Saturday #FrightNight: Free Amazon Kindle Horror for Jan 18, 2020

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Free Horror Books on Kindle
Free horror stories on AmazonThis Poisoned Ground by Kristi Petersen Schoonover

They say you hurt the ones you love most.
No one ever talks about when they hurt you back.

Just after dawn on the hottest day East Providence has endured in a hundred summers, Todd, a bit of a ladies’ man, finds his prized rose bush dead. This is only the first in an ever-more-ominous series of events, and someone…or something…is trying to invade his home.

In the tradition of The Fall of the House of Usher, Ligeia, and Aura comes a gripping tale of love, lust…and regret.
Free horror anthologies to downloadInk Stains, Volume 12

They say that blood is thicker than water…but some family members take that old adage a little too far.

Our family and friends are the only things that stand between us and a frightening and dangerous world. But what if members of the “fam” aren’t quite what they seem on the surface?

They say that everyone has a hidden monster inside them, waiting for the quiet click of the lock that will unleash them. What do you do when you find yourself holding the key?

In the twelfth volume of Ink Stains, authors Adan Berkowitz, Michael Martin Garrett, James Harper, Marty Keller, Jamie Landry, K. L. Lord, Paul Lubaczewski, Jose Gabriel Siles, Lani Steele, and Alyssa N. Vaughn explore the secret hostilities and inner demons that lie beneath the seeming calm waters of those we love the most.

We may even find out how thick blood really can be.

Dark Voyage by Helen Susan Swift

In 1914, fear and paranoia rule the high seas. Young Iain Cosgrove sets sail for a research trip aboard Lady Balgay, the last of Dundee’s once-grand sealing fleet.

Fueled by rum and the crew's eerie tales, they obsess over ancient superstitions, which Iain dismisses as simple lore - until they reach the frigid Arctic seas.

Soon, Iain begins to question his beliefs. But none of them are prepared for what they are about face in the frigid, dark waters of the north.

The Nurse by Amy Cross

“Twenty years ago, something very bad happened in this house. But it's over now. I promise.”

When Rachel moves to a new house with her mother, she immediately realizes that something isn't quite right. Although she's blind, Rachel can tell that the stories about the house's past don't add up. And slowly, she starts to worry that someone or something from that past might still be around.

Soon, Rachel learns the story of the house's previous occupant, a troubled nurse who spent every waking moment caring for a sick old man. The nurse eventually lost her mind, resulting in a series of horrific murders, but have the events of that awful time truly been left behind? Or is something stirring in the night, something that only Rachel seems to notice?
Mr Classical by Dawn Peers

With the infected and undead bearing down on your door, how would you face them? If you could choose the ending to your story, what kind of hero will you be?

Monty doesn't want the world to end; he likes his life, and the majority of the people within it. He is not, however, going to get a choice in the matter.

Mr Classical gives you the story of Montgomery, a proud and independent man that realises perhaps he is neither as proud nor as independent as he first thought, when the citizens of the UK steadily succumb to the zombie virus.

Will Monty survive? When he catches a glimpse of what the world will become, will he even want to?



New Releases for KindleUnlimited
New Horror Releases for Kindle UnlimitedTree of Souls: A Collection of Dark Tales by Brett McKay

“It is not science that opens doors to other worlds. It is desire.” – My Third Eye

Includes the 2018 Crypticon winner "Ol' Betsy".

Eleven stories of horror, dark fiction and fantasy that will take the reader into worlds where a centuries old hanging tree feeds on the living, and a Lovecraft inspired tale of a mad genius opens a portal to another world filled with hideous creatures, and a pretentious travelling salesman is haunted by ghosts who have come to make him pay for the sins of his past.

In “Broken City”, a young man living life on the dangerous edge of drugs and violence is tracked by demons with a hideous agenda. In “The Lake”, a widowed man seeks solace during a two-week reteat in a cabin, but what lies hidden in the lake is about to wash ashore, and propel him into solving a mystery that will unearth unimaginable horrors.

Finally, “Deadman’s Pass” plunges you into an old western town, where a sheriff is tasked with rescuing a carriage of innocent people trapped in a winter blizzard, but the cold is the least of his worries. The beasts waiting in the dark and howling at the moon are hungry.
Hush Little Baby by Sean Kerr

Never take your life for granted or something may just take your life.

Sian and Andy have good lives, loyal friends, a beautiful home, and a loving family. To everyone else, they are the perfect couple in the form of the doting husband and the successful wife. But every family has secrets and Sian and Andy are about to realise that nothing stays hidden forever.

Some secrets are just dying to get out.

At what point does a career become more important than your life? When does work become more important than the one you love, or your sanity? Sian is about to find out because she keeps seeing things, dark monstrous things that hide in her bed. It feels as though every shadow contains a horrific secret, and no-one will believe her. Even her own mother thinks that Sian has lost her mind. To make matters worse, Andy thinks that her hallucinations are caused by guilt, and it is a guilt that is slowly devouring their perfect relationship.

After a blazing row, Sian is left alone in a house that feels hostile and dangerous. As darkness falls, Sian must face her guilt in the form of a horror more profound and more terrifying than anyone could have imagined.

The Beach House by P.R. Black

This vacation is about to turn deadly...
Cora's on the island vacation of her dreams: a private beach in paradise, a romantic proposal, and an eight-figure cheque following the sale of her new fiancé’s business.

When their island turns out to be not so private after all, Cora tries to make the best of a bad situation by inviting their strangely friendly neighbours to celebrate with them.

But it doesn't take long for her once-in-a-lifetime holiday to take a very sinister turn...

 


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