FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {05-25-2019}

 Tales of Dark Melancholy: A Collection of Short Stories  by Paulo da Silva

Tales of Dark Melancholy: A Collection of Short Stories Paulo da Silva

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DESCRIPTION:

An anthology of dark short stories, eerie and surreal, chilling and melancholy…

THE GIRL INSIDE MY HEART
A man rolls into town on his Harley and seven graves open up. Six are filled, but who is the seventh one for?

THE GOOD MAN, THE BAD MAN, AND THEM BOOTS
A boy’s parents are killed. He is given in to the care of the old man in the alligator boots–the one they call Wolfman, who spends his days chewing on chicken-bones-that-aren’t-chicken-bones.

When someone dies in town, the Wolfman is always there. Always.

HARVESTERS
A boy discovers he can “pick the minds” of his friends which eventually leads him to Manzy Rammerford. She always opens the door to her ramshackle home naked, and her mind is a cesspool which drags him in and takes more than just his innocence.

…and many more dark and chilling tales.

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 The Skipton Haunting: Tale Of The Red Ribbon Witch  by Andrew John Bell

The Skipton Haunting: Tale Of The Red Ribbon Witch Andrew John Bell

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A disturbing story based on a true haunting the author himself experienced.

In 2016, John Davidson and his family moved to Skipton Road, a quiet cul-de-sac situated within the heart of a northern industrial town. They had no idea of what evil terrors awaited them. Things seemed normal at first, apart from the pungent smell of rotten flesh in their kitchen, recurring scratch marks along the walls, and an overwhelming sense of always being watched by someone or “something”. Overtime, through a series of vivid nightmares and intrusive whispers, the Davidsons came to learn of a malignant menace that still dwelled within their new home – a witch named Sabina, who sought out vengeance upon those whom had betrayed her in life, along with an ancient demon… Sabina’s ‘Master’. Throughout these horrific events, John struggled against his growing depression, his new reliance on alcohol, and the overall strong desire to keep his family from falling apart – which it was. This terrifying period in their lives would forever haunt the Davidsons, as it did with countless other victims before them.

In reading this book, you will bear witness to an actual haunting that took place, its lasting effect on those involved, and one that many people can verify. Some, including the author, would argue that Sabina and the ancient demon do exist… it’s up to you as the reader to decide.

Set in the North East of England. Names of characters and certain places have been changed to protect identities.

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 Braineater Jones  by Stephen Kozeniewski

Braineater Jones Stephen Kozeniewski

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No memory. No pulse. No clue.

The undead private eye everybody calls “Braineater Jones” has an axe to grind. Somebody plugged him and dumped his corpse in a swimming pool.

Worse yet, his memory’s gone. He has no idea who killed him or why.

But he’s damn sure going to find out.

With a smartass severed head as a partner, Jones hangs up his shingle in the city’s undead quarter. When he’s not solving cases (poorly) Jones is always looking to keep his flask full.

Prohibition is in full swing, and the dead need alcohol to function. Without liquor they become mindless, flesh-munching ghouls. (In a word: braineaters.)

Everything will probably be fine. The investigation into his own murder probably won’t point Jones toward the city’s most important bootlegger.

And even if it does, it’s not like he’ll risk cutting off the hooch just to seek justice for himself, right? No one man’s life is worth unleashing a cannibalistic orgy of violence. Right?

Cracking this case will be a tall order, but one thing’s for sure: whatever happens, Braineater Jones isn’t getting out of this one alive…

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