Free horror Kindle books for 10 May 15

The Wrath of Jeremy

by Stephen Andrew Salamon

Can God Forgive Him?

The Moment Before The Dark Lord Fell!

Through a world where innocent eyes see evil in a reflection of supposed hope, Jeremy realizes his fear of a God he yearned to love, and the mystifying beasts he tries not to see, were in his life for a reason that he must battle to understand. Insanity is what he was told created these visions and prophesies, but Jeremy learns that madness is what he would wish he had. Thus, a tremendous adventure commences. The wrath of God is what Jeremy was chosen to see, but through this dark undertaking, Jeremy Daven discovers that the worst he thought he already knew was only the beginning for what he didn’t even see coming. Enlightenment would be the downfall, and the time of God would be the resurrection. In the end, the soul of truth, no matter how good or bad it may be, will be the only one standing.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Your Riddles Will Be Solved

The day the truest of Evil and the Truest of good made the deal.

Ë?Ë?Ë? “Seeing the Unseen isn’t frightening. The Unseen seeing you…. Terrifying!”

Are you ready for enlightenment? Join Jeremy on his incredible journey.

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J is for Jaws (A-Z of Horror Book 10)

by Iain Rob Wright

Iain Rob Wright blows me away.” – J.A. Konrath, author of Origin.

A group of friends in the Gulf of Mexico sunbath on a yacht. It’s as close as to paradise as you can get.

But something has just woken up in paradise.

And it’s coming.

A Short Story by Bestselling Author, Iain Rob Wright. Get the entire series free via Kindle Unlimited.

The Pariahs (Kobolds)

by David Adams

Two sellswords–a half-elf and a half-orc–find their war over before it even begins. But trouble is stirring on the home front, conflict which threatens more than just their lives.

A novella set in the world of Ren of Atikala. Part one of the The Pariahs series.

The Bell Tower Suite (The Cloud Brothers Short Stories Book 6)

by James Field

Is the bell tower suite haunted? Colonel Mortimer doesn’t think so, he doesn’t believes in ghosts. His club associates dare him to spend a night. Sibyl, the mansion’s housekeeper, fears for the colonel’s sanity. Alf and Bert, the security guards, can’t resist the temptation to give him a solid fright. Nobody expects the outcome.

Conundrum: Revised Edition

by Adrian A. Roberts

Desperate husbands, troubled detectives, grieving wives, and naïve teenagers. These are the traits of those held captive in an enigma, created by their own flaws.
The discovery of a body with ties to a dark past, introduces a series of events that will lead to a dark future. Conundrum is a story seen through the eyes of several characters, as their paths gently cross and violently collide with one another. This chilling tale of deceit, love, betrayal, and friendship is a tantalizing puzzle that falls into place with the turn of each page. It’s a fast-paced, heartfelt story that has all the elements to keep you guessing and yearning for more.

Shadowhawk (Frankenfurter Therians Book 1)

by Kayla Garza

The world is full of supernatural creatures, both recognized by the government, and unrecognized. Therianthropes have the ability to shapeshift into animals by will, the power of the moon, and other means. In Frankenfurter, Texas, therianthropes are recognized as full citizens, but only on the surface.

Camilla Lawson is a therianthrope that shapeshifts into a falcon. When a local witch coven forces her girlfriend to leave her, she’s faced with no other decision but to move on. But moving on might prove difficult to do.

Taken #3 (Erotic Vampire Confessions)

by Randi Fang

FOR MATURE AND OPEN-MINDED READERS ONLY. In a rare opportunity to meet an ancient vampire, Randi Fang, blogger and 21st century vampire, heads to Paris to interview a woman known as the Demon Queen. Her story is one that will test Randi’s limits and open-mindedness because her tale is too astonishing to swallow. 

Being a vampire, I like to think I’m open-minded to all things, or almost all things. I listen to other vampires confess their deepest, darkest secrets, if they so choose, and I can’t judge them. Or at least I shouldn’t. I sympathize with them. I cry with them. I give them a venue to share what they want to share. That’s what this quest of mine is all about.

Sometimes, however, my sanity is challenged and I struggle to not form some type of opinion when I hear a confession. This is one of those times. I met Diane many years after she had been turned from a human into a vampire, many years after she had assumed her role as the Demon Queen, and many years after she had walked away from her lover, Satan.

From time to time, I had heard stories about virgins being kidnapped by monsters and taken to another world. Being a 21st century vampire, I didn’t really pay attention to such stories. I blew them off as urban legends or silly fairy tales perverted humans shared with one another in order to get a rise out of the other.

Leaving Max, my wolfhound home, I caught the last flight to France. After I met Diane at a coffee shop near the museum district in downtown Paris on a balmy Sunday afternoon, my opinion about these ‘Taken’ stories greatly changed and I realized that sometimes even though I’m a vampire, I don’t know everything about the true darkness hiding out there.

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