Free horror Kindle books for 17 Dec 15

Horror : Haunted House: Mystery Thriller Series (Psychological Mystery and Suspense Thriller)

by Mike Brown

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When a new family enters the house they are excited, starting over new in a new state and new town. Little do they know that they are about to be in a mess of trouble without understanding the reason why. One by one members of the family end up dead or missing. Someone in the town knows and is waiting for the next round of bodies to make sure the secret stays away from the towns people. Afraid if they knew things would get out of hand. From the outside the house looks perfect, on the inside everything is all freshly painted a perfect home for a family until the unexplained begins to take form.



Hell’s Gatekeeper (A Lora Sole Novel Book 1)

by Adrienne Lockhart

Wen struggling New York city artist Lora Sole, orphaned since birth, receives an unexpected inheritance of a small cabin in the remote mountains of West Virginia, she immediately embarks on a journey to discover her family origins. However, she soon learns that she may have inherited more than she ever bargained for from a sassy swindling ghost in residence to a demonic familiar, a sentient Book of Shadows, murder in the family, an intrepid band of wannabe paranormal investigators and, most pressingly, Charon’s Gates: a direct portal to the infernal threatening to open at any moment and spew out Hell on earth. She’s the key to it all and the fate of humanity is now resting in her hands.



Mystery Thriller Suspense: Climate of Fear : (Psychological Mystery and Suspense Thriller) (A gripping psychological thriller)

by Laura Clevman

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James Findlay was a rebelâ??an activist for climate realism. Besides being his country’s sole delegate to the Paris climate conference, he felt he had a far greater responsibility to tell the truth about the world’s climateâ??a truth that the power brokers behind the conference did not want told. After multiple threats and two murders, James makes it his last mission in life to tell the world of the reality of the current Ice Age and the overdue end to the Holocene warm period.



Horror Psychological Suspense: The Fall of Terror (Mystery Thriller Series) (Psychological Mystery and Suspense Thriller)

by Mike Brown

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When a new family enters the house they are excited, starting over new in a new state and new town. Little do they know that they are about to be in a mess of trouble without understanding the reason why. One by one members of the family end up dead or missing. Someone in the town knows and is waiting for the next round of bodies to make sure the secret stays away from the towns people. Afraid if they knew things would get out of hand. From the outside the house looks perfect, on the inside everything is all freshly painted a perfect home for a family until the unexplained begins to take form.

Garrick, an exorcist, readies himself and his apprentice for a reunion that he had been meaning to achieve. To avenge his family and the people who had been victimized by a demonic dark figure, Garrick must test his abilities as an exorcist. Will he succeed, or will his efforts to cleanse the place collapse and fail like the others?



My Beloved: Vampire Paranormal Romance

by T.M. Mendes

â??Spell binding â??Sexy â??Romantic â??Monster Romance â??Vampire

“She gave me life again. She is the reason why I came to life and why I am breathing. Her blood calls out to me like a siren that I cannot ignore. Who is she, you ask? Why, she is My Beloved.”

It was in English class that Wendy heard of a tale about the vampire, Vincent Gilmore, who was buried alive by the townspeople along with their silver. The only thing interesting about it was the silver, which Wendy sure could put to good use for her brother’s surgery.

Wendy was shocked to find that the tale was indeed true, for there, after digging his grave, she came face to face with his rotting corpse, and the mound of silver that she took home.

Unknowingly, Wendy set a series of events that would forever change her life. Her blood brought Vincent back to life, but it wasn’t her blood alone. They were destined to be together.

Because she was his Beloved.



The Man of the Crowd

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is one of America’s greatest and most dark and mysterious writers. The circumstances surrounding his untimely death are still unknown, as is what made him tick. Part of the American Romantic Movement, Poe is best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre, and he was one of the first Americans to master the art of the short story. Long before Sherlock Holmes became famous, Poe invented the genre of detective fiction, and his works influenced literature around the world in genres as wide ranging as cosmology and cryptography. Poe and his work still appear throughout popular culture today, popping up in literature, music, films, and even on the gridiron; the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens got their name from his most famous poem.

Poe’s best known fiction was Gothic, which was extremely popular at the time. Poe was a master of the genre, but he also realized that it would help him live off his writing, which was his goal. As a result, his most common themes involved death and madness, including its signs and physical manifestations. The darkness of his work is considered by many to be a reaction to Transcendentalism, which Poe strongly disliked.



