Free horror Kindle books for 29 Oct 18

I’ll See You In Hell

by Damon Young

“I’ll see you in Hell” – to most, it’s just a spiteful throwaway line spit from the lips of condemned men into the faces of their executioners before they meet their end. But for these two men, professional killers with a bitter personal rivalry, it’s more than just a promise. It’s a covenant born in blood that will take their feud well beyond the grave, into the deepest, darkest pits of the infernal afterlife. And even an assassin who thinks he’s seen it all is not ready for what awaits him below.

The Sorrows of Satan: Gothic Horror Novel

by Marie Corelli

Geoffrey Tempest a penniless, starving author so poor that he is behind on his rent and can barely afford light in his room. One day he receives three letters. The first is from a friend in Australia who has made his fortune and offers to introduce him to a good friend who might be able to lift him from poverty. The second is a note from a solicitor detailing that he has inherited a fortune from a deceased relative. The third is a letter of introduction from a foreign aristocrat called Lucio, who befriends him and proceeds to be his guide in how best to use his newfound wealth. Tempest remains blissfully unaware, despite warnings from people he meets, that Lucio is the earthly incarnation of the Devil.

The Headless Horseman: Horror Classic

by Mayne Reid

The story takes place in Texas soon after the War with Mexico. Louise Poindexter, a beautiful newcomer, is courted by two men – the arrogant and vindictive Cassius Calhoun and the dashing but poor mustanger Maurice Gerald. Calhoun plots to eliminate his rival when tragedy strikes: Louise’s brother, the young Henry Poindexter, is murdered. All clues point to Maurice Gerald as the assassin. At the same time a headless rider is spotted in the environs of the Poindexter plantation.

Tales of a Different Kind

by Sheridan Bray

A collection of tales of a different kind: dark, chills, thrills and a couple to give you something to think about.

The Lord of Bones: A Horror Novel

by C. J. Faust

That feeling you’re not alone…
That chill at your spine…
That weight, like a stack of bricks on your brow, and it’s hard to breathe…
–That’s him. That’s how it begins. Then he drags you straight to Hell.

For working mother, Camille, it began nine days ago when her son, Christian, woke up screaming. Now every night is worse, darker than the one before. Now something terrible lives in Christian’s room, or else her eight-year-old is losing his mind. But that would mean a padded room for mother and son, because she’s starting to feel it too. Last time she could almost see what he saw. She could almost hear it crooning, hissing, rattling in the dark. And every fiber is telling her that something evil wants her son.

Affluent university student, David, knows how slippery the slope that slides away from sanity can be. The horror began for him nine summers past, with an event that traumatized a boy and shaped a man. Years of shrink time though, and a group of friends so close-knit they seem to know each other’s feelings, proved a fine fix. But now, something horrible is following David. In the halls at school–halls that don’t connect. In the alleys between houses–every house. Something has come to get David Franklin, and it wants those so-close friends of his too.

Spunky, black, and self-assured, Shireen Davis wakes on the morning of Friday, October 7 with a sense of expectancy–an intuition. She will meet someone today and this meeting will change her life. Shireen is a psychic, recognized among “the sighted” as being especially gifted. So, intuitions are not unusual for her. She thinks: Today’s the day, hot damn, I’m meeting Mr. Right! But what waits for Shireen is much more the bells of Hell than the wedding kind. Now these people will be drawn together in a desperate struggle to make sense of the carnage unfolding, and the suffocating darkness–the entity–that surrounds and pursues them. There is a system to damnation, but only if they can unravel the insidious logic will there be any hope of survival.


Breathless: Three Novels

by Lindsey Stiles

Boxed set of three bestselling suspense stories by Lindsey Stiles, including:

When a loving couple does a private adoption of an unwanted baby, their joy at having a beautiful baby daughter begins to turn to fear when this seven-year-old girl becomes spoiled and manipulative, and learns ghastly ways to get what she wants from her parents. She even breaks up their happy marriage and the ex-husband keeps a terrible, shattering secret from his ex-wife about their dark-hearted daughter. In the tradition of Mary Higgins Clark and Jodi Picoult, this chilling short story is suspenseful, fast-paced and darkly rich, one that will shock you over and over, and compel you to keep reading, as the story hurtles to its terrifying conclusion.

