Links to McLaughlin & Sheehan Cthulhu Mythos Kindle Collections

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CTHULHU MYTHOS KINDLE COLLECTIONS by Mark McLaughlin & Michael Sheehan, Jr. (also available via Kindle Unlimited):
 
THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA & Three More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos:

THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER
& Five More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos:

THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR
& More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos:

SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE
& More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos:

THE RELIC IN THE EGYPTIAN GALLERY
& More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos:
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THE RELIC IN THE EGYPTIAN GALLERY & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

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THE RELIC IN THE EGYPTIAN GALLERY & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos by Mark McLaughlin and Michael Sheehan, Jr.
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FREE on Kindle Unlimited:

THE RELIC IN THE EGYPTIAN GALLERY presents the writing duo’s most bizarre Cthulhu Mythos stories yet. In the collection’s title story, you’ll learn of a grotesque Egyptian revenant, forced by an evil power to destroy all living things in its path. In “The Lurker In The Kelp Forest,” a wealthy family is plagued by a hideous aquatic monstrosity. “The Power Of Azalareon” takes you down a forbidden stone stairway into a slime-streaked cave, where dwells a nightmare being that can warp reality.

“The Thing From Beyond The Living Door” features concepts from “Cool Air” as it tells the tale of G’hodloth, a vampiric entity that obeys the commands of the evil Mrs. Veng and her associate, Dr. Brandywine. “The Nightmare In Delapore Tower” is a modern-day continuation of the classic tale, “The Rats In The Walls,” while “Another Terrible Old Man” goes into surreal sensual territory that “The Terrible Old Man” would never have explored.

Mark McLaughlin is the author of BEST LITTLE WITCH-HOUSE IN ARKHAM, and Michael Sheehan, Jr. has co-authored THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA, THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER, THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR, and SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE with McLaughlin.

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SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

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SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos by Mark McLaughlin & Michael Sheehan, Jr. FREE on Kindle Unlimited:
US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6VSKKW/
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N6VSKKW/

SHOGGOTH APOCALYPSE presents Lovecraftian tales of the grotesque, teeming with eldritch monstrosities from beyond the far-flung boundaries of time and space. The title tale reveals the ultimate destiny of the shoggoths, protoplasmic creatures with an insatiable hunger for raw flesh. In “The Curse Of The Tillinghasts”, a sequel to Lovecraft’s “From Beyond”, a high-tech corporation strives to revive the accursed invention of Crawford Tillinghast. “In The Chapel Of Ghattambah” unveils a web of treachery, spun by the disciples of a ghastly insect-god. “This Pulsing Mass That Serves As My Heart” tells of an office romance that turns into a ghoulish encounter with an ancient horror. In the days of the Pharaohs, mummified worshippers of Azathoth go on a savage rampage against the living in “The Colossus In The Catacombs”.

Mark McLaughlin is the author of BEST LITTLE WITCH-HOUSE IN ARKHAM, and Michael Sheehan, Jr. co-authored THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA, THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER, and THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR with McLaughlin.

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DRACULA TRANSFORMED & Other Bloodthirsty Tales

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DRACULA TRANSFORMED & Other Bloodthirsty Tales by Mark McLaughlin and Michael McCarty.
Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1479422991/
US Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K815A3C/
UK Kindle: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01K815A3C/
Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/1124326237
Introduction by The Amazing Kreskin. Afterword by C. Dean Andersson.

DRACULA TRANSFORMED & Other Bloodthirsty Tales features eleven vampire stories by Bram Stoker Award-winning author Mark McLaughlin and Bram Stoker Award finalist Michael McCarty. In these stories, they reveal many of the secrets of the bloodthirsty dead.

The novella ‘Dracula Transformed’ is a modern-day sequel to Bram Stoker’s DRACULA, in which the vampire is brought back from beyond the grave in a manner that gives him startling new powers. Using these powers, he begins a bloody campaign of vengeance. In ‘Lucy Transformed,’ you will learn of the relationship between Dracula and his daughter Zaleska, as well as his growing fondness for Lucy Westenra … a fondness that will seal Lucy’s doom. Even more vampiric horror awaits you in the remaining nine tales.

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THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

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THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR & More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos
by Mark McLaughlin & Michael Sheehan, Jr. FREE on Kindle Unlimited:
US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M08J985
UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01M08J985

THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR presents Lovecraftian and ‘King in Yellow’ tales of the bizarre. In the title story, a collector of antiquities encounters a monstrosity spawned in ancient Egypt. Three stories tell of worshippers of Nyarlathotep and their secret activities in the modern world. The collection includes a tale of the insect-god Ghattambah, set in the toxic ruins of the distant future, as well as two stories of ‘The King In Yellow,’ a forbidden book that offers only madness and death to those who read it. Forbidden worlds of the macabre await you in THE BLASPHEMY IN THE CANOPIC JAR, presented by the authors of THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA and THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER.

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THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER & Five More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

 

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THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER & Five More Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos
by Mark McLaughlin & Michael Sheehan, Jr. *FREE* on Kindle Unlimited.
US: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01DIHNRRE/
UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DIHNRRE/

★★★★★ An excerpt from a five-star review on Amazon: “Mark McLaughlin and Michael Sheehan, Jr. have done it again with this latest collection of Cthulhu Mythos stories. The title tale, THE HORROR IN THE WATER TOWER …. An explorer’s acquisition of a curious larva in the Amazon leads to tragic death, curious newshounds, and the most original take on ‘Rapunzel’ I’ve ever encountered.”

This collection of six Lovecraftian horror tales features two follow-ups to H.P. Lovecraft’s classic tale, “The Dreams In The Witch House,” which explore the fate and supernatural legacy of Keziah Mason. You will also learn the secrets of the insect-god Ghattambah, a malignant abomination that dwells beyond time and space. Mark McLaughlin is the author of BEST LITTLE WITCH-HOUSE IN ARKHAM, and Michael Sheehan, Jr. previously co-authored CASINO CARCOSA and THE ABOMINATIONS OF NEPHREN-KA with McLaughlin.

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DRUNK ON THE WINE THAT POURS FROM MY WICKED EYES: 13 Feverish Tales

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DRUNK ON THE WINE THAT POURS FROM MY WICKED EYES: 13 Feverish Tales
by Mark McLaughlin. ***FREE*** on Kindle Unlimited:
USA: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B011JR0Y0I/
UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B011JR0Y0I/

Excerpt from a recent 5-Star Goodreads review: “The stories in this collection are fun, funny and at times, eye-poppingly weird! …. Somehow, Mark McLaughlin manages to meld romance, pathos, the absurd, the grotesque and faux-noir – sometimes all in the same story! …. The humour is laugh/snort-funny and ingeniously clever at the same time.”

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DRUNK ON THE WINE THAT POURS FROM MY WICKED EYES
is a collection of some of McLaughlin’s most bizarre horror stories, and some of his funniest ones, too. In these stories, you will meet the grotesque underground cult of the Abysmal Elite … spies fighting a zombie conspiracy … fashion models with supernatural aspirations … Cleopatra’s unlikely reincarnation … a secretary developing godlike powers … and many more unearthly characters. So pour a glass of your beverage of choice, wine or otherwise, and start reading. #Kindle #KindleUnlimited #bizarro #horrorstories

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