FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {02-09-2019}

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Circus Tarot by Charles W. Jones

Circus TarotCharles W. Jones

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4 Stars "This is not your typical walk in the park horror either! It is a creative twist with one of the most original settings I have seen in a long time!" – Kriss Morton

Inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Stephen King's IT, and cult movie classic Killer Klowns From Outer Space, Charles W. Jones brings the first installment of the Circus Tarot Trilogy. In the strange land of World Circus, Mary and Darrin discover they aren't in their safe, dull life any longer, but have taken the identity of one of the cards from the Circus Tarot. After a terrorizing encounter, resulting in death, they learn the bizarre rules of the land, and discover that the denizens of the sinister World Circus want more than to entertain them.

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Maniac on the Loose by Steve Hudgins

Maniac on the LooseSteve Hudgins

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Lock your doors. Bolt your windows.An extremely dangerous patient has escaped from the local psychiatric hospital.
Fearing that he'll lose his job if word gets out, the head of the hospital, Dr. Franklin Grimm desperately attempts to cover up the escape.
Meanwhile, there is a Maniac on the Loose.

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Little One by Timothy G. Huguenin

Little OneTimothy G. Huguenin

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Death is cold.

Kelsea Stone can't remember her childhood, and frankly, she doesn't really care. She's doing fine on her own in L.A. without any family to tie her down. But when she finds out her estranged birth parents have died and left her their house in Canaan Valley, West Virginia, she discovers more than just an inheritance waiting for her in the mountains. An angry presence lingers there, and it will not rest until it has had its revenge.

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The Bats from Hell by K.P. Taylor

The Bats from HellK.P. Taylor

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A fourth wall busting mash-up of 80's horror cheese and millennial snark. When bloodthirsty bats besiege the town of Pleasant Valley, it's up to the unlikely Elliot to put a stop to it.

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Multiplex Fandango by Weston Ochse

Multiplex FandangoWeston Ochse

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Multiplex Fandango is subtitled "A Weston Ochse Reader" for good reason. This collection contains a comprehensive representation of short fiction and novellas by the Bram Stoker award winner and Pushcart Prize nominee, including his recent powerful Stoker finalist short story, "The Crossing Of Aldo Rey" and his brilliant Stoker finalist novella, Redemption Roadshow, as well as acclaimed favorites, "Catfish Gods" and "Big Rock Candy Mountain." Also included in this omnibus volume of sixteen short stories and novellas are six original new works of short fiction written especially for this collection including such future classics as "Tarzan Doesn't Live Here Anymore," "Low Men Weeping," and the stunning, "City Of Joy."


Table of Contents

Tarzan Doesn't Live Here Anymore • 22 Stains in the Jesus Pool • Fugue on the Sea of Cortez • Big Rock Candy Mountain • The Sad Last Love of Cary Grant • Catfish Gods • Forever Beneath the Scorpion Tree • High Desert Come to Jesus • Low Men Weeping • The Secret Lives of Heroes • Hiroshima Falling • The Crossing of Aldo Ray • The Smell of Leaves Burning in Winter • A Day in the Life of a Dust Bunny • City of Joy • Redemption Roadshow


"Multiplex Fandango. Say it. Multi-plex Fan-dan-go. It's beautiful, isn't it? Just rolls off the tongue. It's almost as beautiful and satisfying as the book you may now be holding in your hands, or reading a review about. What we're seeing here is quite possibly the most comfortable, relaxed, and expert takeover that the horror genre has ever seen. With Multiplex Fandango, Weston Ochse has created an incredible collection, and has given the reader one of the smoothest, most satisfying reads they could ever come across. To drive the point home, Joe Landsdale says in the intro that "This is a book that could almost have been written for me.", but I disagree - this book was written for anyone looking for imaginative, intelligent, and thoroughly awe-inspiring, but strangely uplifting scares that force the reader to think more than react." - Paperback Horror

"This is a book that could almost have been written for me." - Eight-Time Bram Stoker Award Winner Joe R. Lansdale on Multiplex Fandango

"Multiplex Fandango is a smooth mix of the old school pulp horror vibe and new storytelling, elegantly crafted for the modern reader." - Rain Graves, Bram Stoker Award winner for The Gossamer Eye

"Weston Ochse is to horror what Bradbury is to science fiction -- an artist whose craft, stories and voice are so distinct and mesmerizing that you can't help but be enthralled. Multiplex Fandango is yet another in a long line of exclamation points that reminds us of that fact." - Dani Kollin, Prometheus Award-winning author of The Unincorporated Man

"The truth of the matter is that for all the drive-in movie references, what Weston Ochse has really created in Multiplex Fandango is a travelogue. Acting as narrator and guide, Weston takes you on a trip to places familiar and obscure--New Orleans, the Sonoran desert, Mexico's Pacific coast, and the dark, impenetrable reaches of the soul. He shows off sights that chill the blood, and as with any good trip, the things seen and experienced along the way will stay with you for a lifetime." - Jeff Mariotte, Novelist and Comic Book Author

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