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Shuddersome Horror and Supernatural Reads

Spine-tinglers, hackle-raisers, blood-curdlers and read-with-all-the-lights-on-and-your-back-to-the-wall chillers from Kindle Storyteller Award shortlisted author Andy Maslen.
The Haunting of Hill House Shirley Jackson
Ghost Story Peter Straub
3 Koko
Peter Straub

Folk Horror Frighteners

Kindle Storyteller Award-shortlisted author, Andy Maslen, shares some of his favourite folk horror novels. Expect ancient rituals, unsettling rural locations and antlers. Lots of antlers.
The Only Good Indians Stephen Graham Jones
Cunning Folk Adam Nevill

A. R. Torre recommends ..

By JoBB & Alessandra Torre
Genres: Thrillers
We asked our January BingeBooks Book Club author to pick some of the thrillers she loves.
Join her live chat on Jan 24, 2023
Never Lie: An addictive psychological thriller Freida McFadden
Hidden Pictures Jason Rekulak
The Plot Jean Hanff Korelitz

2022 Reads

Some of my favourite reads and listens from this year!
The Marriage Pact Michelle Richmond
The Hollows Mark Edwards
The House Across the Lake Riley Sager

Spooky Reads for October

It's spooky season! Time for some supernatural, suspenseful, and scary stories.
The Book of Magic Alice Hoffman
Fairy Tale Stephen King
Mexican Gothic Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Noteworthy fiction titles for September

The Washington Post's book editors select the most noteworthy books new to shelves in September.
Fairy Tale Stephen King
How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water Angie Cruz
The Last Dreamwalker Rita Woods

End of summer reading list

Here are some great reads to add to your end of summer reading list from
One of the Girls Lucy Clarke
The Dead Romantics Ashley Poston
Can't Look Away Carola Lovering

Top thriller reads for summer 2022

Genres: Thrillers
The New York Times's Book Review team came up with this list of the top new thrillers worth a read this summer!
Blood Sugar Sascha Rothchild
On a Quiet Street Seraphina Nova Glass
The Woman in the Library Sulari Gentill