Free horror Kindle books for 25 Feb 19

Zonbi Rising: (The Dead Ship)

by Allan Berry

After yet another catastrophic earthquake, the Neptune aircraft carrier is sent with an international flotilla to assist the beleaguered peoples of Haiti. There, hidden in the mountains, lie the remnants of a long forgotten evil. Released by the force of nature; the undead walk again. The colossal ship becomes a labyrinth of nightmares as its crew return, bringing with them a terrifying secret.

Armed to the hilt, the thousand plus crew must fight for survival against an enemy that is already dead. Adrift in the vastness of the ocean, The Neptune stages a battle that must be won at all costs.

No one can escape, no one can hide, no one is coming to help.

The Shopkeep : A Morbid Tale (The Morbid Tales Book 1)

by Zachery Miller

Cindy and Rachel break into a creepy old antiques and oddities shop. They’re just there for a steal and a quick buck, but what they don’t realize is that they’ve come for a whole different reason: the Devil’s Shopkeep awaits.
*The stories in The Morbid Tales series are stand-alone tales. There is no order to reading each book.

Pandemonium: A Dark Fantasy Adventure

by Sean Farley

Jackson Armstrong is blessed with an extraordinary memory and a young son who loves him. He is also cursed with a compulsion to gamble that has cost him nearly everything. While chasing another big win, Jackson is killed in a car theft gone wrong and finds himself trapped in Pandemonium, a hellish, urban netherworld where demons rule over man.

Before long, Jackson begins having visions of a mysterious portal. Convinced his visions are the key to escaping Pandemonium and returning home to his son, Jackson forms an unlikely alliance with Lilith, an enigmatic demon who has an agenda all her own. As the two are relentlessly pursued by an evil older than time itself, they must navigate their way across a brutal, fantastical landscape and find the portal before it closes forever.

“Pandemonium” is a dark fantasy adventure that will take readers to the depths of a richly imagined hell unlike any they have experienced before.


by David James Bright

When a mysterious fog sets upon the small town of Rowley, Pennsylvania, its residents quickly find themselves isolated from the world. As the thick haze envelopes their once peaceful town, all communication systems fail and residents begin to go missing. As order gives way panic, the town devolves into violent lawlessness, every citizen with a score to settle acting out their darkest impulses hidden by the cloak of fog. Amidst the chaos, Ben Dowling realizes something is terribly wrong. It’s not just how people are acting crazy; there’s something more. There’s something out there butchering people. Something that is evil and vicious. Something that is hungry. Ben and his childhood friend Elise venture out into the unknown and confront the shadowy figure behind the mist. Dodging the chaos in the streets they have only each other to depend upon as they try to save their hometown from complete destruction.

The Gate of Moloch (The Seven Gates Book 1)

by Allan Berry

The mysterious murder of a young student unites the eminent universities of Harvard and Oxford together in fear. A second killing, of a U.S. Army Generals’ son, brings the FBI into an investigation that spans three continents.
Wayward lecturer Eddie Jansen and his favourite students begin to realise that the deaths are a result of their research trip to Jerusalem, where they meddled in an ancient ritual designed to open the way to the underworld. Always a cynic of religion and superstition, Jansen suddenly finds himself confronted with the unimaginable consequences of their actions.
Three thousand years ago, the Temple of Moloch was a place of unimaginable horror and decadence where children were sacrificed and Demonic gods openly worshipped. The Temple was buried and the followers executed but the menace of the gate remained. Ignoring the warnings of a learned rabbi, Jansen and his students find their way into the temple and are coerced into performing the ritual that was believed to bring the Demon to life.
Believing they were only humouring a senile old man and hoping to make a rare discovery; the aftermath of their ceremony had them asking a terrifying question.
Are they being hunted by a psychotic cult, or have they created an opening on earth to the gates of Hell?

The Night Universe Collection

by Selene Charles

With over 2000 four star reviews on Goodreads alone!

The Night Series originally written as Marie Hall, I’m now writing as Selene Charles. Fully Completed Series! Written by the USA Today Bestseller of Crimson Night.


Welcome to the carnival of the damned. I’m one of the seven deadly sins, they call me Lust, but you can just call me Pandora. This is a story of darkness. Redemption. Hope. And betrayal I never saw coming.

