| The Twilight Sonata: First Canticle - A Song Before Dying: Vampire Horror |
by C.J. Bishop
$0.00, 126 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #626 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Bram Stoker Meets Game of Thrones in this Erotic Vampire Horror.
Enter a world of darkness, horror, and deadly sensuality as the denizens of Victorian London battle for control of the night. It's a game of cross and double-cross with a cast of characters like none you have ever encountered. These vampires have bite!
Meet Rudolf, the tortured vampire lord of Victorian England, struggling to hold onto what's left of his humanity. Can Rudolf survive the political machinations of his fellow vampires out to usurp his crown?
Larissa is a beautiful seductress and one of Rudolf's closest allies, but everyone has a secret and Larissa has plans all her own for London. Can she play both ends against the middle and still save her relationship with Rudolf?
Theodore has lingered on the edges of vampire society, feeding in the impoverished East End, long enough. He's ready to sire progeny and take his place as one for the leaders of the Night. Can he control his new progeny or will his child upset all of his carefully laid plans?
Dorian has a reputation as the deadliest gunman in England. Scotland Yard has just hired him to investigate a recent murder of several young ladies found dead and drained of blood. Can he uncover the identity of the killer without revealing his supernatural nature to lead inspector Cole?
The Twilight Sonata: First Canticle - A Song Before Dying, is the first installment in a shockingly erotic new vampire series by C.J. Bishop.
**Content Warning: The Twilight Sonata contains mature subject matter, explicit gore, and sexuality.**
This is the first book in an on-going series.
| Dracula + Dracula's Guest and 3 Other Horror Stories |
by Bram Stoker
$0.00, 443 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #214 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Fairy Tales
This carefully crafted ebook: "Dracula + Dracula's Guest and 3 Other Horror Stories" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Dracula is an 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. Famous for introducing the character of the vampire Count Dracula, the novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to relocate from Transylvania to England, and the battle between Dracula and a small group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing, Bram Stoker tells Count Dracula´s relationship with Jonathan and Mina Harker, pursuit by Professor van Helsing and ultimate destruction in the name of love. Intent on immigrating to England, Count Dracula enlists the services of Jonathan Harker to arrange the purchase of a suitable residence. Intrigued by the young Harker and his beautiful wife, Mina, Dracula sets in motion a series of events that threatens the sanity of all. Widely believed to be the deleted first chapter of Dracula, "Dracula's Guest," taken from Bram Stoker's collection of short stories, follows an Englishman, presumed to be Jonathan Harker, on a visit to Munich en route to Transylvania. Despite warnings from his hotelier, the Englishman leaves the safety of his carriage and wanders towards an abandoned "unholy" village. "Dracula's Guest" was originally published and introduced as the "excised chapter" in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories by Stoker's widow, Florence. Dracula's Guest and Other 3 Weird Stories is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker, first published in 1914, two years after Stoker's death. The stories in the collection are: "Dracula's Guest", "The Judge's House", "The Burial of the Rats", "A Dream of Red Hands" . About Dracula's Guest: this short novel recounts the travels of an unnamed Englishman who crosses paths with a foreboding wolf-like creature on his way to Count Dracula's castle. A young Englishman is restlessly wandering about Munich before traveling to Transylvania.
| E. F. Benson: The Complete Supernatural Stories (50+ tales of horror and mystery: The Bus-Conductor, The Room in the Tower, Negotium Perambulans, The Man ... Far, The Thing in the Hall, Caterpillars...) |
by E. F. Benson
$0.00, 514 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > British > Short Stories
Edward Frederic Benson (1867-1940) was an English novelist, biographer, memoirist, archaeologist and short story writer, best known now for the Mapp and Lucia series, written relatively late in his career. Benson was also known as a writer of atmospheric, oblique, and at times humorous or satirical ghost stories. His 1906 short story "The Bus-Conductor", a fatal-crash premonition tale about a person haunted by a hearse driver, has been adapted several times, notably in 1944 (in the film Dead of Night and as an anecdote in Bennett Cerf's Ghost Stories anthology published the same year) and in a 1961 episode of The Twilight Zone. H. P. Lovecraft spoke highly of Benson’s works in his “Supernatural Horror in Literature”, most notably of his story The Man Who Went Too Far.
