Twenty free and 99 cent Lovecraftian Kindle Books, part one

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There are a lot of Lovecraftian books available for Kindle that are 99 cents, or even free.  While I haven’t personally read them all, I am only listing the books with good reviews.  Take particular note of ICHTHYS by Arrin Dembo, The Cthulhu Mythos Megapack, and Shadows Over Main Street.

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The Dark Verse, Vol. 1: From the Passages of Revenants – Twenty-six short tales of occult, metaphysical, and fantastical horror that will follow you to the visions of your sleep. This is Sharkchild’s first collection of grim and ethereal stories—a silver medalist in the category of Horror in the 2010 Independent Publisher Book Awards.

The Elder Unearthed: Tales of NasNoroth and the Cult of the Elder – “The…

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