Free horror Kindle books for 04 Aug 16

The Demon Heritage of Josh Thorne (The Josh Thorne Trilogy Book 1)

by Joe Fowler

Josh Thorne thought he was just your average guy. All was normal until he neared his eighteenth birthday. He found out his mom was part of a cult and his father is a demon. Over the course of one month this young man’s life was forever altered by forces beyond his control.

Along with a lot of laughter…psychic visions, werewolves, demons, cults, ghosts, and vampires become all too common as he fights to keep his friends safe. His best friend Keith stands beside him throughout this journey but as the events in Josh’s life become stranger it becomes apparent that Keith may not be human either.

Add in meeting the woman of his dreams and it makes for a busy time in his life.

Graduating high school becomes secondary when you are just trying to survive.



Shining in Crimson: Empire of Blood Book One (A Dystopian Vampire Novel)

by Robert S. Wilson

Set in a dystopian, religiously-demented American Empire, the city of Las Vegas is no longer a city of sin. Now called Necropolis, it is a city that eats sin. The vampires of Necropolis wait patiently for the Empire’s weekly drop off of guilty Penitents; sinners and criminals full of fresh blood.

Hank Evans is one of those Penitents and he would gladly let the vampires take every drop of his blood if it weren’t for one detail: Toby. Toby is Hank’s only son. Now, Hank must do whatever it takes to escape the city of the dead and save his son from an Empire as bloodthirsty as the vampires it uses to keep its people in line.

Praise for Shining in Crimson:

“A big-scale vampire thriller that changes the rules.”–Scott Nicholson, author of Liquid Fear, The Red Church, and They Hunger

“One of the best surprises I’ve had in a long while. Writing with a smart, self-assured ease, Robert S. Wilson has given us a gift with Shining in Crimson. Part Underworld, part Escape From New York, Shining in Crimson is genuinely frightening, genuinely thrilling, but above all, first-rate storytelling. I’m a Robert S. Wilson fan from now on!”–Joe McKinney, author of Flesh Eaters and Apocalypse of the Dead

“Robert S. Wilson shows a lot of promise here with this debut novel. Now it’s time to see where that promise will take him.”–Ray Wallace, The Chiaroscuro

“You’ll not find some glistening torsos and smouldering eyes in this book. What you will find is a brilliantly thought out society of Vampires.”–Jim Mcleod, Ginger Nuts of Horror

“The Mesh of Religious symbolism and political commentary tucked neatly between pure horror and suspense is superb.”–Lisa Lane, The Cerebral Writer

Cover design by Elena Helfrecht, you can find her and her work at http://apokryphia.weebly.com/



Cry, Wolf: Shadow of the Werewolf

by Glenn Slade Clark Jr

In August of 1850, the fledgling town of Nightfire, Texas was plagued by a supernatural terror that all but destroyed it. The survivors, having found the key to keeping their town safe from the beasts in the future, rebuilt the town, using their clandestine knowledge to keep Nightfire safe from the monsters for all time.

As the generations passed, the nightmarish story was lost to all but a few, each of whom felt confident that the vial of werewolf blood, secreted away in the basement of a small, unassuming Methodist church, would continue to keep the monsters at bay.

Now, after 147 years of secrecy, the fragile artifact that has guarded against the horrors of the past has been destroyed, and the purest intentions of a teenage boy named Daniel has caused the long dead blood of the werewolf to quicken once again.

Desperate for salvation, Daniel finds himself torn between his faith in both God and his friends and the unquenchable bloodlust of the monster gestating inside of him, as the two irreconcilable aspects of his spirit struggle for control of his mind and body.

Confronted with the pain and loss that follow what has been done to him, and having seen more horror than he had ever imagined God could allow to exist in the universe, Daniel must risk the lives of his friends and loved ones to finally determine whether his faith will be enough to save them all and turn back the relentless hunger of the werewolf, or whether, as he fears at the core of his tortured spirit, there is in fact no saving any man, no matter how sinless and devout, from the cunning, murderous instincts of the savage beast within.



Pharaoh: The Horrible Secret of Absolute Power

by Jacob Mesmer

A shocking suicide. A charismatic and magnetic professor. An ancient object of unimaginable power that gives its possessor horrifying control over others. Geoff Harmon, an introverted, left-brained economics teacher must overcome his deepest fears and seemingly insurmountable obstacles to stop the exponentially growing evil from destroying everything.



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