| Rappaccini's Daughter (Unabridged): A Medieval Dark Tale from Padua from the Renowned American Novelist, Author of "The Scarlet Letter", "The House of Seven Gables" and "Twice-Told Tales" |
by Nathaniel Hawthorne
$0.00, 146 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #104 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Occult
This carefully crafted ebook: "Rappaccini's Daughter (Unabridged)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Excerpt: "Does this garden belong to the house?" asked Giovanni. "Heaven forbid, signor, unless it were fruitful of better pot herbs than any that grow there now," answered old Lisabetta. "No; that garden is cultivated by the own hands of Signor Giacomo Rappaccini, the famous doctor, who, I warrant him, has been heard of as far as Naples." (Rappaccini's Daughter) "Rappaccini's Daughter" is the story of Beatrice, the daughter of Giacomo Rappaccini, who is in turn a medical researcher in medieval Padua and grows a garden of poisonous plants. American novelist and short story writer Nathaniel Hawthorne's (1804–1864) writing centers on New England, many works featuring moral allegories with a Puritan inspiration. Hawthorne has also written a few poems which many people are not aware of. His works are considered to be part of the Romantic movement and, more specifically, Dark romanticism. His themes often centre on the inherent evil and sin of humanity, and his works often have moral messages and deep psychological complexity.
| Night Residue: A Collection of Supernatural Suspense Short Stories |
by Greg James
$0.00, 65 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #38 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Suspense > Paranormal > Vampires
Come here, into the space that exists between the light and the dark!
Where a masked god plays with the blind puppet-folk who worship him...where a woman dying to get out of this life finds black salvation in an old shop across the street...where churches and theatres become places of dismal communion...where dreams and nightmares guide the unwitting and unwilling through the broken patterns of their lives. These are fragments, thoughts and memories of a shadow world that linger on in the brain after waking. These are the night's residue.
| A Flamboyance of Plastic Flamingos |
by James Ch. Morgan, James Morgan
$0.00, 416 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #571 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror
Every year, thousands of tourists visit the small market town of Abergavenny for its famed festival. Only this year things are different. This year the locals are on the menu.
| Immortal Conquest (The Immortal Epic Book 2) |
by Kevin D. Blackmon
$0.00, 284 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #369 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
Following the death of his parents and the decimation of his city, Manius of Atronos is granted the power to take back his land and sets out on a quest to save all of humanity from the terrors that plague them.
| Timbiat: The Awakening |
by Robert Burns
$0.00, 209 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #174 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
When fifteen year old orphan Josiah Levenworth is claimed by his long lost aunt, he is shoved into a world beyond the one he has always known. After being attacked by a mysterious beast, he finds that his destiny has taken him to places he could have never imagined before his new life. His new talents bring him to the forefront of a fight started by the parents he never knew and force him to decide which side to pledge his loyalty to. After the appearance of a mysterious man, he is left to decide whether it is a part of his supernatural heritage or the last step away from sanity.
| Demon: Brimstone and Blood Book 1 |
by Ellis Everley, Ellen South
$0.00, 70 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #3 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Short Stories
Demon tracking in inner city Glasgow is no dream job, but with her skills, Cait Murphy doesn’t have a choice.
She’s part demon and works for the exorcist department, she also depends on them for a drug to suppress her demon side. She’s got to play everything their way and keep the demon problem in the city under control.
But when a young girl is brutally murdered and the church blames vampires, Cait knows they are wrong, and so she risks everything to go against them.
And she has to work fast because another young girl is at risk, Cait’s sister.
If you like Patricia Briggs, Linsey Hall or K.F. Breene you will LOVE the Brimstone and Blood series.
Demon is the first part of a four part series, the other books are below in order,
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