prime Reading and new titles from Amazon Original Stories below.


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Twenty Years Later by Charlie Donlea
Hiding her own dark past in plain sight, a TV reporter is determined to uncover the truth behind a gruesome murder decades after the investigation was abandoned. But 20 years later, to understand the present, you need to listen to the past.


The Reunion

The Reunion by Meghan Quinn

From the USA Today bestselling author of The Wedding Game comes a new romantic comedy about the antics that ensue when three siblings come together for their parents’ fiftieth-anniversary party.

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The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri

Nuri is a beekeeper; his wife, Afra, an artist. They live a simple life, rich in family and friends, in the beautiful Syrian city of Aleppo - until the unthinkable happens. When all they care for is destroyed by war, they are forced to escape.

More from Prime Reading Eligible Amazon Original Stories

Prime Reading Eligible Amazon Original Stories offers short reads that you can read or listen to in one sitting. The collection is free to Prime members and includes titles from award-winning and best-selling authors like Dean Koontz, Mindy Kaling, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Margaret Atwood, Taylor Jenkins Red, Andy Weir, Alice Hoffman, and others.

Amazon Original Stories offers bingeable stories, authors, and genres for every type of reader. Here are the latest titles available from Amazon Original Stories in digital and audiobook formats, at no additional cost to a Prime membership:

Historical fiction

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Signal Moon by Kate Quinn
From the New York Times best-selling author of The Diamond Eye comes a riveting short story about an impossible connection across two centuries that could make the difference between peace or war.

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Naomi's Gift by Martha Hall Kelly
A woman’s life-altering discovery after her mother’s death sheds light on the best and worst of humanity in this haunting short story by New York Times best-selling author Martha Hall Kelly.

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Ash Wednesday by Paula McLain
In this wrenching short story based on a real-life tragedy near Cleveland, Ohio, New York Times best-selling author Paula McLain reflects on one family’s perseverance in the face of the unthinkable.

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Landing by Olivia Hawker
Doubt plagues a new marriage when a young NASA engineer focuses more on the Apollo 11 moon landing than his own future in this poignant short story by best-selling author Olivia Hawker.

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We Are Bone & Earth by Esi Edugyan
In this moving short tale of one girl’s search for her lost brother, award-winning author Esi Edugyan offers a vivid, unique perspective on a lesser-known corner of the West African slave trade.

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A Wild Rose by Fiona Davis
A troubled concert pianist searches for a new inspiration among the hidden back hallways of Carnegie Hall in best-selling author Fiona Davis’s bold short story of artistic ambition in 1950s New York.

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Alison's Conviction by Thomas Keneally
A young autistic woman finds her voice and a path toward justice in this uplifting short story about the power of family history by Thomas Keneally, award-winning author of Schindler’s List.

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Mother Swamp by Jesmyn Ward
A fever dream of the past that ripples outward to the modern world, this powerful short story by two-time National Book Award winner Jesmyn Ward draws inspiration from the hidden communities built by people escaping slavery.


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A Scandal in Brooklyn by Lauren Wilkinson
A classic Holmesian detective untangles a locked-room mystery with a very modern twist in this venomously diverting short story by Lauren Wilkinson, the Washington Post best-selling author of American Spy.

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