New free Vampires (Horror) Kindle books for 2017-10-15:

The Taking (Tales of Malstria Book 1)
by Traci Robison
$0.00, 484 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #2 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal > Vampires
Decadent wealth and dangerous secrets. A common girl tempted by power beyond her imagining. Generations have passed since the knight LeMerle's atrocities bathed his land in blood, but a dark presence still stalks the castle he built. It watches. It waits. What evil lurks in the heart of Rensweald? Deep in her soul, Amarys knows. But, will she overcome the monster she's unleashing?

The Screaming
by J.A. Konrath
$0.00, 39 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #21 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Literature & Fiction

The 1960s.


An addict in need of a score decided to rob a house.

He picked the wrong house...

The Screaming is a 8500 word novella, specially formatted for Kindle. This ebook also contains excerpts from Konrath's other work.

About the author

J.A. Konrath has sold over two million books worldwide.

The Vampire’s Game (Adduné Book 1)
by Wendy Potocki
$0.00, 498 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (60 reviews), #28 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
A vampire intent on revenge ... a girl willing to sacrifice all to save her family ... who will survive?

Sweeping. Powerful. Unforgettable.
Award-winning novelist W. Potocki takes you on a harrowing adventure into the dark world of vampires that will leave you breathless.

Still shaken from the untimely death of her father, Miranda is forced to assume control of his business empire. She begins the arduous task of overhauling Perry Antiques, but soon discovers a priceless treasure that her father hid from the world. In attempting to ascertain its authenticity, she is placed in the crosshairs of a cunning vampire named Adduné. He is consumed with exacting vengeance for an unpardonable transgression--an offense that demands the ultimate punishment.

There are "many twists and turns" throughout the story, and there "is no way anyone could have seen that ending!! Great read!
" Brandi Pearson.

The Adduné Trilogy:
Part I. The Vampires Game
Part II. The House of Cards
Part III. The Reckoning

by Richard A. Bamberg
$0.00, 265 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #429 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
When Greta and her husband move back to Ash Grove, they learn that they are not the only newcomers to town. An Ancient Enemy of Greta's family has finally found them and is there to destroy the family once and for all. For a hundred years they had been safe and now even though most of the family no longer believes in the Ancient Enemy, he is there to prove them wrong. Through the dark of night death haunts the Barlow family, killing all. No one can run forever.

THE MIDNIGHT WITHIN: The Midnight series book 1
by J. M. Rosenberry, Kacie Llyn
$0.00, 300 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #30 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
This Halloween the blood will be real.
Mia is a struggling artist who lives in a small Minnesota town. Having run away from her famous father and her turbulent past she hopes to lose herself in her art. She thought her life was pretty good until the day at the cemetery where she had her first premonition, but it’s not just Mia’s life that might be in danger. It’s everyone she knows and cares about.
Will Mia be able to protect her best friends Daniel and Zakk from the danger she knows is coming for them. And how do you stop a force that shouldn’t even exist? Is she truly losing her mind or are there real monsters about to wreak havoc on her sleepy little town. And who brought them to Disdain in the first place?
With Daniel on the run for killing his step father will Mia get to him in time or will the vampires that stalk them all get to him first? With the help of her friends, Zakk and Trez along with Daniel’s Ex Kate, Mia will be forced to face off with the supernatural. Can she defeat the evil? Or will she herself succumb to the dark pull of the nights chill kiss.

The Reckoning (Adduné Book 3)
by Wendy Potocki, BZ Hercules
$0.00, 476 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #4 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal > Vampires
Lives will be broken and curses fulfilled.

It’s Miranda’s last chance to wreak the revenge she seeks against the vampire that destroyed her family and stole her life away, but there is no certainty that she will emerge triumphant. Using the Sands of Time, she searches for the secret that will cause Peter Adduné to take his last breath.

Past and future intertwine as new victims of the vampire rampage continue to mount. But the clock is ticking on an ancient gypsy curse. It alone holds the key of who will claim victory.

