Free horror Kindle books for 19 Dec 18

BANG! flicker…: a short horror story

by Gregory Dutcher Jr

This is a short horror story.



DNA: CODE FLESH (Part One)(The True Zombie War) (Dead Nations’ Army Book 1)

by Alan Dale

For years the planet was run by the New World Order, but not to its liking. After mandating the use of death row inmates as subjects in scientific experiments, the NWO has decided to tighten its grip through its greatest political decision. However, the experiment backfires, leaving the world in the middle of a war stuck in the middle of another war.

Two of those combatants, Bridjett and Shad Alexi, siblings, torn apart by different allegiances both work to find the common ground amidst a war that will soon grow beyond the parameters anyone would have ever imagined.

Having contaminated the “cocktail” used to keep prisoner test subjects, or SCRATS, alive, the NWO hoped to create an army purely under its command. Little did they know the “cocktail” would turn thousands of SCRATS into zombies and lead to a worldwide epidemic of undead walking the earth.

Led by Bridjett and the DNA roving army, the survivors, mostly trapped in various gated communities around the world, await the replenishment of food, medications, and supplies in order to survive the constant threat of zombies on the other side of the wall.

What the DNA didn’t expect was the NWO’s need to feed the new undead army to keep them compliant. Only what they don’t know is Shad Alexi’s plans to give the people a fighting chance, even if it involves going against the NWO he fights for. Now, a war for the lives of the remaining humans on earth is waged as government and survivors, battle for the right to claim control for the lives of the people.

The Dead Nations’ Army trilogy begins with Code Flesh which examines the origins of the scrat infection and its ultimate growth. It also discusses the many issues that face the world today, such as how the have nots sustain themselves in a world gone dead, the different groups that ultimately arise from the apocalypse, and of course, how to destroy the NWO.

The “Dead Nations’ Army” series is not just about me writing a book to sell and become a FT author. It is about performing my civil duty to educate. Disagree? Sure. Agree? Great. But either way, pay heed, and use whatever information you choose. On July 5, if the full novel for DNA Book 1: Code Flesh does not have a publisher we will self publish. Until then, please support, and read, and spread the word. The army is here…the Order is here…long live the zombies….for we are them and they are us.



Swamp Gothic 2: 13 more tales of terror from down on the bayou

by Robert Pickering

Following on the success of Robert Pickering’s first Swamp Gothic collection of short horror set in the bayous and marshlands of South Louisiana, he has produced a second collection of an additional 13 stories. Whether it’s a good ol’ fashioned ghost story you’re looking for, or something more along the lines of a psychological thriller, this book has a little something for everyone. And always remember, if you choose to go out in the swamp at night, be careful, you never know what you might come across.



Dark Tales of Dagothar (The Oraclon Chronicles Book 0)

by Jason Breshears

They came by night while they were away on patrol. Taking away his two boys, they ate his wife. His was not the only family destroyed. Several men unwisely pursued the foul beasts back to their tower lair in the swamp bordering Dimwood. They did not survive. The ancient witch had lured many to their deaths throughout antiquity. She was a scion of a brood from the Old World before the Scattering, long prior to the Cataclysm and even before the Age of Shadowed Ice. She once called the underworld her home. The witch of Yald’bok plants children in pots to harvest monsters…but on this day she stole the wrong seed.

This is a story of The Oraclon Chronicles. The witch’s history with the Minions and her wars against Dagothar are further detailed in Chronicle of Dagothar.
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He has walked the roads of Dagothar for ages. His people mastered war long before Men invented swords. Haunted by loss, driven by convictions deeper than humans can feel, he wanders through kingdoms on his journey fulfilling an ancient oath. Chief of the First People, of the blood of Ha’akathrals from before the Age of Shadowed Ice, he walks through civilizations in the Old World to the domains of men. Known to the feylorn, to the faeries of the great forests of Dimwood, Splinterdark, Treehelm, Enchandrus, Everleaf and Harrowood and across the wilds by those almost as old as he, Tal-Nik of the Beasthorn walks to a place where he had suffered the greatest anguish of his long life. He is thousands of years old by the time he went back to Cindereach…they should have left him alone.

Tal-Nik and the Kindread are featured in The Oraclon Chronicles.



