Free horror Kindle books for 29 Apr 15

The Big Red Devil

by John Huber

“The Devil drug me into the darkness outside. Without any light, it seemed to swallow me. I didn’t dare pray, but I tried to scream just like my parents had.”

John Harker hasn’t slept in years.

One day, he’s attacked with horrific abandon and falls into a coma at Mercy Hospital in Peoria, Illinois–the same hospital he’s received psychological therapy from in the past. Five years later, he mysteriously wakes and leaves. After reviewing the security footage, one of the Neurology board’s understudies becomes infatuated with John and pursues him. Both men fall into a twisted obsession that grows darker every day.

Meanwhile, a pastor and his family are slaughtered in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The city is plunged into terror by the sheer brutality of the slaughter and the daughter remains missing. As the days count down to Halloween, Detective Steven Rollins works to track down the media dubbed ‘Clergy Killer.’ He races to snuff the shadows before more blood is shed and the small city loses itself completely to fear and the Devil at the door.

In times when the numbers don’t align, the code continues to fail, and the sky is silent, the only rule is that you break them all. Grand Forks learns that the Devil is real. He’s as real as magic.

Now you see him.

Now you don’t.

Reap & Repent (The Reaper Series Book 1)

by Lisa Medley

They see death. Can they share a life?

Ruth Scott can read the energy of every person she meets. Then she meets Deacon Walker. She can see his ice-blue eyes, his black hair, and his gorgeous face. But this beautiful stranger has no aura.

Deacon is just as unsettled by Ruthâ??and, having spent more than two hundred years ushering souls to Purgatory, Deacon is seldom shocked by anything. As he helps Ruth to understand her true nature, she awakens desires that he decided long ago a Reaper can’t afford.

A demon invasion forces Deacon to confront the darkness in his own past even as he fights to save the human souls he’s charged to protect. When he’s taken captive, his first concern is for Ruth. But Ruth just might be able to save herselfâ??and the Reaper she can’t live withoutâ??if she can learn to wield her newfound powers.

The Messengers

by Anthony Greer

What do the dead have to fear? A medium combines his ethereal gifts with an ambitious reporter’s investigative zeal to uncover the truth obscured by a string of unlikely suicides.

Robert Baselton has grown accustomed to seeing the dead as they wander between worlds. However, when the spirits of a girl and an old woman become a regular presence in his everyday life, Robert has a suspicion that there’s a link between them and the utterances of murder that the Messenger of Death whispers in his ear. Every time the Messenger appears, another presence is soon to follow.

As Robert delves deeper into the lives of the deceased, Alexis Kearns, his girlfriend’s older sister, witnesses James Hawthorne plummet to his death in the middle of downtown Seattle. Armed with nothing but a smartphone and her knack for acting well under pressure, she is the first to cover this widely-publicized story.

Impressed with Alexis’ coverage and integrity, Hawthorne’s mother reveals to Alexis that her son could communicate with the dead and insists that he is just one of several mediums to have allegedly committed suicide in the past month. Alexis is intrigued with the pattern of unlikely deaths and follows up on Mrs. Hawthorne’s concern when she finds a connection between the medium suicides and Robert’s increasingly erratic behavior. Concerned for her sister, Alexis unknowingly aids Robert in trying to uncover what really happened to the mediums that have died, and discovers that both the dead and the living should be afraid of whoâ??or whatâ??is responsible.

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The second installment in The Messengers series, The Black Athame, will be released on May 21, 2015 and is available for pre-order.

3 Suspense Thrillers in 1 Book (The Vanished, Days of Vengeance, Spellbound)

by Tim Kizer

This collection includes three complete novels by Tim Kizer: The Vanished, Days of Vengeance, and Spellbound.
The Vanished, a suspense novel

He has to become a child killer to save his daughter’s life.

On May 6, five-year-old Annie Miller goes missing in a park. On May 7, her father, David Miller, fails a lie detector test. On May 9, during a hypnosis session, David confesses to murdering his daughter and gives the police the location of the knife he used to kill her. The knife has traces of Annie’s blood and David’s fingerprints all over it.

Two weeks later, a man named Ben calls David and tells him Annie’s alive. Ben is willing to let the girl go, but first David has to do something for him–something that would land David in prison for the rest of his life.

Can David trust him?

Is Ben even real?

Days of Vengeance, a suspense novel

First, he murdered his wife.
Then he lost his memory.
Now he has to remember where he buried the body or his in-laws will kill him.

“Dear Frank, I know you killed your wife, and I can prove it…”

After receiving this note, Frank Fowler, a man suffering from amnesia, begins to suspect he may have murdered his wife Kelly, who vanished three days before he lost his memory. The bad news is Kelly’s family has the same suspicions and will stop at nothing to make him remember what he has done to their beloved sister and where he buried her body.

Frank’s search for answers becomes a fight for survival after he recalls that his wife’s relatives are a clique of ruthless serial kidnappers serving a mysterious one-legged man. His chances are slim: one of the in-laws is a cop and another is a multimillionaire.

However, the question still remains: Why did he kill his wife?

Frank’s options are limited: he either finds his wife’s body or dies. In his race against time Frank has all the clues to the puzzle, he just needs to remember them before it’s too late.

Spellbound, a suspense novel

You can get in, but you can’t get out… at least not alive.

Shortly after his arrival in the small town of Porterville, Texas, Detective Jack Nelson meets a stranger who claims that they’ve been friends for over a month. A waitress in the diner across the street from his motel recognizes Jack and tells him he’s been eating at her restaurant for two months.

When Jack discovers undeniable evidence that most of his memories are false, he begins to suspect that he’s a subject of a mind-manipulation experiment conducted by a secret organization. What he doesn’t realize is that the motel he’s staying at is owned by a powerful evil entity thriving on death and human suffering. He also doesn’t know that everyone who left this place ended up committing suicide.

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