The House of Cards (Adduné Book 2)
by Wendy Potocki
$0.00, 602 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #27 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
A missing heiress. A family friend desperate for answers. The senseless destruction of an antique. A young gypsy willing to risk everything for love. A retired Scotland Yard Inspector intent on solving an old crime. Two mothers mourning the deaths of children. A father bent on retaliation and revenge. A drug dealing bandit enlisted to track down a ghost. A psychic offering information becoming a target instead. A $1,000,000 no questions asked reward.

Miranda Perry's harrowing journey into the dark world of vampires continues. Hidden behind the walls of the past, she fights to bring her family back together and right a wrong. She is driven by one burning desire ... to kill the vampire named Peter Addune.

The Black Widow
by Cynthia Fridsma, Danielle Seybold
$0.00, 354 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #57 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Horror
Jack Hunter is cheering for runners at the finish line of the Boston Marathon with the love of his life, Catherine Crewes, when two explosions smash the beautiful day to smithereens.

As the head of the Anti-Terrorism Unit, Jack does his best to track down the terrorists who planted the bombs, organizing a big manhunt in the Boston area.

But there's more going on than meets the eye. When Catherine's aunt, Sybil Crewes, investigates a mysterious murder, she wonders if this murder is connected to the terrorists as well.

Franklin: The Promise (Tales of the Executioners)
by Joleene Naylor
$0.00, 48 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #61 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
After one hundred years of silence, The Hand of Death is on the radar again – and Franklin is assigned to deal with the situation. Part of a team, they discover it’s not just Jorick who’s involved, but also the Tormentor, Kateesha. In a battle against legends, what can go wrong? Celebrate Shades of Gray’s eighth anniversary and read the attack on Oren’s den through the Executioner’s point of view.

WARNING: This story contains spoilers for the novel Shades of Gray. Not recommended as a stand alone.

The Second Coming of Hell: An End of Days tale...with an evil twist
by Joshua Griffith, Judy Griffth
$0.00, 319 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #108 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Years after the global firestorm that decimated and changed the topography of the Earth, Duncan Morgan and Rose Macready were spending their days surviving the post-apocalyptic world in comfort residing in their make shift village of Melona until a deadly plot unveils itself and they both get cast in the midst of a fallen angel’s sinister plans to rule the Earth. Will they get out of this alive or will they become fodder for fallen angel’s ghoulish fallen warriors?

by J.P. Knight
$0.00, 87 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #269 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Barely surviving as a dancer, a succubus who vowed never to kill again—and thus cannot truly feed—opens herself to new and risky possibilities.

Over eighty years after unintentionally killing a man whom she thought that she loved, a powerful and ancient huldra—a succubus originally from the northern forests of what is now Scandinavia—ekes out a minimalistic survival as an exotic dancer. Fearing that she might break her promise to herself to never kill another human being, she chooses abstinence over her own immortality. Unwilling to truly feed and risk killing, and unable to sustain herself on just the lust generated by her dancing, she is slowly succumbing to an all to human frailty—aging.

But aging is not her only problem. An unexpected and unwanted attraction to an unlikely man, combined with the strength of his feelings for her, makes her question herself and the tightrope that she has forced herself to walk between her vow not to kill and her own suppressed needs. So when another similarly powerful being shows her a path that might resolve her dilemma, she makes a bold decision, one that may place her in more danger than she realizes.

Melancholy Stories
by Seth Kinstle
$0.00, 35 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #131 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Short Stories
This book consists of short horror stories with graphic themes.