In this chilling sequel to “Mommy’s Little Angel,” Jade is now 14 years old and her mother, Rachel, is in a mental institution, after their horrific accident. Jade has been adopted by a nurse and a police officer. However, Jean has died of breast cancer, and Jade lives alone with Stan. Now that Jade is in high school, and beginning to get interested in boys, she worries about fitting in with older popular cheerleaders. When she agonizes to a teacher over a grade of B in her health class, and also feel jealousy over a senior girl who is interested in the boy who Jade has her eye on for the homecoming dance, the wheels begin to turn in Jade’s diabolical mind. What Jade wants, Jade gets, and by any means possible…

Melanie may not live to see her twenty-first birthday, when she will gain control of her mom’s fortune from her alcoholic, abusive grandfather, who raised her after her parents were killed in a plane crash. One night, she stands up to her grandfather’s abuse and accidentally kills him. Terrified of the consequences of her actions, she flees Wyoming to her friend Brooke’s place in California to hide-out and try to make a new life for herself. Encouraged by Brooke, who is a nurse, Melanie enters a short program in order to train to become a certified nursing assistant for a nursing home and develops a friendship with Rose, one of the elderly residents, a sweet woman with dementia who was a psychic before her mind deteriorated. Rose cryptically warns Melanie that someone is out to get her. Now, as the clock is ticking closer to Melanie’s twenty-first birthday, she must carefully choose who to trust and who not to trust…and face down a killer.

**Acclaim for the novels of Lindsey Stiles**

“Lindsey Stiles does a great job of keeping me on my toes as I tore through her very suspenseful and chilling novel! Definitely give this book a read! You’ll have a great time just sitting back and enjoying the horrors as they unfold.”
-C.J. Urban, bestselling author of DIARY OF A DEAD GIRL

“I thoroughly enjoyed Whispered Lies. Believable characters. Suspenseful action. A heck of a story.”
-Elaine Babich, #1 bestselling author of HONEYMOON WITH THE ENEMY

“Lindsey Stiles is fabulously talented. You’re going to love anything she writes.”
-J.R. Rain, bestselling author of MOON DANCE

“Lindsey Stiles is the new modern master of suspense.”
-H.T. Night, #1 bestselling author of VAMPIRE LOVE STORY

The Jewel of Seven Stars: Horror Novel

by Bram Stoker

The Jewel of Seven Stars tells the tale of Malcolm Ross, a young barrister, pulled into an archaeologist’s plot to revive Queen Tera, an ancient Egyptian mummy. Malcolm is awakened in the middle of the night and summoned to the house of famous Egyptologist Abel Trelawny at the request of his daughter, Margaret. Once Malcolm arrives at the house, he learns why he has been called – Margaret, hearing strange noises from her father’s bedroom, woke to find him unconscious and bloodied on the floor of his room, under some sort of trance. Margaret reveals that her father had left a letter of strange instructions in the event of his incapacitation, stating that his body should not be removed from his room and must be watched at all times until he wakes up. The room is filled with Egyptian relics, and Malcolm notices that the “mummy smell” has an effect on those in the room.

Moonfleet: Gothic Novel

by J. Meade Falkner

In 1757, Moonfleet is a small village near the sea in the south of England. It gets its name from a formerly prominent local family, the Mohunes, whose coat of arms includes a symbol shaped like a capital ‘Y’. John Trenchard is an orphan who lives with his aunt, Miss Arnold. Village legend tells of the notorious Colonel John “Blackbeard” Mohune who is buried in the family crypt under the church. He is reputed to have stolen a diamond from King Charles I and hidden it. His ghost is said to wander at night looking for it and the mysterious lights in the churchyard are attributed to his activities. One Sunday, while attending the service at church, John hears strange sounds from the crypt below. He thinks it is the sound of the coffins of the Mohune family. The next day, he finds Elzevir and Ratsey against the south wall of the church. They claim to be checking for damage from the storm, but John suspects they are searching for Blackbeard’s ghost.

Captain Mike’s Honolulu Fright Night Tour

by Ray Pace

Captain Mike’s Honolulu Fright Night Tour, an entertainment for the adventurous tourist, or an uncomfortable brush with death? Ride along with Captain Mike and tour guide Yvette as they bridge both sides of the darkened veil.

The Quay Avenue Bridge: A Ghost Story

by Phillip Garcia

DO NOT CROSS THE BRIDGE. The stories are real. It has been years since his accidental death, but the body of Denny Dennison will not leave, terrifying unsuspecting travelers and haunting the locals who dare go to the bridge at night. Now two kids fresh from their high school graduation decide to tempt fate and venture to the bridge one last time to see the dead boy.


by Dan H. Kind

When Prince escapes from the house during a 4th of July party, Wade and Maggie Mitchell figure the beloved family dog will be back after he’s had his fun romping about the woods. And after the party breaks up, Prince does return. Wheezing, whimpering. Twitching, convulsing, and foaming greenish goop from pulsating jowls. And there are…things…moving underneath the dog’s skin.

Maggie hustles the kids upstairs while Wade frantically searches the Internet for clues as to what illness the dog has contracted. And then hell straight out of a creature-feature erupts in the Mitchell family’s once idyllic household. Will Wade and Maggie be able to get the children out of the house safely, or will the worms devour them all?

