FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {09-17-2016}

Teenage Killer by John Meany

Teenage KillerJohn Meany

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Welcome to Brockton, New Jersey. A small seashore town where nothing ever truly terrifying ever happened until now.

While high out of his mind on hallucinogenic mushrooms and PCP, eighteen-year-old Terrence Marshall goes on a bloody rampage. After being cyberbullied for his entire senior year of high school by three of his former best friends, Terrence doesn’t just seek revenge. He murders all three of his old friends in a barbaric manner, he decapitates them with a hatchet.

However, would Terrence have gone after his former friends on his own? Or was it The Dark Man’s fault? Did the mysterious Dark Man, who might or might not exist, put the hatchet in Terrence’s hand.

That’s what Terrence’s family longs to find out, as well as the entire country. The brutal murders become one of the biggest teenage massacre stories reported by the national media since the Virginia Tech Shooting and Columbine.

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This Haunted World Book One by Shani Struthers

This Haunted World Book OneShani Struthers

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For fans of Dennis Lehane’s Shutter Island, Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black and du Maurier’s Don’t Look Now

‘Welcome to the asylum…’

2015
Their troubled past behind them, married couple, Rob and Louise, visit Venice for the first time together, looking forward to a relaxing weekend. Not just a romantic destination, it’s also the ‘most haunted city in the world’ and soon, Louise finds herself the focus of an entity she can’t quite get to grips with – a ‘veiled lady’ who stalks her.

1938
After marrying young Venetian doctor, Enrico Sanuto, Charlotte moves from England to Venice, full of hope for the future. Home though is not in the city; it’s on Poveglia, in the Venetian lagoon, where she is set to work in an asylum, tending to those that society shuns. As the true horror of her surroundings reveals itself, hope turns to dust.

From the labyrinthine alleys of Venice to the twisting, turning corridors of Poveglia, their fates intertwine. Vengeance only waits for so long…

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The Man in Black: A Ghost Story by Jordan Mason

The Man in Black: A Ghost StoryJordan Mason

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PRAISE FOR THE MAN IN BLACK:
“…authentic, unique and original.”
~Barbara Mišković, author of Everwind

“Jordan Mason’s The Man in Black is an eloquent and atmospheric ghost story. Jordan draws us into a world that’s simultaneously grim and beautiful, bleak and hopeful, and thoroughly captivating. It’s the perfect book to read during a cold and windy night.”
~Darcy Coates, Amazon bestselling and award-winning author of Dead Lake and The Haunting of Blackwood House

“…both a tragic and sad, but heartwarming tale… very unique and imaginative; a wonderfully absorbing story. This is the first haunting story that gripped at my heartstrings.”
~JC Brennan, award-winning author of A Fine Line: The Beginning

“Engaging and wonderfully written… a gloomy, atmospheric, and evocative Gothic ghost story. Through Mason’s masterful use of language, I was instantly transported to the bleak landscape of Northern England.”
~Piper Sloan, author of Forbidden Fruit

“…a talented young writer at the height of his creativity…”
~Hannah Dwell

THE MAN IN BLACK: A GHOST STORY

A classic ghost story: a chilling winter’s tale set within the heart of the North.

It happened during the winter of 1973…

Anne Davies lives on the corner of the Rotten Row in the small village of Stoney Grange, having been exiled there following the untimely death of her father and the mysterious disappearance of her mother.

Though the house is cheap, it comes with a price beyond that of money.

Something dwells from within its walls, something unsettled.

The Man in Black: A Ghost Story is a chilling short story written in homage to Gothic ghost stories and tales of old.

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Children of the Fog by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

Children of the FogCheryl Kaye Tardif

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YOU HAVE 10 SECONDS TO MAKE A DECISION: Let A Kidnapper Take Your Child, Or Watch Your Son Die. Choose!

