Free horror Kindle books for 31 Oct 18

Vampires of Rome

by Peter Joseph Swanson

In 16th century Rome, young Giotto gradually remembers how he became a vampire and how his new life became magically entangled with history and two of the world’s most ancient kings. Memories surface, bringing insight about his own lost family. And all the while, he drinks free blood at the underground tavern and befriends a gallant barmaid, both of them destined to discover the blood’s true wicked purpose and source.



Ghost in the Cowl (Ghost Exile #1) (World of the Ghosts)

by Jonathan Moeller

Caina Amalas was a nightfighter of the Ghosts, the spies and assassins of the Emperor of Nighmar, and through her boldness and cunning saved the Empire and the world from sorcerous annihilation.

But the victory cost her everything.

Now she is exiled and alone in the city of Istarinmul, far from her home and friends. Yet a centuries-old darkness now stirs in Istarinmul, eager to devour the city and the world itself.

And Caina is the only one that stands in its way…

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Standing over six feet tall, Jonathan Moeller has the piercing blue eyes of a Conan of Cimmeria, the bronze-colored hair of a Visigothic warrior-king, and the stern visage of a captain of men, none of which are useful in his career as a computer repairman, alas.

He has written the DEMONSOULED series of sword-and-sorcery novels, and continues to write THE GHOSTS sequence about assassin and spy Caina Amalas, the COMPUTER BEGINNER’S GUIDE series of computer books, and numerous other works.



Wendigosis: A Paranormal Horror Novella

by Jack Norton

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Join five college girls as they visit the remote northern Minnesota woods for a weekend of camping, cosplay and chaos. What starts out as innocent fun, quickly descends into supernatural madness where nothing is what it seems. Are the young women suffering from psychosis or being tormented by a mythical creature? The Wendigo is a spirit creature popular in Algonquian folklore. The Chippewa and Sioux people believe that spirit possession drives unsuspecting humans to psychosis with symptoms of intense craving for murder and cannibalism. Hailed for its themes of feminism and empowerment, the author invites you to come find the place where fear becomes madness. Wendigosis is the latest paranormal horror thriller from Emmy Award winning filmmaker and musician Jack Norton.



Adversary

by Joel Green

Nathan Dreslin, professional con-man, was murdered and came back to life.

But he didn’t come back alone. In the corners of his vision lurks a dark, fanged thing that whispers to him…

Driven now by unearthly minions and pursued across the country, he must join forces with a scientist and a priest. Together they will unravel a horrifying mystery and confront a timeless evil that lies in wait in the Australian Outback.

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Adversary is a slow-boil psychological horror novel that leaves the reader questioning what’s real. There is a sense of crawling dread with the growing awareness that something is out there, beyond the circle of firelight… watching.



Creep Factor: Thirteen Deeply Creepy Short Horror Stories

by Amanda Luzzader

It’s the feeling that something isn’t quite right. The glance of a stranger that lingers too long. A coworker who appears out of nowhere. Creep Factor is thirteen deeply creepy short horror stories that explore the awkward, unnerving, and the terrifying. From backstabbing roommates to vicious pets, from murderous spirits to soul-wracking nightmares, Creep Factor covers the savagely weird to the merely ghastly.



Spirit Talk: (Book One of the The Fiona Series)

by Colleen McManus Hein

In 1985, Fiona is a young woman from the suburbs of Chicago on the doorstep of the tidy life her parents planned for her: college, career, then hopefully marriage and children. Never mind the dead relatives who speak in Fiona’s ear. Never mind Fiona’s vivid dreams which then play out in real life. They are not part of the plan.

When a series of misfortunes interrupts Fiona’s fate, she finds herself living with her grandmother in a remote town in northern Minnesota. Grandma Mary has been shunned by Fiona’s parents due to her profession: fortune-teller and medium. As Fiona begins to learn her grandmother’s trade, she is finally allowed to embrace and explore the beautiful gift her parents tried to deny her.

And speaking of denial, Fiona falls for the one man in town who is off-limits. As her psychic abilities unfold, so does her heart. But is it safe for Fiona to open metaphysical and emotional doors? Probably not, but Fiona discovers she has more courage than she knew.

Book One in the Fiona Series.



Sunburn

by Darren Dash

When three friends go on holiday to Bulgaria, protecting themselves from sunburn is their only real concern, but when they run into a nightmarish beast unlike any they’ve ever imagined in the forested hills far from civilization, their vacation becomes a savage fight for survival.

“The beast licked its upper lip, teasing dried flakes of blood, remembering other bright nights when it had hunted and killed and wallowed in thick red juices. The beast could manoeuvre in total darkness but preferred nights like this, when it could see the blood dripping from its fingers, the terror in the eyes of its victims, its guts shifting sinuously as it ripped with its fangs and swallowed.”

Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach, Sunburn will introduce you to a monster like none you’ve seen before. The question is — will you survive the encounter or will your torn flesh and splintered bones be added to the scattered remains in the creature’s rat-ridden underground lair?

EDITORIAL REVIEWS

“The story flows like a dream, and the characters are diverse, divisive and distinct. Mr Dash can not only create a thrilling horror, but the kinds of characters, depth and quality with which he completes the novel bring it to a much higher level. Sunburn is engaging, horrific and visceral, interesting and truly well-written.” Matthew R Bell’s Book Blog Bonanza.

“Vivid and unrelenting… Dash fully realizes the unnamed monster in all of its grotesque, imposing physicality… the novel offers captivating tension and brutal, gory fun.” Kirkus Reviews.

“I cannot go on enough about the book, how great it is and how entertaining. This is an author who knows how to make the readers laugh, cry and scream in terror. To call this a must-read is an understatement!” Kelly Smith Reviews.

“A well-written and disturbing piece of fiction that explores relationships and delves into the deepest corners of the human mind. The plot reads like an international horror movie, enticing the reader with a series of detailed and comedic chapters before exploding into a vision of blood-chilling gore.” Books, Films & Random Lunacy.

“This demonic masterpiece does not fail to disappoint even the biggest of horror fans.” Crossing Pixies.

“A violent culmination of love, friendships, hilarity, thrill, horror and sexâ?¦ Isn’t that what we all want from a good book?! Sunburn literally had me completely HOOKED. A brilliant and thrilling read.” Chase That Horizon.

“The elements of classic horror are very much present here. Sunburn held me firmly in the moment, demanding my full attention right to the very last page.” Thoughts Of An Overactive Imagination.

“Darren Dash builds up the suspense with skillful pacing and a healthy dose of literary restraint, wisely refraining from indulging in the most horrific and grotesque elements of the plot until the reader has become invested in the characters. The result is a horror novel that is suspenseful, fun to read, and at times, very gruesome indeed. It also contains some very good reasons for never forgetting to wear sunscreen.” Safie Maken Finlay, author.

“Like the Hostel films, they have a lot of set up and then shizzle hits the fan… and then hits it again for good measure!” Dark Readers.



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