FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {04-02-2022}

 The House on Black Lake  by Anastasia Blackwell

The House on Black Lake Anastasia Blackwell

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It is 1995, and Montreal is tense as citizens await a referendum to secede from Canada. Amidst the tumult, freshly divorced mother, Alexandra Brighton, flees California with her child, Samuel, to vacation in a privileged enclave of vacation homes outside the city. But, little is what it appears in the home of charming hosts, Ruth and Ramey Sandeley, where modern conveniences meet with ancient rituals.

On the night of their arrival, the mother and son are rowed to stay in a mysterious Victorian on an isolated island. The frightening experience sets Alexandra on a mission to learn the secrets of Black Lake. As the Summer Solstice grows near, seductive schemers draw her deep into a web of sinister intentions. But, Alexandra has her own secret. And, she must face the demons – if she and her child are to survive.

The Contemporary Gothic Suspense explores adultery, forced love, older women/younger men, debauched rock stars, tattooed and pierced bad-boys, obsessive, possessive, jealous alphas, love triangles, incest, and other taboos haunting tale.

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 Night Train  by Thomas F. Monteleone

Night Train Thomas F. Monteleone

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Under the subways’ roar, out of the deep, wet caves, comes the fury from Hell . . .

. . . to be met by an unlikely troupe ready to save the lives and soul of their city. In the bedrock beneath New York, beautiful news reporter Lya Marsden and hard-bitten detective Michael Corvino enter an eerie maze of abandoned tunnels, searching for a train that vanished with all aboard—over half a century ago.

But under the concrete maze of skyscrapers and tourists, below the peep shows and the penthouses, within the clammy darkness, and around the next turn—an unholy evil waits to disgorge violence and blood.

In Night Train, the urban decay of 80s-era New York City meets hordes of feral cats, a Subway Slasher, the occult, and an underground labyrinth full of primeval and modern monsters that threaten to swallow whole a four-hundred-year-old city and its inhabitants. What’s beneath their feet will shock and horrify till the last blaring warning of lost Train 93.

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Strung by Per Jacobsen

StrungPer Jacobsen

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★★★★★ “If you like creeping frights, surprising plot twists and top-class horror…” – Gyseren.dk
★★★★ “A truly fascinating premise.” – Goodreads reader

Author Randall Morgan is on his way home after spending fourteen days in the secluded cabin where he always goes to write the endings of his books. However, when he arrives in his hometown, East Alin, he is greeted by a disturbing sight.

At a traffic light near the city limits, someone has turned a lamppost into a makeshift gallows, and in it a man–dead and decomposing–hangs.

The sight of the hanged man is terrifying in itself, but it soon dawns on Randall that there are other–and far greater–problems in the small town. Because while he is waiting in his car for the police to show up, several people pass by the crime scene – and not a single one of them reacts to the fact that a dead man is hanging in the middle of the street.

Something has gone completely wrong in East Alin while Randall has been away.

“It’s been a long time since a novel has played a ‘movie’ for my inner eye the way that the novel Strung did. From the very first page, it had me clinging to the armrests of my chair. I was deeply mystified and immersed in the action, as it accelerated with extraordinary pace.” – Himmelskibet (Danish sci-fi magazine).

“Danish horror at an international level.” – Gyseren.dk

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