New free Vampires (Horror) Kindle books for 2018-02-21:

The Dark Messenger (Vampire Uprise Book 1)
by milo spires
$0.00, 446 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #47 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
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A vindictive time traveler is torn up by Adina’s untimely passing and is hell bent on making those responsible, pay for her death.
He adapts his mind, allowing evil thoughts to swarm their way through with devastating results.
Now with anger deeply metastasizing into a furious rage, he sets werewolves against the perpetrators, only the results fail to placate his bitter feelings as still the slimy vampire leader Rex, manages to escape a vicious death.
Unaware ignominious punishments are searching out his existence, Rex guided by greed alone, busies himself with his own agendas involving a silver sword myth and retribution against a vampire enemy in Scotland.
Meanwhile Jenny from a place called Devil’s Dyke in the UK , and the illegitimate daughter of a priest, finds herself dragged unwillingly into this evil story. Only by divinity, an ether of holiness, her almost doomed path of pain finds sanctity with the unexpected.
All the while bitter harbored feelings in house, like a disease of great magnitude, threaten The White Coven and its existence.
With rivalry climbing up through the ranks, and Satan’s wrath looming, Longinus finds himself almost sucked into the misty swamp by a plethora of undead hands.
Desperately seeking peace, but dragged along in The Dark Messengers shadow, Longinus who is looking for a brighter future free from the bureaucracy of evil, hopes his unlikely escape will narrowly miss the deathly rays of the murderously oppressive sun.
This book is rammed full of deep twists, torturous gore, love, and deceit.
Dare you immerse yourself?

‘The Dark Messenger'

irish lullaby (The Black Irish Chronicles Book 2)
by c.s anderson, Chris Harris
$0.00, 132 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #509 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Joe Gunn returns, known as Black Irish to the rogue vampires he hunts he now faces an ancient power known as The Dreamer who the vamps fear more than sunlight. The Dreamer wishes to launch an all out war against the vampires that would result in countless human deaths and plunge the world into a new dark age. Unsure of the loyalty of The Order he has served for so long he faces this new threat with his lover Keela and friend Brain by his side....Opportunity knocks but trouble just kicks the damn door in!

Entering HELL (Vampire Uprise)
by Milo Spires
$0.00, 150 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (46 reviews), #167 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Entering Hell by milo spires

Set in 1983, the priest is deeply troubled by a vision that he had at the end of the last book, The Dark Messenger. It told the story of the Earth dying and his unborn child Jenny being murdered.

As he riffles through the Ponerology sections of age old evil books in his basement, the idea of the two vampires called Kaine and Regina existing appears in his mind. Racing out the door of his office, he leaps into his old Datsun Cherry and pulls out of the car park intent on finding them.

Meanwhile in Paris at a convention in the Palace de Versailles, Kaine and Regina who have been invited to discuss the recent kidnappings of Vampires from Romania, find their lives soon to be turned upside down. Outside genetically modified WW2 criminals, armed with MX1 tranquiliser darts are waiting for them to leave.

Fast paced and full of demonic action.

Second Self: The Nightwalker Mysteries - Part One
by Marcus Brown
$0.00, 118 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews)
'The Nightwalker Mysteries' is a 22,000-word novella and the author recommends the series is read in order.

To Chloé Beck, the strange, yet familiar boy is her Guardian Angel.

To Kyle Benitez, she is the missing piece of the puzzle, the girl who'd haunted his dreams since childhood.

Two worlds destined to collide, setting a chain of events into motion which threatens to tear their lives, and the world as they know it, apart.

NOTE - This is a novella and not a standard sized novel.

The Last Breath: A Harry Moon Novel
by David Graves
$0.00, 199 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #152 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Mystery > Private Investigators
The Last Breath is a story about a man named Harry Moon, who was raised by a wealthy family in St. Louis. One night, he finds himself drunk in an alleyway, where he is attacked by a werewolf, and becomes one himself. Harry leaves his money and wealth to become a private detective, to help others in the city just like him.

One night, a friend enters his office and tells Harry someone has been murdered. Harry takes the case, but has no idea what he's about to get himself into.

With help from his friend Maltese, a ghoul who runs the underground library that keeps track of all the creatures in the city, Harry discovers that the simple murder is much more, becoming a war between the ancient creatures of good and evil that have existed long before humans walked the earth.

The Last Breath is a novel that would appeal to those who love fantasy, action, and horror. It also deals with friendship, betrayal, and all the frightening things that lurk in the night. It is the first book on an ongoing series.

by C.S Anderson
$0.00, 90 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #296 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Literature & Fiction
Joe Gunn and crew find themselves on the bloody frontlines of the Vampire/Banshee war raging in the shadows. Conspiracy and betrayal seethes around them as they try to protect Seattle from the deadliest conflict that they have ever faced...

Darke Blood: You've never known true darkness
by Lee Hall, Satin Publishing
$0.00, 392 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #21 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
“There are more than shadows lurking in the darkness of those trees.”
Blake Malone is in search of a new start and arrives in the remote forest town of Darke Heath. The memory of his past mysteriously becomes a blur as he discovers this place isn’t what it seems.
Malone shares a romantic encounter with a woman named Caitlyn and she reveals herself to be a ‘creature of the night’. He learns of her story which intertwines with the history of the ‘Heath’. Together they must face the evil forces of vampirism and witchcraft that await them in the Darke forest.
But just who is Blake Malone? That’s something even he must fight to discover. Because ‘you’ve never known true darkness…’

Shadow Secrets (Epic Book 2)
by A.L. Kruse
$0.00, 289 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
So much in Felicity (Lissy) McKaughnalin’s life has changed. Her "normal" but dull existence in Denver is but a distant memory since she went to live with her grandmother in Ireland, landing far beyond her imaginings. Magick is now a part of her daily routine ¬– and her daily fear. Her new love Joren has vanished, having left to track down his “not so dead” mother; and Grandma K’s life was suddenly taken from them in the Nyemin Forest. Joren’s mysterious brother Jarek is up to no good. And well, basically, Lissy’s life is becoming more complicated by the minute.
In this action packed sequel to Wicked Wrong, allies become foes and foes will become allies. Felicity’s once comfortable world has been turned upside down, and she no longer knows whom she can trust. The dark forces are rising and the mysteries are unraveling. The creatures are more frightening and definitions of “impossible” are being shattered. Is there a chance of saving everyone? Is it absurd to hope? Or is it simply a dark delusion?

Black Oak River
by Ben Restall
$0.00, 478 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #798 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
In and around a small town called Black Oak, strange things are happening.
13-year-old, Eddie finds himself trying desperately to be part of a team, even though he has no idea as to why, or what they do.
His friends Harris (orphaned at the age of six) and Tilly (the 14-year-old target of Eddie's affection) are already members.
A survivor of the plane crash between Black Oak and Port West could turn this once laid back, tourist destination, upside down.
Will the nomadic protector re-emerge for one last fight?
Can the town and its oblivious inhabitants avoid being massacred?