FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {02-04-2017}

Twisted Sick by Tyler Nals

Twisted SickTyler Nals

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Ever dream about writing to your favorite writer and receiving a package as a reply? What's in that package?

What if you could see murders and suicides before they happened? How would you proceed? Easy answer, but what if you enjoyed it?

Why is a grandmother singing about the apocalypse in the street?

Most importantly, what's your good line?

Stories Include:

Brilliant Misery
Writing Tools
Unreal
Idea Waves
The Watcher
The Lie Detector
The Hooded Man
The Dream Creatures
Shades of Tomorrow
The Elevator Guy
A Tough Interview
Empty
Survivor
Free Appetizer
The Competitor
The Thin Man
The Toaster Catastrophe
Grandma Fear
My Biggest Zit
The Freak
Candidates
OCD&Me, OCD & Me
Ego
The Serials
Cellie
Creature
Eggs
Infidelity Hunter
Newborn
The Refrigerator Man
Four Liars
Needs
The Good Line

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The Reaper's Harvest by Daniel Powell

The Reaper’s HarvestDaniel Powell

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He’s taken many names over the long centuries, but his mission has never changed…

Cronus, the keeper of the harvest, ushers the living into the afterlife. His presence has been felt at every major global disaster, from Pompei to New Orleans.

Now, he leads a peaceful life in Eastern Oregon, where the realities of his work have brought him uncomfortably close to his new neighbors.

The Reaper’s Harvest, a novel of supernatural suspense, is the story of William Lowell and his quest to save his family. It’s the story of a good man matching wits with death himself, and it poses an eternal question about what it means to be human: How far would you go to save the ones you love?

A thriller with elements of mythology, The Reaper’s Harvest covers similar thematic territory as Stephen King’s Duma Key and the film Meet Joe Black. It is a story of temptation in the face of tragedy, the insistence of love, and the hazard of sacrifice–all within the space of one season’s harvest.

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A Tiding Of Magpies by Peter Sutton

A Tiding Of MagpiesPeter Sutton

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Described by first readers as ‘Deliciously Dark’ enter the world of writer Pete Sutton. Tales themed on the counting magpies song – “One for sorrow… ” A Tiding of Magpies is an enchanting short story collection which will give you a pleasurable shiver up the spine as you guess at which stories are inspired by which lines of the song.

Whether it is waking up to unmentionable sounds in Not Alone, or taking a trip to the land of stories in Five for Silver, the surprising use of a robot butler in I, Butler or the competition winners It Falls and An Unexpected Return, and many more, these thirty one tales, ranging from tiny flash fiction to long stories of several thousand words, always entertain, even when they disconcert.

These darkly fantastical tales have been published in anthologies and magazines or written especially and collected here for the first time by Kensington Gore Publishing.

Pete Sutton helps organise Bristol Festival of Literature where he is well-known as ‘the genre guy.’ He writes The Bristol Book Blog – http://brsbkblog.blogspot.co.uk/ as well as edits Far Horizons Magazine –
https://farhorizonsmagazine.wordpress.com/

“Pete Sutton has a talent for the fantastic.” – Paul Cornell (Shadow Police series, This Damned Band, Doctor Who, Elementary)

“…there is a sweet and subtle music to Sutton’s stories. They take you to strange places.” – Mike Carey (Lucifer, The Unwritten, The Girl with all the Gifts, Fellside)

“As if Raymond Carver turned his hand to writing science fiction.” – David Gullen (Clarke Award judge)

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Avenue of the Dead by Brian L. Porter

Avenue of the DeadBrian L. Porter

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In the ancient, ruined city of Teotihuacan, mutilated bodies bear witness to the work of a serial killer.

After the tragic death of his brother, Detective Captain Juan Morales decides to take a well-deserved vacation. But standing along the Avenue of the Dead, staring at a corpse whose heart has been ripped out, is not the peaceful retreat he had in mind.

Working at the site is the archeologist Sophia Kanakarides, to whom Morales is strongly drawn. As more gruesome murders surface, Sophia lends her expertise and unwittingly falls into the hands of the killer.

An intoxicating and well-crafted thriller, Avenue of the Dead brings to life the chilling world of ritualistic killings and human sacrifice.

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In the Walls and Other Stories by Daniel Powell

In the Walls and Other StoriesDaniel Powell

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Friedrich Nietzsche’s prescient warning about gazing long into the abyss speaks to the very nature of the human condition. Whether we care to admit it or not, it’s instinctual to peer into the darkness from time to time–to question our mortality and the fabric of our world.

Stories are windows. Some open upon scenes of purity and goodness–on love and light. Others…well, others promise much darker environments, and horrific glimpses into the uncanny.

What voracious creature lurks in the waters beneath the Golden Gate Bridge? What dreadful apparitions revisit the Florida jungle, when the golden moon is high and the autumn grows ripe? What rough beast stares out from ancient walls, and deep into the souls of man?

In the Walls and Other Stories offers eleven explorations of uncanny imagination and spine-tingling dread. There are frightful things, dear readers, and unspeakable visions.

Go ahead! Take a look. Take a good, long look into the darkness…

From the author of Cold on the Mountain and The Reset comes In the Walls and Other Stories, a collection of eerie short stories sure to chill the heart and quicken the pulse.

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