The Devil in the Belfry

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is one of America’s greatest and most dark and mysterious writers. The circumstances surrounding his untimely death are still unknown, as is what made him tick. Part of the American Romantic Movement, Poe is best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre, and he was one of the first Americans to master the art of the short story. Long before Sherlock Holmes became famous, Poe invented the genre of detective fiction, and his works influenced literature around the world in genres as wide ranging as cosmology and cryptography. Poe and his work still appear throughout popular culture today, popping up in literature, music, films, and even on the gridiron; the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens got their name from his most famous poem.

Poe’s best known fiction was Gothic, which was extremely popular at the time. Poe was a master of the genre, but he also realized that it would help him live off his writing, which was his goal. As a result, his most common themes involved death and madness, including its signs and physical manifestations. The darkness of his work is considered by many to be a reaction to Transcendentalism, which Poe strongly disliked.



The Children of Gods and Monsters, Prelude 1

by Michael John Halse

The prelude to The Children of Gods and Monsters, Book 1.

Howell Pendengalle and the remaining members of the Council of the Wise find themselves caught up in a dark plot as they investigate an ancient cult stirring back to life and threatening to bring chaos into the unsuspecting world.



A Reminiscence of Dr. Samuel Johnson

by H.P. Lovecraft

Howard Phillips (H.P.) Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an influential author best known for his science fiction, horror and fantasy stories, and among those stories his best known ones are those that combine elements of all three. Through that mixture, Lovecraft became the most celebrated author of a genre known as “weird fiction”, especially with his works on the the monster Cthulhu, which has continued to be the subject of other writers’ works. Today, an entire mythos centers around Cthulhu, bringing together all of the different stories from all of the different writers. 



The Nose

by Nikolai Gogol

Nikolai Gogol was talented enough to catch the notice of not just his contemporaries but his government. Considered one of Russia’s greatest writers during his day, Gogol’s Dead Souls satirized the corruption of the Russian government enough that it forced him into exile. Dead Souls features Gogol’s classic prose and verse forms, with Gogol himself considering it epic poetry. Despite the fact that it was technically unfinished, with Gogol famously burning the second part of the manuscript, it’s still universally hailed as one of Gogol’s classics.

The Nose is considered one of Gogol’s most famous works, a bizarre short story about seemingly nothing that nevertheless embodies the wizardry of his work. Despite the fact that some critics have noted that the story itself is nonsensical, it’s still universally hailed as one of Gogol’s classics.     



A Tale of Jerusalem

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is one of America’s greatest and most dark and mysterious writers. The circumstances surrounding his untimely death are still unknown, as is what made him tick. Part of the American Romantic Movement, Poe is best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre, and he was one of the first Americans to master the art of the short story. Long before Sherlock Holmes became famous, Poe invented the genre of detective fiction, and his works influenced literature around the world in genres as wide ranging as cosmology and cryptography. Poe and his work still appear throughout popular culture today, popping up in literature, music, films, and even on the gridiron; the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens got their name from his most famous poem.

Poe’s best known fiction was Gothic, which was extremely popular at the time. Poe was a master of the genre, but he also realized that it would help him live off his writing, which was his goal. As a result, his most common themes involved death and madness, including its signs and physical manifestations. The darkness of his work is considered by many to be a reaction to Transcendentalism, which Poe strongly disliked.



King Pest

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) is one of America’s greatest and most dark and mysterious writers. The circumstances surrounding his untimely death are still unknown, as is what made him tick. Part of the American Romantic Movement, Poe is best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre, and he was one of the first Americans to master the art of the short story. Long before Sherlock Holmes became famous, Poe invented the genre of detective fiction, and his works influenced literature around the world in genres as wide ranging as cosmology and cryptography. Poe and his work still appear throughout popular culture today, popping up in literature, music, films, and even on the gridiron; the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens got their name from his most famous poem.

Poe’s best known fiction was Gothic, which was extremely popular at the time. Poe was a master of the genre, but he also realized that it would help him live off his writing, which was his goal. As a result, his most common themes involved death and madness, including its signs and physical manifestations. The darkness of his work is considered by many to be a reaction to Transcendentalism, which Poe strongly disliked.



The Basement

by Chris W. Martinez

A nefarious force lurks in the basement of a party house rented by four college friends.

*This story is included in TROUBLES, a collection of short stories by Chris W. Martinez.



Welcome to the Dollhouse

by Chandre Toye

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Daddy please! Those words can tug at a Father’s heart. Sometimes Daddy will even say yes to something so dark and awful that it would haunt the average man for the rest of his life. To Josef though, what his little princess wants she gets!

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In a Glass Darkly

by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was an Irish writer best known for gothic and mystery novels like Carmilla. This is one of his most popular works.



