Made you look!

Part something or other of my continuing series posts highlighting, free and cheap books that I think are worth your consideration.

HAVE YOU READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS? Four young people win a trip of a lifetime to New York, courtesy of their favourite social-networking website All2gethr.com. On board the private jet, they are invited to take part in the in-flight entertainment a new online gaming experience. But this is no ordinary game. Trapped at 30,000 feet and forced to play for their lives and the lives of their loved ones by their mysterious captor, they are about to learn that putting your life on-line can have deadly offline consequences… In PANIC BUTTON, Frazer Lee explores timely fears about online privacy and security, cyber bullying and identity theft. Based upon the screenplay of the film praised as The Social Network of shocks by Film4 FrightFest s Alan Jones, this taut thriller holds a mirror up to our plugged-in society and compels us to peer behind the online personas that hide our true selves. “THE SOCIAL NETWORK OF SHOCKS. A CHILLER SO TIMELY, GRIPPING AND SMART” Film4 Frightfest “A GRIPPING PSYCHOLOGICAL NIGHTMARE. NAIL-BITINGLY TERRIFYING” Abertoir Film Festival “BRITISH HORROR AT ITS BLOODY BEST” Sky Movies “THE BEST BRITISH HORROR IN YEARS” Aint It Cool News


Vampires are loose in the trenches of the First World War.

Passchendaele, 1917. Private Reg Wilson is a man with a name but no memories. A soldier who remembers nothing of life before the fighting began. Until he comes to Black Wood, a tainted place that knows him intimately. There, he will discover a darkness buried long ago by time and dust. An appetite that has been awoken by war. A hunger that will feed upon his blood, his regrets and his worst fears. It will show him what he has forgotten. It will show him nightmare made flesh. And, before he dies, it will make him look deep into the eyes of the dead.


Every night for 400 years, a curfew bell has tolled from the church tower of Crybbe. Superstitious ritual, or sole defence against an ancient evil?


From the author of THE DEAD PARADE & TERROR TOWN comes 13 tales of horror, suspense, and imagination. 

Zombies? Werewolves? Vampires? Ghosts? 13 Drops of Blood has new spins on your old favorites, plus a whole lot more. Enter the gore-soaked exhibit, the train of terror, the graveyard of the haunted. Meet the scientist of the monsters, the woman with the thing living inside her, the living dead…

James Roy Daley unleashes quality horror stories with a flair for the hardcore. Not for the squeamish, nor is this collection for those who like their horror diluted with unnecessary drivel. A collection that goes for the throat in ways you’ve never expected––

There are reasons why people are talking about the things that creep from James Roy Daley’s mind and onto the page, and 13 of them are right here, waiting for you.


In the vine-twisted swamps of Louisiana, the shadows have teeth.

Jack Winter has spent his entire life running from something no one else can see. His childhood is his darkest secret, but after a near fatal accident along a deserted road, the darkness he was sure he’d escaped rears its ugly head… and smiles.

But this time, he isn’t the only one who sees the soulless eyes of his past. This time, his six-year-old daughter Charlie leans into his ear and whispers: “Daddy, I saw it too.”

And then she begins to change.

Faced with reliving the nightmares of his childhood, Jack watches his daughter spiral into the shadows that had nearly consumed him twenty years before. 

But Charlie isn’t the only one who’s changing. 

Jack never outran the darkness. It’s been with him all along. 

And it’s hungrier than ever. 

A new breed of dark fiction: the subtlety of Seed will haunt you, and the end will wickedly satisfy.

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