The Landowner's Secret (The Gryffon Archives Book 1)
by Sandra Maggs
$0.00, 310 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #254 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
If you knew that your time would never run out, would you live your life differently? Or, would nothing change? For Lord Aiden Winchester a privileged landowner, life isn't as it should be. Tormented by a tragic past, he spends most of his time alone. When the fresh faced Lilia Cooper arrives in the village, Aiden befriends the woman who seems desperate to see inside Winchester Manor. But the manor holds a secret, one that Lord Winchester isn't willing to reveal. Unknown to Aiden, Lilia has her secrets too. There are reasons that she has come to the area and it isn't just for a holiday. Strange happenings have attracted her to the village and although Aiden tries to maintain his privacy, the trail leads to Winchester Manor. When the secrets are revealed, disaster strikes in more ways than one.

Vampire Road Trip
by Kent Corlain
$0.00, 30 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #207 in > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > General Humor
A scruffy private detective ends up in the middle of psychedelic events after he gets a client who has more bite than expected, despite her lazy demeanor.

A short story which examines vampiric edge in all of its guises.

Radiant Shadows: Beginnings [Parts 1-3]
by Sarah Baethge
$0.00, 88 pages, 2.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #236 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Say there is an official organization to control how vampires and humans interact.
What would happen to violators of its 'laws'?
How would the breaking of its rules be fixed?

What could even be the motivation for members of this alliance?

Where the Heck Is the Ceiling?: A Twighlight Manor Universe Spin Off Series (Alien Vampires & Zombies From Outer Space Book 1)
by Wendy C. Allen, EelKat Wendy Christine Allen
$0.00, 15 pages, 1.5 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #350 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
WHERE THE HECK IS THE CEILING?: A man wakes up one morning with a pain in his neck and the sun in his face. Someone stole the roof off his house during the night and bit him...

TYPE: Flash Fiction
WORD COUNT: 2,896 words
PAGE COUNT: 10 printed paperback pages
POINT OF VIEW: first person; unnamed male
HAPPY EVER AFTER? no, this volume does NOT have a happy ending; character death ending
CONTINUING SERIAL? No, this story is complete and does not continue
GENRE: Bizarro aka Weird Fiction aka Strange Tales
SUB-GENRE: Literary Dark Fantasy

LITERARY FICTION WARNING: This entire series is Slice of Life Vignette Literary Fiction, meaning there’s a lot of dialogue, a lot of talking, a lot of thinking, a lot of monologue, and a lot of emotional introspective, but not much action going on in this heavily character driven series. Each story is a narrow focused look at a single event (often a single day or hour) in main character's life.

SERIES UNIVERSE: This is a Twighlight Manor Spin-off series which exists in the same alternate Earth dimension of The Twighlight Manor Universe. This series it is every bit as surreal, twisted, nonsensical, and bizarro as the rest of Twighlight Manor Universe books are.

SETTING: This series is set in the very real town of Old Orchard Beach, Maine. The Ross Forest is a real forest and is where I live. The Palace Playland is a real amusement park. The Pier is also real, as is most of the restaurants and businesses mentioned. If you ever come to visit Old Orchard Beach, Maine you can visit every one of the places mentioned in every one of these stories.

ABOUT THE SERIES: Each volume in this series is a separate stand alone story, not connected to any other volume in the set. They are connected by the fact that each story is set in the same town, which unbeknownst to the residents has been taken over by Alien Vampires and Zombies from outer space. Each volume is the story of one of the town's residents verses their personal encounter with one of the invaders.

NOTE: No these are NOT NOVEL LENGTH BOOKS! No matter how much Amazon says “Book 1”, “Book 2”, “Book 3” ect. I DID NOT put the word “BOOK” in the listing title. I put “VOLUME 1”, “VOLUME 2” etc. Amazon changed it to “BOOK” WITHOUT MY PERMISSION! Every volume in this series is a reprint of a FLASH FICTION story under 5,000 words (less then 10 pages) long. These are reprints of old magazine shorts I wrote in the 1970s/ 1980s/ 1990s. THEY ARE NOT NOVEL LENGTH BOOKS!

LANGUAGE & GRAMMAR NOTE: This series is NOT written in American nor UK English, but rather is written in the author's native language of Scottish Gypsy English. Spellings and punctuations are CORRECT for the language these books are written in.