Free horror Kindle books for 26 Dec 15

The Ultimate Stonemage: A Modest Autobiography

by Duncan McKenzie

In a baroque world populated by power-hungry nobles and bloodthirsty clergy, clashing armies of enslaved monsters lay waste to towns and cities, while architect-magicians known as stonemages compete for the fame and glory of building outlandish towers and castles from the rubble.

Yreth is determined to prove that he is the greatest stonemage of his (or any) time. His unusual talent for offending others forces him to flee across kingdoms and continents.

Yreth is as confident in his literary talent as he is in his magical powers, and offers a picaresque account of his adventures, interspersed with prophecies, poetry, and dramatic dialogues. He shares his expertise on magic, gambling, the surprising dangers of mice, chess, and how to capture the mythical Pulsiterâ??a shape-changing creature looking suspiciously like a cow.

This egotistical antihero considers himself a supreme builder, but wherever he goes, he leaves a trail of mayhem and destruction.



The Protocol: A Prescription to Die

by John P. Goetz

The Protocol, A Prescription to Die

By John P. Goetz

(www.johnpgoetz.com)

The Protocol, A Prescription to Die is a startlingly prophetic medical thriller by John P. Goetz and is the latest page turner in his Eat Teague novel series. John P. Goetz’s medical suspense thriller has been described as, “Ayn Rand meets Dean Koontz at a Twilight Zone gathering with Michael Crichton, Stephen King, and Robin Cook.”

The Protocol, A Prescription to Die poses the questions, “What if the government assigned value to individuals and controlled whether a person could live or die?” “What if the elderly and infirm became targets of a government authority tasked with a mandate to test and determine treatment only if medical costs somehow justify their benefits?” “What if you are prescribed The Protocol, a prescription to die?”

The Protocol, A Prescription to Die has all of the elements of a medical thriller, horror story, and intellectual journey. After reading this novel, you will never think about medicine, healthcare, or government in the same way ever again.



Bubbles

by Kenneth Schuett

Have you ever had a bad day at work? Has life thrown you nothing but lemons, and then ensured that you had no glass to make lemonade? Clint has. His every waking day is a living hell at work, and his family is so separated from reality that it’s incredible Clint hasn’t gone completely insane. It’s alright, though, because Clint has a plan to deal with it all, and his clown friend is there to help him with every step along the way.



Vikram and the Vampire

by Richard F. Burton

Vikram and the Vampire is a classic supernatural tale that Richard F. Burton claimed to have discovered in India.



WINTER CHILL

by stephen Beccia

A short but chilling tale of a nightmare that becomes reality.



Destiny of the Witch (Mountains of the Immortals Book 1)

by Raven Moon

Rainelle Sterling heard the rumors about the Smokey Mountains, but she never believed them.

She made plans for a weekend getaway, full of fun for her brother and friends.

When they came face to face with supernatural creatures, she suffers a devastating loss.

Faced with telling her parents, she learns things about herself, and her family she never knew.

Broken trust and deceit from the ones that she’s loved and trusted just may break her.

But for now, she must remain strong, not for herself, but for her family.

If only she knew then, what she knows now, maybe, just maybe, things would be different.

Now, she is on a mission of revenge.



The White Room

by Stephen Beccia

Former actress, Shelby Young, has found herself locked in the worst places of all: Danvers State Hospital. Deranged and delusional, her world falls apart as she spends endless days trapped in The White room.



Rabid

by J.W. Bouchard

Taylor and Carl Mitchell are brothers who have taken wildly divergent paths in life. But when a mysterious virus transforms most of the Earth’s population into bloodthirsty lunatics, they must learn to trust each other and work together in a dangerous new world where the slightest misstep could lead to the ultimate consequence.

The brothers must face their innermost fears and confront loss as they try to survive the long journey home. But will anyone be there waiting for them?

Sometimes there isn’t a happy ending.



Merry Christmas, Marley: A Novelette

by Fwah Storm

Christmas is a time of joy for most, but for Edward Cruise it is a time of regret. And this Christmas Edward is about to become the victim of an unplanned revenge.

From Award winning writer, Fwah Storm, comes an extreme horror novelette that is perfect for the holidays!



The House on the Borderland

by William Hope Hodgson

William Hope Hodgson was an English author and sailor who wrote a large quantity of works including fantasy, horror, and sea tales, but the still young author was killed in World War I at the age of 40. This is one of his most popular works.



Take The Body And Give Me The Rest (Soldiers and Gods Book 1)

by Julius Schenk

A soldier betrayed and sold into slavery

His reluctant pact with a forgotten god from the realm of the dead

Stolen skills and abilities, brought with the blood and sacrifice of his enemies

A battle to stay true in the face of a growing temptation to kill

Seth stood and watched the nightmare creature as it tore its past master into bloody shreds and tried not to let the gripping fear show on his face. He could feel the man’s life force, his memories, his talents and hard won skills filling his own mind and body, turning him into something much more than the lowly soldier he’d been just mere moments before.

Take The Body and Give me the Rest, is the first novel in the new Dark Fantasy series, by Julius Schenk a new Australian Fantasy Author.



The Coming of Abel Behenna

by Bram Stoker

At the peak of his career, Abraham “Bram” Stoker (November 8, 1847 – April 20, 1912) was working as an assistant for his friend, Shakespearean actor Sir Henry Irving, a well known and acclaimed actor in his day. But it would be the assistant whose name would outshine the boss’s.
 
Stoker, an Irish novelist and short story writer, is known around the globe for his Gothic horror character Dracula. Inspired in part by his friend Irving, as well as the notorious Vlad the Impaler, Stoker studied stories about vampires, but ultimately his Count Dracula would become synonymous with the famous monsters. And drawing off his experience as a newspaper writer, Stoker wrote Dracula as a collection of realistic diary entries, telegrams, letters, ship’s logs, and newspaper clippings, all of which made the story that much scarier and unique. 



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