Eleven Eerie and Edgy Tales: A Horror Short Story Collection

by M. Dee Dubroff

This eclectic collection of dark stories is tinged with traces of madness revealed, revenge served cold and dark humor intermingled with love and hatred. Within their core, lie more questions than answers, all of which should be addressed in the cool safety of the light of day.



The Passenger’s Omission

by E.F. Stockton

A young playwright, boozing and hiding in Paris from an experience in New York he can’t or won’t forget, makes an ignoble decision. It leads him to a near-death experience, months in the hospital, and finally back to a home and collection of people he’d intended never to see again.

Reconnecting with and manipulating old friends and enemies alike, the young man – known only as the passenger – sets a dangerous plan in motion.

The Passenger’s Omission is a literary horror novel that ferries the reader between Paris, New York and St. Louis, developing unreliable past & present timelines that may have led our fellow to his most audacious stunt: the purchase of the abandoned St. Louis city insane asylum.

While his efforts to convert it into a self-sustaining artists’ colony convey good intentions, it’s no mere philanthropy. The passenger will bend the artists to his own ends on a journey more fraught than his unwitting players might have conceived, in a relentless pursuit to mend wounds that might have been better left to fester.

Interfering with local politics and peering into anguished secrets buried beneath the city’s surface, the passenger uses new-found influence to move toward toppling the status quo, as well as pursuing another, far darker goal.



Avery Lawson: The Last Pureblood (Last Pureblood Series Book 1)

by DJ Small

She has a lot more in common with the animals she’s trying to protectâ?¦.

Avery Lawson has been a park ranger in Keaton, Oregon for the last year. It’s a job she enjoys, and she dreams of being a wolf conservationist. However life has other things in mind for Avery, and they’re delivered in the form of Rhea Davenport. A snarky tourist who not only catches Avery’s eye, but also turns her life upside down.

The first book in the Pureblood Series, Avery finds out truths about herself which rock the foundation of who she is. How she handles them, and Rhea, will determine not only her life, but also the fate of the entire supernatural world.



Greric and the Witch of Dimwood

by Jason Breshears

They came by night while they were away on patrol. Taking away his two boys, they ate his wife. His was not the only family destroyed. Several men unwisely pursued the foul beasts back to their tower lair in the swamp bordering Dimwood. They did not survive. The ancient witch had lured many to their deaths throughout antiquity. She was a scion of a brood from the Old World before the Scattering, long prior to the Cataclysm and even before the Age of Shadowed Ice. She once called the underworld her home. The witch of Yald’bok plants children in pots to harvest monsters…but on this day she stole the wrong seed.

This is a story of The Oraclon Chronicles. The witch’s history with the Minions and her wars against Dagothar are further detailed in Chronicle of Dagothar.



Crisálida (Spanish Edition)

by Laura Tinajero

¿Cuál es el sentido de la vida? ¿Qué hay más allá de la muerte? ¿A qué estaría dispuesta una persona para lograr la supervivencia? Una lucha titánica por conseguir las respuestas arrastrará a Priscilla â??una joven de una naturaleza excepcionalâ?? a cometer los más terribles actos para cumplir su eterno propósito.



Patient X

by Jessica Burdell

Jessica Jacklyn Burdell, known mainly and formally by her official monikers, Samantha Komodo and “Cheezi D”, is an African wild dog and African crime writer, poet and songwriter.
She has been writing series of more than many fiction/action/thriller series
books since the puppy age of five; with her most famous hits apparently
being “Lone Wolves” and her most recently self published, all anti-villain
main cast crime drama saga, “Lobo Thunder/The Hystericals”. So far, her
current writing ambitions include writing to express not only her
own physical emotions into her works, but also those maybe of other animal
beings around her in the world as well.



The Mask of Mr Le Noir

by Aline Riva

In 1900 Daisy Hatherley falls for Isaac Black, a gentleman thief who may – or may not – have signed a pact in blood with the devil.

She travels with him and his fairground, and as they travel, Isaac steals by night, aided by his companion Christian Maplethorpe, whose face is covered by a mask to hide scars from terrible burns.

When Daisy learns Christian runs the freak show, she is fascinated. And when he suffers an accident and is unable to work, she takes over the running of the show, disguised as a man who she names Raymond Le Noir. She soon finds Le Noir’s personality blending in with her own, and concludes he is simply a part of her that has never before had a chance to shine.