Eye of the Moon

by Ivan Obolensky

Eye of the Moon is a gothic mystery of the finest order, Eyes Wide Shut meets Agatha Christie.”

Johnny’s legendary socialite Aunt Alice mysteriously died while reading The Egyptian Book of the Dead when he and Percy were ten. They have been kept in the dark about that night ever since…

Twenty years later, they are reunited, along with family and guests, for a weekend house party at Rhinebeck, the sumptuous estate once owned by Alice.

But Rhinebeck holds more than just childhood memories.

From the family butler, they learn that Alice’s story is far darker than anticipated, and will impact all their lives, particularly Percy’s, before the weekend concludes.

All who attend are ensnared in a surprising web of mystery, Egyptian occultism, sumptuous elegance, and intrigue, where family members, guests, and even the servants have their own agendas, and nothing is what it seems.

This complex and sophisticated gothic mystery thriller is a page-turner you will not be able to put down.

What readers are saying about Eye of the Moon:

“It’s gripping, intense, thorough. Everything I wanted in a thriller and then some.”

“This was such a surprise. If you like big house mysteries, Downton Abbey and Cluedo ‘who done its’, you will love this.”

“Eye of the Moon kept me engaged from start to finish. I read it in three days.”

“Eye of the Moon is a well written, enjoyable gothic mystery filled with secrets, treasures, twists and turns, and the paranormal.

“Truly magical! A compelling story, with an original plot full of mystery, colorful characters and unexpected twists and turns, that keeps the reader in suspense until the very end.”

“This story held me spellbound throughout.”

“Eye of the Moon is a delightful suspenseful adventure into a world of aristocracy and mystery. Lively conversations, wonderful, diverse characters and vivid detailing gives one a feeling of being there. Overall this is an intelligent read that keeps you turning the pages.”

“I could not stop reading as I was entangled in the many twists and turns, a fun and unforgettable read.”

“True to the promise it makes, it’s a book that kept me reading well into the night. It’s incredibly suspenseful and full of great conversations and characters.”

“It was a wonderful escape. The characters so solid and intriguing, the location and relationships absolutely entrancing.”

“I enjoyed reading it so much that I have already picked it back up! I could not wait to be back at Rhinebeck with my friends Percy and Johnny.”

“The book is closed, the weekend at Rhinebeck is over, and I don’t want to let go of the sense of mystery and magic that permeates the story and all its intriguing characters.”

“This is one of those books where you’ll have a sudden realization while flying through the pages that you don’t want the book to end. If there ever will be a sequel to this book, I’ll definitely read it.”

The House on the Borderland: Gothic Horror Novel

by William Hope Hodgson

On the third day of their fishing holiday to the remote Irish village, two friends stumble upon the ruins of a strangely shaped house on a large lake. They discover the moldering journal of the Recluse, an unidentified man who recorded his last days in the house before its destruction. He started the diary to record the strange experiences and horrors occurring in and around the house.

The Pillowbag: It was great when it all began

by Hyphen D


This Halloween, learn what made The Pillowbag what he is today, and hope that he doesn’t bury a butcher knife in you while you’re reading!




You’ve seen the videos at Now read the story behind the story, and hope that you can still find a way to sleep at night! Master storyteller Hyphen D crafts a tale that will make you laugh. It will make you cry. It just may haunt you for the rest of your life…


by Kit Tinsley


Beneath is a terrifying horror novel.

Dan Martin and his family move into a new home. Soon they discover an ancient chamber buried below the house. As the secrets of the area’s dark history come to light the family begin to experience frightening supernatural phenomena. Hooded apparitions stalk their garden at night, an unseen hand carves messages on their walls, and most disturbing, their neighbours start to die.

Opening the chamber has released a dark and evil force that existed eons before man. Can Dan Martin, a scientist, accept the existence of the paranormal in order to stop it? Can he protect his family? Violence, horror and death combine in a nerve shredding climax. Will they survive what dwells beneath?

This is the debut novel by English writer Kit Tinsley

NOTE- This is a 2nd edition of this book, it has been professionally edited, and all reviews that mention spelling mistakes and grammatical errors refer to the first edition

Frankenstein & St. Irvyne: Two Gothic Novels by The Shelleys

by James Barnes

“Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who creates a grotesque, sapient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment. Frankenstein is infused with elements of the Gothic novel and the Romantic movement. At the same time, it is an early example of science fiction. It has had a considerable influence in literature and popular culture and spawned a complete genre of horror stories, films and plays.
“St. Irvyne; or, The Rosicrucian” is a Gothic horror novel which retells the destiny of Wolfstein, a solitary wanderer and a disillusioned outcast from society who seeks to kill himself. After he is saved by the monks, he encounters Ginotti, an alchemist of the Rosicrucian, or Rose Cross Order who seeks to impart the secret of immortality.

