Despite their horrible nature, there’s something about scary stories that captures readers. And the scariest stories are usually ones that someone is speaking. Read these audio books for the ultimate spine-tingling, spooky, horrific stories. If you’re brave enough…
Just click the titles below to get your scares on with an audio book. If you’re not brave enough to listen, you can also get them in ebook and paperback.
THE RED SON by Mark Anzalone
The Family Man stumbles across a kill list containing the names of other monstrous killers, some even more infamous than he. They have been drawn into the Shepard’s Game – the ultimate contest of killers – and the prize is worth every drop of blood spilled in its name.
A Finalist in the Horror Category of the 2020 Next Generation Indie Book Awards!
HIGHWAYMAN by MJ Preston
Lance Belanger has only one ambition, to be the most infamous killer of all time. Before long, the bodies start turning up all over the country. FBI investigators call their killer “Highwayman.” With no DNA or forensic evidence, veteran FBI agent Lewis Ash is in a race against retirement as he tracks the elusive murderer.
FOUR by MJ Preston
For eight years the Highwayman has eluded FBI investigators. After abstaining from killing for a year, the monster inside Lance Belanger takes control, propelling Highwayman on a path of spree killing unmasking him and turning predator into prey.
THE EQUINOX by MJ Preston
It has existed for centuries. A dark curse held captive by an ancient ritual, a creature of insatiable hunger possessing the ability to change shape at will. During the spring and fall equinox it would break through the separating our worlds to feed. Now it walks among us, unrestrained, and very hungry.
DARK VISIONS by James Byron Huggins
Joe Mac was a legendary homicide detective until his vision was lost in the line of duty. Now he lives a life of darkness, his only friend being a huge Raven that he named “Poe.” But when his grandson is murdered, Joe emerges from his self-imposed solitude to resurrect the skills of the detective he once was.
HUNTER by James Byron Huggins
Hunter can track anything, anywhere, anytime. But he is both horrified and shocked as this beast seems to embody a power that Mankind has always feared as the greatest Beast of Prey. Hunter frantically realizes that the scientists may have succeeded all too well in their experiment to extend human life … For it may have become unkillable.