Free horror Kindle books for 17 Jan 19

The Omitted Place

by Noelle Blanche

Radie Whyer lost her twin brother when she was twelve. Six years later, she starts having recurring nightmares about a young man who bears a strong resemblance to her, and becomes obsessed with trying to find him. As she follows the guide of several strange creatures who may or may not just be figments of her imagination, and is relentlessly pursued by a demonic version of herself intent on splitting her in half, she delves deeper and deeper into the freakish and deadly world of her own personal horrors, known only as The Omitted. Is the young man just a coping mechanism, or is he truly the brother she lost?

Birthday Curse: The Evil Clock A Suspense/Mystery/Thriller Novella (The Evil Clock Series Book #1) 2019

by Arthur Eli Fox

Suspense, betrayal, murder…

When Alex and four of his friends set off on a trip of a lifetime to Europe during spring break to celebrate Alex’s 21st birthday, they have little idea of the curse and terror that awaits them.
They plan on taking full advantage of Berlin’s nightlife in order to properly celebrate Alex’s landmark birthday with a lot of booze and fun. And their trip comes with a free place to stay right in the best spot in Berlin at Micky’s aunt’s gorgeous place. What more could they ask for?
They plan on making this trip one to remember but the cursed old grandfather clock at Micky’s aunts place has other plans. Do this group of friends find more than they bargained for? Is it a place that they will never forget? Or is it one that they would wish never to have visited? How many is going to make it back home?
Time will tell. Tick tock, tick tockâ?¦

The devil’s lair (The devil’s cult serries)

by Jessie Brumley

You want blood glore, even demons. Scott has make his choices while Josie’s life is on line while she turns In to the devil’s bride find out if the world goes to hell or not.

Crumbling Statue: A Short Story

by Megan Chadsey

The world has forgotten. It argues about truth when there is no one left to tell it. Now truth must pass back into mortal hands. Are you ready to know?

At the Mountains of Madness, The Call of Cthulhu and The Music of Erich Zann

by H. P. Lovecraft

This H. P. Lovecraft trilogy represents the best of Lovecraft’s writing. At the Mountains of Madness was initially rejected by Lovecraft’s publisher but is now considered a classic by horror fans. The disturbing, nightmarish story of a journey through Antarctica and a discovery of secrets hidden in a frozen mountain range has influenced writers and film-makers for decades. The Call of Cthulhu is a terrifying trilogy of horror stories that has influenced writers like William S. Burroughs, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas Ligotti and Stephen King. The Music of Erich Zann is a short story, one of Lovecraft’s finest.

Lifeblood (The 11th Percent Series Book 3)

by T.H. Morris

Jonah Rowe thought he had the 11th Percent figured out.

Spirits were real, and he had access to ethereal powers. He got that. But he hadn’t expected this: this was one threat too many. One revelation too many.

As ethereal monsters prepare to ravage Rome, Jonah is the only thing in the way of the ancient city being bathed in lifeblood. His survival depends on him confronting the one thing he never thought he’d have to.

His past.

Lifeblood is a standalone novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven’t read other books in the series.

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