A reaper’s found meâ??deadly to my kindâ??and though I know I shouldn’t be I’m as drawn to him as a moth is to flame. But I don’t have time to indulge in my fantasies of stripping him down naked and having my dirty, dirty way with him. Because there’s a prophecy going round. Real end of the world type stuff. And somehow this little demon is at the heart of it all. I’m thousands of years old, but I’m starting to feel like my numbers finally come due…

Book 1: Crimson Night

My name is Pandora, and I’m a Nephilim-half demon-what’s my other name? Lust. I’m the dark craving that drives you mad, makes you reckless and stupid. But I’m not all bad. I fight for light. People are starting to disappear and lately I’ve felt a dark presence lurking around me. I think it might be a death priest. And before the night is through I’ll be betrayed by the one person I thought I could trust.

Book 2: All Hallows Night:

Secrets and truths, lies and red herringsâ?¦ which is which? That’s what Pandora’s trying to figure out. And there’s no better time to do it than during Mexico’s annual Dia de Los Muertos festival. There’s just one problem… Zombies.

Book 3: Howler’s Night

Lies. Half-truths. A zombie Queen. And a really freaking dark entity known only as the Triad. The more Pandora learns the worse things seem to get.

“And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him…”


Welp…this is it. The end of the world. Somehow, I don’t think I made anything better, only worse. But now I’ve got allies, people I call friends and maybe, just maybe I might come out of this nightmare alive…or maybe I’ll turn into something darker than anything the world could ever imagine. Guess, you’ll just have to wait and see.

Marie Hall writing as Selene Charles is a NY Times and USA Today bestselling author.

Book of Death

by A.L. White

Evil hides in many places and takes many forms. For indie author Frank Stewart it came to him as a child and guided him through life. Hidden away in a dust filled room deep within his brain. Watching, waiting, and guiding Frank’s hands across the keyboard. Only when the lines of reality and fiction blur will the truth come out. Is it coincidence or is Frank foretelling the victims doom in his books


by Robert Puzey

Unaware of his own death, Rich a car mechanic, staggers up a deserted sepia colored High Street, through brown smog, on his way to – somewhere. He painfully travels over black landscape, along with other lost and confused souls; something deep within drives him to keep moving. Eventually, within the stone wall of an ancient amphitheater, his destiny majestically unfurls.

Miss Polly had a Dolly (Emma Frost Book 2)

by Willow Rose

Not for the faint-hearted

Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in cute outfits and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground, one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look at her Baby Doll again, she was gone.

Many years later Emma Frost hears about the disappearance of the little girl and learns that she is not the only one to have gone missing from Fanoe Island back in the nineties. As she digs deeper into the story, she soon finds herself entangled in a web of strange and disturbing events.

Warning: Contains graphic scenes.

Ë?Ë?Ë? Miss Polly had a Dolly is the second novel in Willow Rose’s Best-selling series about the Danish author Emma Frost.

Grab a copy today.

Trading Darkness: A Dark Fairytale

by Lisa Hofmann

Once upon a time, a demon from the depths of the earth decided to seek the light of love.

When human weakness destroys that love, a yearning for vengeance awakens within the ancient soul, and the fiefdom of Wildenburg becomes home to many kinds of men and monsters. A never-ending spiral of cruelty and sacrifice is set in motion. Over the centuries, wars, hunger, and witch trials cripple the little fiefdom, until one day, the reigning lord discovers that not even his own children are safe from the fiend his ancestors helped create.

There is truth at the heart of every fairytale, but a fairytale can quickly turn into a nightmare. Only one person has the power to break the curse that has befallen the land: a young woman who has lived all her life in darkness. Can she find enough beauty within the beast to put an end to the killing?

Sleepwalking: This is my story that should never be told.

by Mark Rodseth

Sleepwalking is a psychological thriller about Jack’s journey through the fine line between drugs and mental illness. During his journey he discovers that his darkness is a very dangerous entity.

This is a story about the edge of consciousness. The space between wakefulness and sleep; intoxication and sobriety; the angels and the demons; dark and light. This is my journey to this place. It is my horror. My twisted romance. My black comedy. My drug binge. This is my story that should never be told.

5 Stars

“Sleepwalking is an excellent “Bildungs Roman’ (Novel of development). The protagonist takes us on a troubled journey through a London madness – both with and without drugs. Development creates a compelling pace, a need to read on to find out more about extraordinary characters and events. Very strong language is acceptable in the context. Mark is an exciting talent to watch – I really look forward to his next work.”

“This twisted, funny, frightening story follows Jack through depression, substance abuse, music festivals, mental institutions, and the odd exorcism. Well-paced, with the pathos of a good mind unraveling set against a mix of self-deprecating and misanthropic humor, Sleepwalking is hard to put down. If you read The Singularity by Rodseth, you’ll be glad to see his dry wit is intact – with even better storytelling – in Sleepwalking.”

