Saturday #FrightNight: Free Amazon Kindle Horror for Dec 28, 2019

Saturday Night is #FrightNight


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Free horror storiesInk Stains, Volume 11

Betrayal. Revenge. Death.When all trust is gone, what is left is a dark, festering hole in one’s soul.
For some, this paralyzes them. They are caught in a loop of regret and fear to the point they are unable to function, leaving them with a shell of their previous life. For others, the darkness grows until it renders them unrecognizable, and their actions become unconscionable. Authors Ben Gamblin, Lynda Greenfield, David O’Hanlon, Katherine Peck, Patrick Roesle, Vincent Stoia, and Nicole Tanquary take readers on a journey down a path of fear to both the known and unknown, as their characters struggle with what they are willing to do to preserve their everyday lives and what happens when betrayal threatens to unravel it all.
Free horror stories on AmazonThe Tale of Storm Raven

Nick, a London musician and bookstore manager, falls for a goth beauty he meets online. However, Suzy has a problem. No one believes a ghost is gradually taking over Suzy’s life, until Nick and his friend Zac start to investigate. But is it too late though for Suzy, who is gradually spiraling into a sordid decline?
Free horror novels for KindleThe Ghost of Ireland Cottage

"Tell me you're kidding," Tara Buckley says when her husband tells her that they've been invited to a weekend at Ireland Cottage for a pre-Christmas celebration.

Unfortunately, Jason isn't kidding.

So, reluctantly, Tara packs their bags and they head off.
Tara doesn't like Jason's boss, Patrick Ireland. She doesn't like his timid, boring wife, Bridget. The kids, Ryan and Holly, aren't happy either: they have plenty of other things they'd rather be doing! But it's important to Jason, seeking to buy into Patrick Ireland's lucrative business model. Jason knows that Patrick needs his intellectual property -- and he's hoping to use this weekend to land himself a well-heeled future.

Amid the Christmas celebrations, Patrick Ireland is scheming. He wants Jason's expertise, yes -- but he doesn't want him. He plans to land his fish this weekend, and his wife Bridget and scrawny little daughter Erin had better toe the line.

When the Buckleys arrive at Ireland Cottage, they discover with shock that there's a tragedy in Patrick Ireland's past that they knew nothing about. Tara grits her teeth and plays the game, while her two children go exploring.

What Ryan and Holly discover will make the weekend one of ultimate horror -- and reveal the dark past that Patrick Ireland is trying to hide.

There's blood in the snow and a killer behind the next door. But for Bobbie, there's also nowhere left to run...

When she takes a room at the rundown Castle Crown B&B, all Bobbie wants is to get some sleep and make a tough decision about her future. Unfortunately, the B&B's other guests won't give her any peace, and Bobbie soon realizes that she's stumbled into a world with its own rules. Who is the mysterious bandaged woman? Why is there a dead man in the bathtub? And is something deadly lurking in the basement?

Before she can leave, however, Bobbie learns that the city of Canterbury is being terrorized by a mysterious figure. Every time snow comes, the Snowman claims another victim, leaving their blood sinking into the ice. If Bobbie leaves the B&B and ventures out into the empty streets, she risks becoming his next target. But if she stays, her soul might be claimed by an evil force that will do far more than simply end her life...
The Little Crow

Detective Jamison Landry’s job isn’t easy. He’s dealt with the worst criminals imaginable and believes in his work and the community he serves. But he’s never met someone quite like Mal before.

The mysterious man, rescued from a basement in which he was chained by cultists, keeps Jamison guessing. He both confuses and excites him, and Jamison isn’t sure how he feels about that. Plus, things turn from unusual to downright strange when people start insisting Mal isn’t quite human. And Jamison’s creepy dreams of crows and graveyards don’t make things any better for him.

Will Mal stay around long enough for Jamison to figure out his secrets, or will this stranger leave him aching for more?

This edition also includes the short story sequel, The Broken Butterfly.

Carter is closer than ever to solving his latest cold case, but his disturbing dreams seem to be a warning to stay away from the truth. The victim, Jacob, deserves justice, and Carter can’t let a few bad dreams get in the way of that. When he goes to Malphas and Jamison for help, Carter learns that his dreams are more than they seem. What he learns is enough to send Malphas running, and as much as Carter wants to go with him and Jamison, he knows he can’t abandon Jacob so easily. Malphas says Jacob is being held by a powerful demon, and Carter knows he’s not in the business of doing favors for humans who aren’t Jamison. But to free Jacob, Carter is willing to do just about anything to convince Malphas to help him, even if it means making a deal with the devil.
New Releases for KindleUnlimited
New Horror Releases for Kindle UnlimitedThe Monsters We Forgot, Volume 1

Have you heard the grisly truth about the real tooth fairy?
Or why certain children must never play in the rain?
What about the witch who lives in the projects?
Do you know the real reason we no longer recognize the ancient constellation Noctua?
Or the secret history of Canada’s most tragic monster?
Did you hear about that creepy tape that cures loneliness forever?
Or the weird pet with the big eyes, gorgeous fur, long stinger, and otherworldly powers?
A demonic wolf that hunts its quarry to the ends of the earth…
An inhuman abomination hidden deep in the Mexican countryside…
A bloodthirsty spirit perpetuating the brutal horrors he committed in life…
A beautiful god with a single, horrific command…

These are just a few of the monsters we forgot.

Within the 128,083 words of Volume 1, you’ll find a treasure trove of myths, legends, folktales, urban legends, historical accounts, and stories about horrors, both ancient and modern, that have been hidden, ignored, or forgotten entirely.
A Long Way From Ordinary

“There’s gold in them there hills!” … and something deadly, too.

Danger the likes Boone McCreery has never seen is brewing in the Black Hills. Fresh in from Santa Fe, he’s returned to Deadwood to seek justice for his uncle—and maybe to see about a girl. Little did he know his search for justice would have him stumbling into a hornets’ nest beyond his worst nightmare. One thing is for certain, the trouble he and his compadres chance upon deep in the trees is a LONG way from ordinary.

Kick up your spurs and enjoy another rip-roaring, wild ride with Boone, Rabbit, Clementine, and Hank through the pages of the second book in the Deadwood Undertaker series.
Rag Doll Bones

Their mothers told them monsters weren’t real, but they were wrong.

It’s the start of summer vacation in 1983. Twelve-year-olds Ashley and Sid are excited for three months of swimming at the pit, playing arcade games, and getting lost in the woods.

But the woods aren’t safe.

Kids are going missing in their small town.

One of them has been found dead. The cops are indifferent, the parents are clueless, and a summer of fun Is slowly turning into a summer of terror.

Sid and Ashley have come face to face with the monster, more boy than creature, and are desperate to reveal it.


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