Free horror Kindle books for 16 Nov 18

Necrogenesis

by Justin Hunter

The book of flesh and bone is formed



The Vampire Queen (A Vampire King Novel Book 2)

by Louise Blake

Isis French has been through so much lost her future father in-law to a mysterious force. Even though she has lost her future father in law so much has been gained. With betrayal around her she has having trouble trusting those around her. As time progresses a lot happens throughout the book. As long as you have love, and the male who loves you anything is possible you can make it through anything.



The Pool

by Tyler Regan

I have regrets. Sure, I regret kissing that guy on that day. But my regrets are bigger. Darker. Deeper. And this regret, the life I did not guard, is after mine.



My Beard was a Yuletide Serial Killer!

by Dale M. Chatwin

It begins like every other Christmas story that has never happened, with a storm and a dead body.

On the first day of December the quiet fishing village of Mevagissey, Cornwall is plagued by a supernatural storm. In the aftermath, a series of bizarre and gruesome Christmas related murders begin to occur. During this spate of Yuletide horror the aquarium manager Leif Fabian is struggling to understand why his beard is growing at such a fast and uncanny rate and why his friends are unnecessarily dying around him. Also, his dreams are being haunted by the ghost of a horse of Christmas past.
Could it all somehow be connected?
It’s not long until Leif discovers a terrifying truth about the forest of follicles on his face and events start to take a very weird and treacherous turn. Can he stop his beard from killing again or will he be boiled alive in a cauldron of mulled wine on Christmas Day?

This Christmas horror has a hairy disposition!



This Other World

by Anders Henning Frodhe

This pulsating short story is unlike any other. It grips from the start like a clenched jaw embedded in the throat, and doesn’t let go. Is this what the world has been waiting for? Absolutely… the perfect story for a new age.



Psychic Surveys Book One: The Haunting of Highdown Hall: A Gripping Supernatural Thriller

by Shani Struthers

Have you discovered the bestselling Psychic Surveys series yet? 

An Amazon US/UK Top 100 Bestseller: #1 Ghosts, #1 Occult, Ghosts & Haunted Houses, #1 British Detectives


The latest in a long line of psychically gifted females, Ruby Davis, can see through the veil that separates this world and the next, helping grounded souls to move towards the light – or ‘home’ as Ruby calls it. Not just a job for Ruby, it’s a crusade and one she wants to bring to the High Street. Psychic Surveys is born. 

Based in Lewes, East Sussex, Ruby and her team of freelance psychics have been kept busy of late. Specialising in domestic cases, their solid reputation is spreading – it’s not just the dead that can rest in peace but the living too. All is threatened when Ruby receives a call from the irate new owner of Highdown Hall. Film star, Cynthia Hart, is still in residence, despite having died in 1958. 

Winter deepens and so does the mystery surrounding Cynthia. She insists the devil is blocking her path to the light long after Psychic Surveys have ‘disproved’ it. Investigating her apparently unblemished background, Ruby is pulled further and further into Cynthia’s world and the darkness that now inhabits it. For the first time in her career, Ruby’s deepest beliefs are challenged. 

Does evil truly exist? And if so, is it the most relentless force of all? 

Download the first in the series today or read for FREE on Kindle Unlimited.

Discover the bestselling Psychic Surveys series today:
Psychic Surveys Book One: The Haunting of Highdown Hall 
Psychic Surveys Book Two: Rise to Me 
Psychic Surveys Book Three: 44 Gilmore Street 
Psychic Surveys Book Four: Old Cross Cottage 

Psychic Surveys Book Five: Descension 

Psychic Surveys Book Six: Legion DUE SPRING 2019

Psychic Surveys Companion Novels 
Eve: A Christmas Ghost Story

Blakemort 

Thirteen

Rosamund DUE SPRING WINTER 2018



The Sun My Destiny

by Logan Ryan Smith

“My name’s King Clyde The Destroyer and I’m fourteen-years-old and I’m tough as nails and I’ve lived in a dump my whole life…”

Meet Clyde, a little boy whose whole world has been trash since the day he was born. In the massive garbage dump he calls home, Clyde navigates a dangerous landscape of trash mountains and the ever-present dread of what lies out there in The Great Beyond – the cracked and lightning-kissed land outside his Kingdom where he has never ventured to go. Within those walls, Clyde rules over the land as King, imagining himself a Hollywood stuntman as he “races” cars around The Used Car Lot, reading books at The Library, or reminiscing about long-lost family vacations while at The Memory Palace. Beyond those walls are dangers unimaginable, such as the gruesome monsters Clyde’s mother warned him about – the ones that will eat his face off if he dares step foot beyond the Kingdom walls. But that’s not the only warning his mother gave, for there’s always the danger of invading Out-of-Towners – gasmasked nomads known to roam the dry land, stopping off at lifeless towns and garbage dumps to pillage for supplies and food, where anything or anyone could be on the menu. Yes, as a genuine momma’s boy, Clyde takes these warnings to heart, but when a new family of Out-of-Towners lays down roots in his Kingdom, things are going to change for Clyde who’ll soon learn to see garbage for what it really is – and where the monsters really live.



Complete Ghost Stories (Macmillan Collector’s Library Book 97)

by M. R. James

Montague Rhodes James (1862-1936) was an English author, medievalist scholar and provost of King’s College, Cambridge, and of Eton College. Though James’s work as a medievalist is still highly regarded, he is best remembered for his ghost stories, which are regarded as among the best in the genre. He redefined the ghost story for the new century by abandoning many of the formal Gothic clichés of his predecessors and using more realistic contemporary settings. H. P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith were admirers of James’s work. Michael Sadleir described him as “the best ghost-story writer England has ever produced”. Paul Theroux refers to “The Mezzotint” as “the most frightening story I know”. In his list “The 13 Most Terrifying Horror Stories”, T. E. D. Klein placed James’s “Casting the Runes” at number one.



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