Wylder’s Hand

by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was an Irish writer best known for gothic and mystery novels like Carmilla. This is one of his most popular works.



The Evil Guest

by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was an Irish writer best known for gothic and mystery novels, including classics like Carmilla. This is also one of his most popular works.



Born from Darkness: The Story of Max (Chronicles of the Supers Book 1)

by Jeremy Williams

Maximiliana Einhardt leads a relatively tough life. She ran away from home a few years ago and works 3 dead end jobs just to pay her way through a very prestigous and expensive private school. On her 17th birthday she finds a small silver bracelet that, unknown to her, begins to give her super powers.

Shortly after she discovers the true strength of her abilities when she’s nearly murdered. In a display of super strength she effortlessly ends the life of one of the most evil men she’s ever known and comes to a crossroads. Does she use her new powers to save people, or kill the people who are hurting others?

With her future hanging in the balance, Max must decide her own destiny. The only problem is, not everyone understands her struggles. And those people have the right connections to end her life before she can forge her own path.

What will her decision be? And will she be able to realize it before she’s killed?



Marie My Sweet Two: A Vampire Story Continues

by J.B. Weisler

Marie is searching for leads to find the original vampire. Her travels bring her to a major European city. She meets Heindrickson in the basement of a library there, while searching for clues. He helps her with her search, eventually becoming her traveling companion. Marie is still wary of him, however, having developed major trust issues. She maintains her distance until she learns his secret. There are many twists and turns in this story. The surprises will truly shock the reader. This is a vampire horror story in the classic sense, but with many new elements. In order to learn what finally happens to Marie, the reader must continue on and read Marie My Sweet Three At Last.



Team Nightly: Books 1 & 2

by Kate Porter

Set in the beautiful, historic city of Savannah, GA, Chase Nightly leads his team of vampire slayers called uccisore, (oo-chee-sore-ray) as they try to protect the city from the rising vampire army. Lead by Gordon Charles, Vampire King, who was a uccisore in life, the vampires have an agenda.

Chase Nightly, L’Uccisore, (Team Nightly, Book 1):

When Rhett Butler meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer the South will never be the same.

Chase Nightly is a born and bred Georgia boy from Savannah, who loves his job as a social studies teacher, his bachelorhood and his widowed mother.

Rae Chandler is a contemporary big city woman with no desire to change that fact; as different from Chase as night and day with one important exception: They are both leaders of elite teams of vampire slayers called Uccisore, but with very different territories. When Rae shows up in Savannah for reasons other than visiting family, Chase demands to know her true motives. Sparks fly the moment they meet and past life memories surface, memories that keep Rae off balance and terrified that destiny will claim her heart once more.

When Gordon Charles, Vampire King, kidnaps Chase’s mother, the two leaders must join forces and put their chaotic feelings aside to save her from becoming the Vampire Queen.

Hunter’s Sword, (Team Nightly, Book 2)

There’s a battle brewing in Savannah, and humanity’s survival is at stake.

Armed with family legends and a blessed sword dating back to the first crusades, Hunter Blackfox leaves the reservation in Cherokee, North Carolina to replace a fallen member of Team Nightly and help protect the city of Savannah, Georgia.

His life is about to changeâ?¦

When he first lays eyes on Sheila Maxson, he likens her to Aphrodite, Helen of Troy, and Jackie Onassisâ??sex, beauty, and classâ??all rolled into one, long, luscious package just for him.

Sheila Maxson is a seasoned member of Team Nightly and a bloodline uccisore gifted with exceptional speed and agility on the battlefield. But she’s battling more than the rising number of vampires. The horrific memories of an event that took place only days after 9/11 when she, her brother Michael, and their aging grandfather tried to protect first responders from frenzied vampires, as they searched for survivors at ground zero, are slowly chipping away at Sheila’s emotional armor. With the added guilt of losing a friend and uccisore brother in battle, the short fuse of her control is burning fast.

Each time she and Hunter are in the same vicinity, Sheila goes on the attack and Hunter has no option but to fight back. Until the night Chase and Rae’s daughter is born and the vampire king breaches the hospital nursery. The bickering teammates must team up to protect the innocent newborn.

Hunter must find a way to bring down the walls that Sheila has erected around herself in order to save not just Chase and Rae’s baby, but the woman of his dreams as well.

As word comes to them that Hunter’s Sword is coveted by Gordon Charles, Vampire King, the entire team must find a way to keep it out of vampire clutches.

Gordon Charles will do whatever he must to corrupt the powers of the sword and sway its magic to benefit his cause. To do that he must spill uccisore bloodâ?¦Sheila’s blood.



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