“Sleepwalking’ is an extraordinary read, at once very moving with humorous interludes. The protagonist’s journey from choking phases of darkness and finally into light, overwhelm the reader with horror, and then relief and hope. Sensitively written, with passages which concretise Jack’s anguish, and his final conquering of sleepwalking through life will resonate with many readers – young and old.”

“An engaging, humorous and intriguing read with vivid imagery and a familiar subtext of life during a short window of our twenty-something years. BUY IT!!!”

Touch of Iron (The Living Blade Book 1)

by Timandra Whitecastle

A magic sword. A fated quest. When the world is on the brink, one woman dares to defy destinyâ?¦

Is the Living Blade real or just a legend?

With itâ?¦ Prince Bashan could win back his kingdom.
Master Telen Diaz can free himself of the burden from his past.
Owen Smith sees a once-in-a-lifetime chance to gain untold knowledge.

â?¦ but for Noraya Smith, the Living Blade will bring nothing but suffering and sorrow.

“Realistic, character-driven fantasy that manages to both sever limbs and warm the heart.” – Kirkus Reviews

The Greenland Diaries

by Patrick Marsh

“It began with a drum. Then the monsters came. I’ve been hiding ever since.”

The following collections of journals were recovered from a caravan outside of Duluth, Minnesota. The exact date of recovery is not known nor is the origin of the speaker. The Bureau for the Restoration of History (BFRH) would like help in identifying the man who kept these records. This unedited record of events is still considered the most accurate history of the apocalypse that occurred on April 15th, 2011.

Martha Rookie Angel: First Task (A Dingebury Town Mystery Book 1)

by Lee Marsh

Martha Holly, a lonely woman in her middle years is astonished to learn she has work to do after dying in a car accident. Aaron, the angel in charge of her case, informs her she has to return to earth to help those in need, before she can go on to the next world. Sent to the small town of Dingebury, Martha must turn amateur sleuth to discover who is stalking Katie Brown, and who murdered her father. Laugh-â??til-you-cry, following Martha bumble her way through.

Gabriel’s Gift (Lexington Avenue Express Book 26)

by Jess Butcher

Gabriel’s Gift (a Lexington Avenue Express short story – 1,900 words)

The priest peered from beneath the angel’s wing and tried to focus his eyes. His breath was heavy with the familiar, sweet stench of alcohol, the residue of another evening filled with despair. Five teenage boys were moving about silently in the dim light of the choir loft. He’d seen them there every Thursday night for several weeks now, quietly observing them from his vantage point in the corridor hidden behind the ornate altar. The small window below Gabriel’s marble wing afforded the priest an excellent view of the gallery that stood thirty-feet above his sanctuary prison.

“Why are we whispering,” the chubby boy with a crew-cut giggled. He was kneeling, attaching a snare drum to a tripod stand. “No one’s gonna’ hear–“

“‘Cause we agreed, that’s why,” a taller boy with blonde hair in bangs interrupted. “We agreed we’d record here so we can use the Hammond, but it’s still a church.”

“Oh, man,” crew-cut muttered, but the priest was too far away to understand the balance of their conversation.

Father Patrick had come to Saint Vincent’s straight from the seminary. Twenty-eight years of desperation in the tiny Kansas community had reduced him to a sad caricature — comically lean, expression stern, eyes dark and void of hope.

The priest’s dream of contributing to the greater good of mankind had long since been abandoned. He spent most every evening sitting in the vestibule tunnel behind the altar. He drank himself to sleep there, seated at a small table and chair he’d positioned in the shallow recess between the Angel Gabriel and Saint Francis.

“Okay,” blonde bangs said softly, “help me hang the mike.”

Breathing labored, the priest leaned heavily against the damp marble wall and watched as two of the boys hoisted a third on their shoulders. From this unsteady perch, blonde bangs reached toward the heavens, attaching a small microphone to the dangling piece of piano wire that had secured the Star of Bethlehem last Christmas.

A distant hum signaled the Hammond’s first gasp. As the air continued to build in the organ’s air box, the priest could hear the other instruments coming to life; three amplified guitars and a small set of drums. The confused discordance slowly began to merge into the cover of an Animals B-Side and for a moment, the priest’s thoughts drifted.

