Free horror Kindle books for 30 Aug 16

A Killing Fear

by Tiffany Lusk

Lauren was thrilled to be visiting her childhood friend from across the state. Who would have guessed this dreamlike vacation would suddenly turn into a nightmare of the worst kind. Now Lauren must search for hidden clues to unlock this supernatural murder mystery before this nightmare steals the lives of everyone she loves.

Midnight Madness

by H.M. Mish

Six, spine-tingling, savage and sometimes somber stories of life, death and the undead.

Descent Into Hell

by Charles Williams

The key to Williams’ mystically oriented theological thought,Descent into Hell (arguably Williams’ greatest novel) is a multidimensional story about human beings who shut themselves up in their own narcissistic projections, so that they are no longer able to love, to â??co-inhere.’ The result is a veritable hell.

Planet Dead

by Tareq Almashini

Suddenly finding themselves in the midst of a zombie apocalypse unleashed by unforeseen sinister forces, Rami and Fey fight to survive Armageddon, as their sense of reality is tested.

Sticks and Stones

by Charlie Morgan

Jason has just inheirited a large piece of land deep within the mountains of Western North Carolina. With hopes of selling the property to a high end real estate developer, Jason ventures into the small town of Lakewood.

Jason is not alone.

Hidden within the fog shrouded woods are dozens of ancient creatures who are savage, fast and hungry.

A madman, who’s dark agenda will make you question who is the real ‘monster,’ has also taken his place in the woods to play a sick, bloody game.

Sticks and Stones is an old fashioned tale of survival, blood and monsters with an ending that is sure to tear your heart from your chest.

“A splatterpunk, creature feature hybrid that mutates into one vicious, blood soaked beast.”
-Spooky Sean

Also contains the short story Halloween on the Lowe Road and true accounts of, The Legend of the Mountain Devils.

Four Weird Tales

by Algernon Blackwood

These stories first appeared in Blackwood’s story collections: “The Insanity of Jones” in The Listener and Other Stories (1907); “The Man Who Found Out” in The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories (1921); “The Glamour of the Snow,” and “Sand” in Pan’s Garden (1912).

Outrunning the Dead: The Drinking or Death Set Volume One

by Sparrow Black

When the world is ending around you do you just curl up into a tiny little ball and scream for your mommy or do you take that challenge and find a reason to carry on? For John Earl and his friends Luke and Anna the unthinkable has happened and they can either stay put and hope “they”, that mysterious they people are always going on about, will show up or they can do what they normally do and turn this into an adventure. They decide hanging around, waiting to either become part of a giant barbecue or zombie bait, just isn’t part of their lifegoals and head out for one last adventure before the end of the world catches up with them. They want to face the biggest challenge of all time and embark on a journey to the one thing John Earl and Luke have to look forward to in life, some fine Kentucky Bourbon. Anna? Well, not so much, she’s a vodka kind of girl but sometimes you have to sacrifice for those you love, right?

**Warning some adult language and situations, violence, and a strong possibility of alcohol consumption may or may not be found in the contents.

Tequila or Death: Staying Ahead of the Dead: The Drinking or Death Set Volume Two

by Simon Leslie

When meteors carpet bomb the Earth, a man and his sister must make a choice. In a land with no corn for producing moonshine, the only other option is cactus. They just have to get past the zombie horde. Their goal is tequila or death.

**Adult language**

The Dream Cycle

by H.P. Lovecraft

“[Lovecraft’s] dream fantasy works are as terrifying and haunting as his tales of horror and the macabre. A master craftsman, Lovecraft brings compelling visions of nightmarish fear, invisible worlds and the demons of the unconscious. If one author truly represents the very best in American literary horror, it is H. P. Lovecraft.”
â??John Carpenter, Director of At the Mouth of Madness, Halloween,


by Campbell Crosby

Flid is a psychological horror novel.

Benjamin is an introverted, obsessive court stenographer who lives on the fringes of society. His one true companion in life is his mother, a woman of staunch faith who is dying of lung cancer.

Benjamin tends to her care in a degraded flat and as he witnesses her slow, painful demise, he begins to question the faith that she had given herself to, along with the injustice of world where so much depravity goes unpunished, whilst his mother must endure such suffering.

Resentment toils inside him until it becomes him and a he will surely lose his mind.

Umbral (Spanish Edition)

by Cesar Mondaca

Un psicólogo comienza investigar supuesto suicidio y desaparición de su hermanastro. Descubre después que no es el único caso, que los patrones se van repitiendo en la cual los cuerpos “se esfuman”. Todo se resuelve cuando un paciente de él, comienza a manifestar los síntomas que llevaron a las otras víctimas al extraño desenlace. Este paciente será la clave para resolver el misterio, pero también será la clave para ser testigo de una una terrible revelación existencial. Umbral es una novela de terror psicológico, en donde el lector poco a poco queda envuelto en trama, despertando el miedo ancestral a la muerte.

Villains of the Apocalypse: A Secret Apocalypse Story

by J. L. Harden


Before the Oz Virus took overâ?¦

Before the Nationwide Quarantineâ?¦

Before 22 million people died…

It began in the desert.

Villains of the Apocalypse is a short story set before the events that take place in THE SECRET APOCALYPSE. It is approximately 8,000 words long.


by Josephine Pearce

A terrifying modern ghost story: MR James reimagined for 21st century London. Clare, a young career woman living alone in North London, befriends a strange old lady, who draws her into a world in which everyday objects are imbued with a sinister and overwhelmingly malignant power … the first in a number of stories by the mysterious and reclusive Josephine Pearce.