Then Daisy begins to wonder where her heart truly lies – with Isaac, or Christian.
But fate decides for her when old enemies conspire to murder Isaac. After his death, Daisy and Christian are shocked to see Isaac’s corpse briefly reanimate to name his killers.

Then, Daisy vows that she, as Mr Le Noir, shall avenge his death, in the hope that his tale of a pact with the devil is true – and she sets about tracking down the four conspirators, to hand the devil four souls in exchange for Isaac’s second chance to live on earth.

But time moves on and Daisy and Christian buy into a static fairground and set about creating a huge amusement park, and they fall in love and marry, life goes on with the vow she made almost forgotten…

Until one night she sees the image of Isaac Black reflected in a dark mirror, holding an open pocket watch, reminding her the time is approaching and the devil must have his due…



The Order of the Golden Dragon (The Grimm Chronicles Book 6)

by Ken Brosky

Book 6 of the award-winning Young Adult adventure!

Three dead Corrupted. Three mysterious golden coins. What is their purpose? Alice must find out, and in order to do so, she will need to use all of the skills she’s learned so far. She cannot fail. Failure means a fate worse than death.

Agnim the Mage haunts her dreams, using his terrible black magic to plague Alice with nightmares. Once a character in the Grimms’ fairy tales, his magical powers have stronger and stronger the more Corrupted he has become. He has foreseen a cataclysmic event that could mean the end of the world, and only the hero stands in his way. But in order to stop him, Alice will have to find him. And soon. Before Agnim steals her sanity and destroys her mind.

Agnim knows her weakness. He knows her fears. He controls her dreams. He is the most dangerous Corrupted Alice has ever faced. There is no guarantee she can defeat him.

In these trying times, only one thing is certain:

The Golden Dragon will awaken.

This book also contains the following Grimms’ Fairy Tales:
– The Thief and His Master
– The Golden Goose
– The Mouse, the Bird and the Sausage



Swamp Gothic: 13 tales of terror from down on the bayou…

by Robert Pickering

Sitting at Grandma’s feet on cold winter nights as you are growing up, and listening to her spin her tales of the Rougarou, the fifolet or the ghosts inhabiting the antebellum mansions along River Road it’s impossible for it not to have an effect on you. The perhaps unintended consequences in this case is that it produced 13 frightening tales related to the reader from a first person point of view, just as Grandma used to tell them. If there is one common theme connecting these uncommonly scary stories, it would be that each of them is flavored with its own unique blend of creole seasoning or Cajun spices. From the seemingly harmless “Miss Annabell” to a hideous, nameless, creature that walks among the rows of the sugarcane fields there is always something lurking just around the next corner. They also illustrate how even people who have grown up in and around the swamps know it’s never wise to venture out alone at night.



Christmas In Vienna (Christmas Nibbles)

by Jane Tara

A short read about the power of love.

Christmas in Vienna. Eva had always imagined it to be the most romantic place on earth. For years, she’d begged her husband Geoff to take her there. He refused. Geoff wasn’t the romantic type. But now that he’s gone, Eva finds herself in Vienna alone. It’s not at all what she expected, and just as she’s wondering if she’s made a mistakeâ?¦ she discovers that sometimes romance is delivered in truly unexpected ways. You just need to know where to look.



What Devil’s May Come (Devil Series Prequel)

by Rachel McClellan

A psychic vampire hunter meets his match.

Charlie, a psychic and an agent for the Deific, is on a hunt for the ancient vampire who calls himself the Dark Prince. The Dark Prince is creating new vampires and ordering even more to come to the city from all over the world. Charlie senses something terrible is coming, and it’s shaken him to the core.

Matters are complicated when he falls in love with Moira, a woman who can fight vampires better than most of his men. But Charlie’s not the only one who wants her. The Dark Prince has taken an interest, all because of a secret Moira refuses to tell.

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This is a prequel to the best selling Devil Series which includes the novels, The Devil’s Fool, The Devil’s Angel, The Devil’s Soldier, and The Devil.

“The first scene was all it took, and I was in love!” – Book Enthusiast, Amazon top 100 reviewerâ??â??â??â??â??

“It is a must read series! You won’t be disappointed!” – Clarissa â??â??â??â??â??

“Thought-provoking, dark, and remarkably suspenseful.”
– Rebecca Hamilton, NY Times Bestselling Author â??â??â??â??â??



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