FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {10-19-2019}

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 You saw something you shouldn't have  by Brandon Faircloth

You saw something you shouldn't have Brandon Faircloth

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You step into the dark for a thrill. To be entertained. Then you find yourself in a school where a group of friends have brought something terrible to life. You meet a family whose extraordinary luck comes at a horrific price. You write a letter to yourself and get a reply that leads to death and madness. As you journey through these shrouded lands, you look back and can't make out where you started. Because once you're traveling through the darkness, the only way out is through.

Read the collection of novellas and short stories that is being called "genius", "amazing", and "scary AF". But be prepared. You won't be the same when you come out the other side.

Show Me More: Horror Short Stories

 The Manitou  by Graham Masterton

The Manitou Graham Masterton

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An ancient vengeful spirit attempts to return through the body of a terrified young woman in this horror classic by an award-winning "master of the genre" (Rocky Mountain News).

Phony psychic and conman Harry Erskine never really believed in the occult until Karen Tandy approached him with a rapidly growing tumor on her neck, complaining of dark and disturbing dreams. When the mass is revealed by doctors to contain something living, the stakes skyrocket--not only for Karen and Harry but for all humanity.
 
Something terrible is returning from the shadows to which it has been confined for centuries--a Native American monstrosity determined to destroy every vestige of the white race that oppressed and preyed upon America's Indians. And unless a motley group of ill-prepared defenders can harness an ancient native magic, there will be no stopping the malevolent shaman's terrible rebirth--and no escaping the wholesale carnage it will engender.
 
The Manitou introduced the great Graham Masterton to the canon of horror, instantly placing him among the genre's elite. A longtime favorite for its bold originality, unrelenting creepiness, supernatural shocks, and otherworldly surprises that would have made H. P. Lovecraft proud, Masterton's classic continues to stand tall alongside Stephen King's Carrie, Peter Straub's Ghost Story, and other unforgettable literary horror debuts.

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 Night Asylum: Tales of Mystery and Horror  by Douglas Clegg

Night Asylum: Tales of Mystery and Horror Douglas Clegg

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Enter the Night Asylum to meet:

Mysterious children surrounded by houseflies; a strange woman in a small town stalked by a preacher; boys trying to survive a terrifying boot camp; fraternity brothers who find a deeper brotherhood during a wintry Hell Week; a boy named Charlie, who may have more up his sleeve than meets the eye; a cop named Paul who discovers a tenement that opens the door into a place nightmares -- or heaven; Nix -- a patient in an asylum -- who holds the key to the secret geometry of night itself...and more.

Table of Contents:

"Where Flies Are Born"
"Becoming Men"
"The Skin of the World"
"People Who Love Life"
"Fries With That?"
"The Machinery of Night"
"The Wicked"
"265 and Heaven"
"Ice Palace"
"Why My Doll is Evil"
"The Five"
"Subway Turnstile"
"Belinda in the Pool"
"The American"
"The Stain"
"The Wolf"
"A Madness of Starlings"
"The Dark Game"

Show Me More: Horror Collections and Anthologies