Free horror Kindle books for 19 Dec 17

Pandora’s Card Game

by E. E. King

Pandora’s Card Game Synopsis:
Fate, Destiny Chance and Luck play cards beneath a new October moon. A wind destroys their game and the cards begin to move.
Each card tells a tale. As the stories progress, they become darker and more hopeless.
Their brother, Despair, arrives with an army of Hate, Fear, Mistrust, and Envy.
The sisters and the stories face off against their brother his legions in the ultimate battle between Despair and imagination.



Beyond Where the Sky Ends-Dark Tales to Disturb and Engage

by D. S. Ullery

Fifteen dark tales from the imagination of D.S. Ullery to disturb and delight horror fans everywhere.



Zombie Moon Rising (A Peter Brannigan Novella)

by Claire Farrell

A Peter Brannigan novella
*Set in the same world as the Ava Delaney series*

-Peter Brannigan had forgotten it was Halloween until he noticed the zombie shuffling down his street.-

Before Peter met Ava, before Aiden became a consultant to the Council, unlikely allegiances were formed.

Their world has always been full of magic and darkness, but zombie attacks are out of even the Council’s league. Investigating the appearance of a zombie in his neighbourhood, Peter teams up with Aiden to find the perpetrator of black magic that few in Ireland understand, but he ends up facing choices that force him to question his own humanity.



Horrors of the Mind

by Travis I. Sivart

Three short tales of terror that leave you guessing if the monsters were from within or from without.



Seduced by Him

by Alyssa Breck

Kylie McAllister has it all until her world is shattered by the death of her husband, Jackson, in a car accident. After a year of grieving, Kylie uses the proceeds from Jackson’s life insurance to purchase a plantation home on the outskirts of New Orleans to start over with their daughter, Abby.

Confirmed bachelor, Ryan LaCroix, has no intention of settling down with anyone, let alone his best friend’s widow, but somehow Kylie and Abby find their way into his heart.

After discovering an old Ouija board in the attic of her new home, Kylie unwittingly opens a cosmic door to an incubus who pretends to be the dead husband she is so desperately struggling to let go of. She falls deep under his potent spell of delicious sex and malevolent obsession while he gradually drains her life to fortify his own.

By the time she realizes he’s an imposter, she is powerless to stop him. Together, with Jackson’s subliminal guidance and the help of a kind voodoo practitioner, Ryan and Kylie wage a fight for her life against the evil entity.

Warning: This book contains violent and sexual situations. Reader’s discretion is advised.



Torn Apart (A Secret Apocalypse Story Book 4)

by J. L. Harden

TORN APART – Book 4 in the Secret Apocalypse series…

The Oz virus continues to spread…

The death toll continues to rise…

Rebecca Robinson and her friends had one ultimate goal. Protect Maria Marsh. Get her to safety
They failed.

Now they will discover the Oz virus and the infected are not the only things they have to fear. They will discover there are many forms of evil.

Their worst nightmares are about to be realized.

Torn Apart is a Post-Apocalyptic Zombie Thriller. It is the fourth book in The Secret Apocalypse series.



The Caves of Ceres (The Age of Aether)

by Sawyer Grey

The first two expeditions to the abandoned Martian base on Ceres vanished without a trace.

Captain Allen Warren, Royal Navy, is determined that the third will succeed. When he reaches Ceres the ships of the first two expeditions are still parked on the landing field, but there is no sign of the crews except for a single dead man inside the base’s airlock.Within days Warren has established a camp near the airlock and teams have surveyed the main levels of the underground base. Everything is going according to plan.

But soon the expedition is rattled by rumors of voices whispering in the air vents and automatic lights that turn on when no one is there. People begin to disappear, vanishing in the night without a trace, while the remainder are torn apart by an epidemic of madness and violence. And down in the lowest level of the base there are warnings written in blood about the Great Old Ones.

Perhaps Ceres is not quite as abandoned as it appears.

The Caves of Ceres is a standalone novella set in The Age of Aether universe.



Knights of the Shield

by Jeff Messick

Detective Luke Graham was once a highly decorated top cop. When his father, also a police detective, is gunned down in the line of duty, despair burns in Luke’s heart, turning his life and career into bitter ashes. He becomes a pariah on the force. No one wants him as a partner because they can’t trust him to have their backs and everyone knows Luke trusts no one. He’s lost all faith in his fellow police officers, himself and his God. He’s a ticking time bomb about to explode.

On a case, Luke defies procedure and pursues a killer without backup, as his father did. He nearly gets killed.

But fate isn’t quite done with Luke yet. A serial killer hunts in the city and victims are falling to gruesome attacks and left always with the signature blue ribbon across their eyes. The ribbon is a message to a hidden agenda aimed directly at the cops, but no one can see it, except for Luke.

Saddled with a partner he doesn’t want, and tied to a hospital bed he can’t get out of, Luke nearly gives in to his despair. But then, from a promise he made at Death’s door, a spiritual ancestor from Luke’s past appears and offers to guide himâ??for a price. In return, Richard, a 1000-year-old spirit knight will repay his own debts of honor. However, catching a maniacal killer is more important to Luke than helping a depressed spirit from his family line.

Can Luke discover who’s behind the Ribbon Killer’s brutal attacks before Richard’s patience runs out and he cashes in Luke’s soul?



Rachel and the Fair Folk

by Dominic Miles

The body lay on the slab in front of Rachel, for all the world like a marble statue from a museum heist. It wasn’t like any other dead body she had ever seen and, over these past years, there had been more than a few of them.The body was slim, well-muscled and defined. Dead bodies often had that waxy quality she knew, but it was quite pronounced in this one and the skin was also very smooth and unblemished. He had long hair which was of a greyish shade, even though he seemed to be in his thirties or forties, with none of the wrinkles or sagging skin that were the minute and stealthy signs of age. He had a longish nose, arched eyebrows, and eyes of a fading greenish tinge. In short, his face had an otherworldly look, made even more outlandish by his ears. They were, to be frank, decidedly pointy.

Detective Sergeant Rachel Stevens was a veteran of the mean streets of North London and she’d seen a lot in her time on the force, but she’d never seen anything like this. And Rachel definitely didn’t believe in fairies.



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