Sadie O’Connell is a bestselling author and a proud mother. But her life is about to spiral out of control. After her six-year-old son Sam is kidnapped by a serial abductor, she nearly goes insane. But it isn’t just the fear and grief that is ripping her apart. It’s the guilt. Sadie is the only person who knows what the kidnapper looks like. And she can’t tell a soul. For if she does, her son will be sent back to her in “little bloody pieces”.

When Sadie’s unfaithful husband stumbles across her drawing of the kidnapper, he sets into play a series of horrific events that sends her hurtling over the edge. Sadie’s descent into alcoholism leads to strange apparitions and a face-to-face encounter with the monster who abducted her son–a man known only as…The Fog.

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THE BLACK ALBUM: A Hollywood Horror Story by Carlton Kenneth Holder

THE BLACK ALBUM: A Hollywood Horror StoryCarlton Kenneth Holder

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“Five members who could not be tamed, sold their souls for fortune and fame, formed their spell circle in Satan’s name, in the pit of Hell they burn by flame.”

BASED ON TRUE EVENTS.

The story about the making of a movie about an urban legend, that is in turn becoming an urban legend.

A film believed to be cursed.

The scariest movie you’ll never see.

This is the dark adventure of guerrilla filmmaker J.D. Loveless and his starlet Charlotte Rae, two people plagued by disturbing occurrences while making a micro-budget horror movie in the Arrowhead mountains based on the local urban legend of Mathaluh, a small town seventies rock band believed to have released a bootleg record laced with backwards Satanic lyrics. It was rumored that the bandmates had sacrificed a young runaway girl to cement their pact with the Devil, all so they could achieve fortune and fame. But before that could happen, all the band members died in a mysterious blaze. Instead of fame, they got infamy. Legend has it, if you found a copy of this lost record and played it backwards, you would resurrect the damned soul of Jeremy Jared, lead singer of Mathaluh, whose voice they say resonates throughout the bowels of the burning kingdom itself. Jeremy Jared, the front man eternal. The demon Jeremy. An entity glimpsed only in shadows, mirrors, fog, or nightmares. But once you resurrect him, there’s Hell to pay.

Join this midnight ride, a ride that includes:

A film crew determined to make a monster movie at any cost, who just didn’t know what they were getting into.

“Strawberry Lodge,” the terrifyingly scary mansion used as the main location for the movie.

Death threats and bizarre happenstances.

Feral teenagers immersed in Satanic cults who use the backwoods for their sex and rock fueled Black Masses.

Discover the truth behind the making of a movie that nobody wants to see released, including the controversial underground filmmaker himself.

Was it all in their heads? Were Satanic forces truly at work? You decide.

With foreword and prologue by occult and conspiracy rock shock reporter Beauregard Freidkin, a journalist self-described as equal parts Fox Mulder and Hunter S. Thompson. Written by former investigative journalist and screenwriter Carlton Kenneth Holder, author and creator of the upcoming Cold War science fiction book series “Spook: Confessions of a Psychic Spy.”

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The Disembodied by Anthony Hains

The DisembodiedAnthony Hains

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Thirteen-year-old Griffin Rinaldi seems like a normal kid. He plays basketball at the Y and he’s just learning to talk to girls. But Griffin doesn’t feel normal. He’s been diagnosed with Depersonalization Disorder–he feels disconnected from his body, and at times, he doesn’t know if he’s dead or alive. And it seems to be getting worse.

Following the brutal death of his abusive father, Griffin is haunted by a red-haired kid only he can see and who wants him to do things he doesn’t understand. Griffin’s only sources of support are his grandfather, Soren – a regional author of Outer Banks ghost stories – and his same-aged cousin, Tanner, a boy coping with his own troubled life.

When a rare blizzard strikes the Outer Banks, Griffin recognizes the red-haired boy as a vengeful specter from Soren’s tales. To make matters worse, his well-meaning aunt has convinced his mother he’s under some sort of spiritual attack. Unsure if the mysterious boy is a symptom of his disorder or an entity with evil intent, Griffin finds himself in a struggle to save his life, his sanity and maybe his very soul.

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