The Conan Mythos

by Robert E. Howard

Conan was born on a battlefield and is the son of a village blacksmith. Conan matured quickly as a youth and, by age fifteen, he was already a respected warrior who had participated in the destruction of the Aquilonian outpost of Venarium. After its demise, he was struck by wanderlust and began the adventures chronicled by Howard, encountering skulking monsters, evil wizards, tavern wenches, and beautiful princesses. He roamed throughout the Hyborian Age nations as a thief, outlaw, mercenary, and pirate. As he grew older, he began commanding larger units of men and escalating his ambitions. In his forties, he seized the crown of the tyrannical king of Aquilonia, the most powerful kingdom of the Hyborian Age, having strangled the previous ruler on the steps of the throne. Conan’s adventures often result in him performing heroic feats, though his motivation for doing so is largely to protect his own survival or for personal gain…

Tales of the Weird Southwest

by Robert E. Howard

Awesome occult western adventure, from the master of strange fiction, Robert E. Howard!



In the Darkness

by Rossella Romano

In early September, Cristina spends a few days tidying a centuries-old mountain lodge inherited from her elderly great-aunt. She still hasn’t decided whether to keep it or sell it: the village it belongs to is now inhabited only during summer, and Cristina, every evening, is forced to go back to town.

She isn’t able to spend not even one night there, and it seems impossible to live in it in total solitude, as her aunt Terzilia did for years. Nothing, not even the reassuring presence of her two pets, a dog and a cat, can dampen the slight sense of unease that takes possession of her every time she stays at the windows overlooking the woods, made gloomy by imminent autumn.

Until the first of a packet of love letters, quite in contrast with the image of fierce independence of her great-aunt, forces her to wait till midnight to read the next …

A short story of 15.000 words, on the supernatural, which takes place on the same days I wrote itâ??of course, after sunsetâ??influencing myself to the point of being forced, a couple of times, to turn on the light to move from one room to another, just as it happens with Cristina.

Happy reading.

Italian Customer Reviews:

5.0 out of 5 stars “Beautiful” September 25, 2014

“Beautiful wonderful, sad, yes… but so amazingâ?¦ to take you to experience the story as if you were the protagonist. This story was a surprise… A pleasant diversion between the jumble of stories so similar, and unoriginal that follow each other in these days. Romantic and imaginative, I recommend it… it’s a breath of fresh air. Compliments to the author!”

5.0 out of 5 stars “A jewel of self-publication” September 20, 2014

“Beautiful, absolutely a little pearl of self-publication. Wonderfully written, able to enchant and capture. We live in anguish and desire together with Cri, letter by letter. The author has the rare ability to tell a story well, so from the first lines boundaries become clear and situations and characters come alive. Highly recommended, it is a small masterpiece. A work that deserves to emerge and climb bestseller lists. Vivid compliments to the author.”


by J.D. Fortier

Jenna Paxton, a smart attractive woman, was beset with insecurities and fears right from age of four. Abandoned by her parents, and left to be raised by an acquaintance of her mother’s, she struggled throughout her teens dealing with her unresolved emotional issues, never feeling worthy of love. Andrea, her best friend, supports her and encourages her to move forward with her life. Jenna meets Gary, falls in love, marries him, and one day he dies unexpectedly.

MYSTERY: A Mass Murderer – Bloody Vengeance: (Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Suspense Crime Thriller, Murder) (ADDITIONAL BOOK INCLUDED ) (Suspense Thriller Mystery, Serial Killer, crime)

by Sara Wood


Raki Maheson born of a low cast mother and Tamil father in the town of Salli, on the north- easterly tip of Sri Lanka occasionally invaded by the rebel forces of the Tamil Liberation fighters. All his salient traits of his personality are traceable to his strong low cast roots.which despises compromise and forbids diplomacy, contempt for privilege, love of argument, distrust of the religion and faith in humanist logic. These were some of the characteristics of the rugged folks of the Salli district from whom Raki sprang. A number of them, too, are readily prone to mental disorder of one kind or another.

On February 1985 Raki was arrested at his Orrs Hill home, after human remains had been identified as the cause of blocked drains. Within days he had confessed to fifteen gruesome murders over a period of four years. His victims, all young call girls, had never been missed. It is a story of a singular relationship between a mass murderer and society as some of the victims could have been spared, had the police been more efficient


Returning home to his homestead from the big city, middle aged Roy Travis Klyne and his friend and closest neighbor, Bates find something was strangely wrong in the household. His wife Louise, was sprawled on the floor barely able to breathe her clothes were in tatters she had bled profusely.

It took all his self-discipline to stop himself jumping up and grabbing her. There was a great bruise under her right eye, and her nose had been bleeding. A thread of black blood crept drily from the corner of her mouth, down across her chin, on her neck. And there were deep scratches around her throat.

He realized that Bates had also seen it at the same moment, hearing the strangled gasp, and feeling the man’s body tense in the chair beside him, ready to leap up. Klyne reached across and seized his arm, squeezing it with all his strength.

They both heard her rant “They have murdered your wife and raped us repeatedly and almost killed me, they were not men but beasts.” She sobbed.

“Who were they?”

They were men from your past, seeking vengeance, they said they gave what you deserved.” She said pointing to the bedroom with a final gasp she dropped her head as the last breath went out of her.


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