The first time he’d discovered this ritual, Father Patrick’s anger had flared. He’d wanted to burst from his burrow, casting the sinners from the temple, but something had stopped him; he’d recognized one of the boys. Five years earlier, when he gathered the Saint Vincent’s sixth-graders in the gym to announce the tragic news about John Kennedy, the blonde boy had been among the students. To this day, the priest could vividly recall the emotion mirrored in the boy’s face as his innocence was pulverized into atoms by the weight of the spinning earth.

After many weeks, the driving melodies the boys played were becoming familiar to the priest but he largely ignored the music the band practiced. Instead, he found himself studying the faces of the boys, their expressions earnest, their voices full of conviction, full of life.

With a leaden sigh, Father Patrick sat heavily and leaned forward, pouring himself another generous portion of bourbon whisky. Absently, he dipped his fingers into a mostly melted tray of ice. The resulting overflow sent rivulets of moisture racing along the warped topography of his little table. The priest held the few remaining slivers of melting ice in the palm of his hand, watching them as they warmed and withered; like him, ever diminishing. He deposited the fragile reflections of his soul in the drinking glass and closed his eyes as the Animals-cover reached a discordant crescendo. The final note echoed through the church as the tune came to a somber end.



by Max Korben

Take a journey through the dystopian future and uncover a horrifying mystery involving robots, plasma throwers, hover-horses, and one heck of a bloody time. In the western town of Retineer, follow Oliver Evans, a local gang member, and Asa Krane, the town Sheriff, as they push on to reveal the truth behind the robotic madness that has been terrorizing their town. Even with their high-tech gadgetry and weaponry, they will face more challenges than they may be able to handle.

Moon Crossed – Part One: Part 1 of 6 (Crescent Hunter – Moon Crossed)

by Bella Roccaforte

Falling in love with a werewolf is a deadly gameâ?¦

Werewolves are battling a deadly disease, the moon-touch. They lose all humanity and become killing machines, never able to shift back to their human form. The Elder Wolves created hunters from the heart of an ancient werewolf to feel love and compassion for wolves during their time of greatest need.

Their purposeâ?¦ to kill infected wolves.

Claire is a werewolf hunter that takes her duty very seriously, but it doesn’t mean she always follows the rules. Living with wolves her whole life has been frowned upon, but she’s never crossed the line to falling in love with one, until she meets Cole.

Cole is fighting a lifelong battle against his cruel Alpha that is infecting more wolves with moon-touch to gain power. His love for Claire runs deep, too deep, and can get him killed.

Hunter and wolf, a dangerous combination inciting war, jeopardizing everything in their world.

If you like strong witty heroines on a journey of discovery, then you’ll love Moon Crossed.

One-click today to start the adventure with Cole and Claireâ?¦

â??â??â??â??â?? 6 Incredible stars!!! This werewolf hunter series has it all! Wolves, magic, dark twists, humor, love, hate…. This story is a crazy roller coaster with all the twists and turns to keep you hanging on until the end.” K. Solomon

***This book contains some adult language and violence and is PG13***

The first full season of The Crescent Hunter Series (Moon Crossed) is complete. Moon Wake, Season Two coming October 2018.

The Gate

by Michael W. Layne

Hell Starts at The Gate

A man wakes up in Hell–naked and intertwined with a hundred other terrified human beings who have also just arrived. After fending off a gang of demonic men and rescuing a beautiful woman, the nameless main character fights his way through a crowd of billions, heading for the only rumored means of escape.

With each passing moment, his wits and his sanity are pushed to their limits as he begins to realize that the inhabitants with whom he shares his damnation may be more dangerous than the devil who sent him there.

Perfect Little Monsters and Other Stories

by Amy Cross

A husband waits until his wife and children are in bed, before inviting a dangerous man into their home…

A girl keeps hold of her mother’s necklace, as bloodied hands try to tear it from her grasp…

A gun jams, even as its intended victim begs the universe to let her die…

Perfect Little Monsters and Other Stories is a collection of short stories by Amy Cross. Some of the stories take place in seemingly ordinary towns, whose inhabitants soon discover something truly shocking lurking beneath the veneer of peace and calm. Others show glimpses of vast, barbaric worlds where deadly forces gather to toy with humanity. All the stories in this collection peel back the face of a nightmare, revealing the horror that awaits. And in every one of the stories, some kind of monster lurks…

Perfect Little Monsters and Other Stories contains the new stories Perfect Little Monsters, I Hate You, Meat, Fifty Fifty and Stay Up Late, as well as a revised version of the previously-released story The Scream. This book contains scenes of violence, as well as strong language.

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