Halloween is right around the corner! (or hiding under the bed...)
It's the spookiest time of the year, and we have the perfect line-up for your October reading list. From cult classics to terrifying tales, these books will get you in the Halloween spirit.
Holly - Stephen King
Holly Gibney, one of Stephen King's most compelling and ingeniously resourceful characters, returns in this thrilling novel to solve the gruesome truth behind multiple disappearances in a Midwestern town.
Throne of the Fallen - Kerri Maniscalco
The Prince of Envy never claimed to be a saint. But when a cryptic note arrives at his demon court, he knows it'll take more than a hint of sin to win the deadly games.
RIPPER - Shelley Burr
Gemma has lived in Rainier her entire life. She knows her town is only remembered for one reason, and that the reputation is all thanks to the Ripper.
Cherish - Tracy Wolff
For fans of Twilight and Wednesday, meet the Crave series by Tracy Wolff. Cherish is the finale to the addictive Young Adult paranormal series - with a bite.
City of Nightmares - Rebecca Schaeffer
In Newham, the city that never sleeps, dreaming means waking up as your worst fear. Ness is forced to either face her fears or become her nightmare.
Hell Bent - Leigh Bardugo
Alex Stern returns in another tale of murder and dark magic set among the Ivy League elite. And this time, they're going straight to hell...
Good Omens - Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett
Get the cult favourite that inspired the Amazon Prime TV show, following a fussy angel and a fast-living demon as the end of the world approaches.
A Dowry of Blood - S.T. Gibson
A deliciously dark retelling of Dracula, and a sensual story of obsession, desire, and the lengths we will go to protect those we love.
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