The Shack Under the Bridge: Episode 3 (Chills)

by Gemma Lubbock

A walk along the beach proves a dangerous reunion for two old friends when they decide to have a look in the Shack Under the Bridge . . . A Short Story, Episode 3 of the Chills series.


by S.J. Hermann

Trapped in a house on Halloween with nowhere to run or hide, five friends must make it until midnight against a demon that roams the earth for souls for its master. Their trust in each other is tested when death could be inside anyone of them. As time ticks away towards midnight, who will survive and who will be dragged into hell.

Breaking Point (Under the Surface Book 7)

by Ashton Rogers

When Landon finds himself down on his luck and alone, he takes in a homeless man named Chuck. The two do their best to survive and get back on their feet. But, how bad can things get before one of them hits their breaking point? “Breaking Point” is the seventh story in the Under the Surface series by Ashton Rogers.

Southern Horror Stories

by Lisa W. Tetting

The mistreatment of slaves has caused the captives to fight back. Tired of the mistreatment, the slaves want revenge and blood. Follow six separate stories of betrayal, violence, bloodshed and revenge. These short stories show what can happen when people have been pushed to their limits.

In “Barren Plantation” find out why we use the word barren for people who cannot have children. “Caleb’s Stitches” shows how to turn the tables on a mad scientist. Climb inside the “Mind of Hope” if you think you can survive the insanity. Read about a spooky way station for escaped slaves in “The Underground Hell Road”. “Pirates of Slavery” is a bloody story of revolt, while “Slave Island” will lure you to a dangerous island that you can never leave.

Disclaimer: Not suitable for young children. Contains violence, sexual content and paranormal activity.

Dark Oak: Book One (The Dark Oak Chronicles 1)

by Jacob Sannox

Humanity has finally defeated the Dark Lord, but Morrick fought on the wrong side. Though he was a slave, he is branded a traitor and must earn the trust of new lords in order to return to his family – if they are still aliveâ?¦

Now that their common enemy is dead, the nobles begin to forget old loyalties, and Queen Cathryn’s realm looks set to plunge into war once more. But there are older and more terrible powers dwelling within the forest, and when they are awakened, Morrick will decide who lives or dies.


Wildfire (Wings of My Legion Book 2)

by Elizabeth Holland

“Our bodies, our breathing and our pulsing blood, all seemed to join in rhythm. My eyes could barely focus on anything but the faerie before me, but I did start to notice the stars in the window. Something about those stars, their shape or their glow, I wasn’t sureâ??they captured my every attention.”

Irene, with Lord Elliot by her side, returns home after being anointed Lady of the Wild. In her absence, the High Prince and his procreation have stolen Charlotte away, leaving no trace of her safety. Irene must journey to the realm of the faeries to save her sister, but eluding Elliot’s guard will prove difficult. And her legion is set to arrive within days.

The land of Skye Sorn is what inspired Irene’s favorite childhood tales; the myths of creatures unknown, the powers they possess. But magic is sometimes just as frightening as it is wonderous. Struggling with both her heart and her mind, Irene finds that the help of a wise enchantress is invaluable. And not only to her present journey but to the fate she cannot escape.

As she strives to find peace in her ever-changing world, Irene learns of a ritual meant to end the darkness that has clung to her being. It is the same darkness that once turned a kind prince into a villainous manâ??now incapable of love. With Cole’s guidance, Irene will release the dark magic within, returning it to the amulet she has long adored. And as she does, those who have been bound to it, beings from centuries of time, will also find their freedom.

Could the ritual, meant to steal the force that lingers within Irene, be too violent for her to survive? Or might the stone, and all its timeless magic, fall into the hands of a man seeking absolute reign?

The Ghost of Easel Isle

by jennifer james

James is a naive father who is desperate to make his daughter’s favorite holiday, Halloween, extra special. Realizing that his collection of decor is lack-luster, he decides to go on the hunt for something truly terrifying. He thinks he found the perfect hanging skeleton to scare anyone to death, but he didn’t realize how true that was going to be!

The Nightmare Virus: Desperation

by Charles Hash

Twilight settles in on humanity as the last vestiges of hope fade on the horizon.

Night of the Living Turkeys: A Tale from the Federal Witch (Holiday Tales Book 2)

by T S Paul

While Agatha is away the WereCat’s will play.

It’s Thanksgiving and Agatha Blackmoore is going home for the holiday. She’s leaving her best two teammates in charge of the Magical Division: Agent Catherine “Cat” Moore and Chuck, the team’s forensic technician. Usually holiday’s are very quiet but not this year. Something is stirring in the South and the turkeys are gobbling. Join Cat and Chuck as they find themselves wondering why the turkey crossed the road.

This is a short holiday tale that’s part of the Federal Witch Universe.

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