Saturday #FrightNight: Free Amazon Kindle Horror for Feb 15, 2020

Saturday Night is #FrightNight


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Free Horror Books on Kindle
free horror books for kindleExoskeleton by Shane Stadler

A convicted felon is given a choice following his sentencing ... Serve a twenty five year conventional prison sentence ... Or spend 365 days in a new, experimental corrections program.

He opts for the experimental program ... Only to realize he has made a horrible mistake.

A dark tale of science spun dangerously out of control, EXOSKELETON will leave even the most jaded of readers quaking in their boots.
The Spirit in the Crypt by Alexander Lound

When fifteen-year-old Jonathan Roberts goes out with his friends on a summer night, he doesn’t expect to be forced to enter a crypt by Francis Everton. To be forced to look at skeletons decaying in their graves.

To hear the voice, screaming at him. Screaming into his mind. Commanding him to leave.

What the voice in the crypt belongs to, he can only wonder. A demon? A ghost? It gives him nightmares for weeks afterwards. Of skeletons strangling him. And then, bizarrely, of a girl from his school, making the long walk across the graveyard and entering the crypt. Never to come out before his waking.

When he returns to school in September, he never expects to learn that something awful has happened to the girl, turning his fear to panic.

Panic which will force him to unravel the mystery of the crypt, and in doing so, many mysteries about himself.
The Box by Brian Harmon

When Albert Cross finds a mysterious wooden box waiting for him in the driver’s seat of his locked car, he has no idea that it will lead him on an extraordinary and terrifying adventure. With the help of his lab partner, Brandy, he begins unraveling the puzzle of the box, but each clue they solve leads only to more questions as they piece together a map of the complex, subterranean system that lies beneath Briar Hills, Missouri…and the strange and deadly labyrinth hidden deep within. Will they be able to discover the meaning behind the box? Or will the endless darkness and the things that lurk unseen within these walls swallow them forever?

A Perfect Canvas by Kevin Adkisson

When a wealthy, bad boy client offers real estate agent Paige Knight the opportunity to escape her humdrum life and follow her dream of becoming an artist, she jumps at his offer. But doing so unwittingly puts herself, and her husband, in the hands of the sadist, Nicholas Steele, a body modification and tattoo artist who sees Paige as the perfect canvas to receive his next masterwork.
The Outsiders by Brandon Faircloth

When Jason saw his grandfather, the renowned surgeon Dr. Patrick Barron, carrying a woman’s lifeless body into the woods, he was terrified. When Dr. Barron admitted to it and started explaining why it was necessary, Jason’s world would never be the same. He was now both the hunter and the hunted in a battle filled with otherworldly killers wearing human faces, fanatical cultists, and grisly rituals used to see into strange lands beyond our own.

New Releases for KindleUnlimited
Best new horror releases for Kindle UnlimitedIt Looks Like Someone You Know by James G. Boswell

Detective Francine Monroe, plagued by horrific personal tragedies and vivid hallucinations, must unravel the mystery surrounding a series of bizarre disappearances. What are the strange piles of ash found in places where people were last seen? Why do witnesses give dramatically conflicting reports of who and what they saw at crime scenes? Francine fights to keep her friends alive and her sanity intact as she confronts a force beyond human comprehension that challenges basic assumptions of familiarity and identity.
The Room Upstairs by Iain Rob Wright

You can't choose your family, but sometimes they're all that's standing between you and utter darkness.

Martin Gable is a boy becoming a man, but nothing can prepare him for the evil that has entered his home. A mysterious doorway has appeared on the landing outside his bedroom. Something is alive inside the mysterious room beyond. Something old. Something hungry.

As old resentments arise and home becomes a dangerous place, Martin must become a man and face down the monster his family brought home before it's too late.

The Ghosts of David Brook by Amy Cross

Every year, on the last night of January, the ghost of Catherine Bannister walks the streets of Alford. And every year, she claims another victim.

When he sets off for another all-night shift in his taxi, David Brook knows all the ghost stories about Alford, but he can't turn down the chance to earn some extra money. The pubs and clubs are still open, and he soon finds himself with a steady stream of passengers. Some of them, however, might not be quite what they seem.

On the outskirts of town, in the heart of a forest, there stands a ruined house. Who was Catherine Bannister? Why is her vengeful soul still haunting her old home? And as David is drawn closer and closer to the house, will he find a way to end the curse that has hung over Alford for so many years? Or will he become the latest addition to her collection of ghosts?


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