Want to see something really scary? Check out the economy 😛
Fortunately, it’s easy to get a few chills and thrills without murdering your wallet. Check out what I found lurking around Amazon today… and they don’t cost you a penny.
Keep in mind that these titles might be marked for free for a limited time only so don’t wait too long to hop over and download.
Available for the first time on Amazon Kindle, Kealan Patrick Burke’s Bram Stoker Award-winning coming of age story The Turtle Boy.
School is out and summer has begun. For eleven year old Timmy Quinn and his best friend Pete Marshall, the dreary town of Delaware Ohio becomes a place of magic, hidden treasure and discovery.
But on the day they encounter a strange young boy sitting on the bank of Myers Pond, a pond playground rumor says may hide turtles the size of Buicks, everything changes.
For it soon becomes apparent that dark secrets abound in the little community, secrets which come cupped in the hands of the dead, and in a heartbeat, Timmy and Pete’s summer of wonder becomes a season of terror, betrayal and murder.
Pride, paranoia and paranormal forces all conspire to derail Detective Marcella’s investigation into a series of suspicious suicides in New Castle, Massachusetts.
In this sequel to The Witch’s Ladder, Marcella learns that because of the ties that bind their pasts, every potential victim is also a possible suspect.
Eight tales of vampires, werewolves, demons, zombies, and other horrors:
M.T. Murphy – Blackmail.
S.M. Reine – Something Wrong.
India Drummond – The Reaver.
Anabel Portillo – Lux.
Jeremy C. Shipp – Figs.
Samantha Anderson – Deals and Demons.
Sara Reinke – Periphery People.
M.T. Murphy – Spider Bag.
‘To Read or Not to Read’ is a short story by Vincent Hobbes. It was first published in ‘The Endlands’ (Jan. 2011)
Gunter von Strauss owns a small bookstore. He carries something for everyone’s taste.
He also carefully inspects each book, making sure they are safe to read.
Who knew that choosing the wrong book could carry such a consequence.