Recent Notable Horror
by Grady HendrixAfter terrible events in their own lives, five girls in a support group for sole survivors face even more horror.
by Stephen Graham Jones
Intense and gory, this book is from the perspective of Jade, a 17-year-old girl who starts seeing the things that happen in horror films she watches happening in her town.
by Chuck Wendig
After experiencing traumatic childhoods of their own, married couple Maddie and Nick return to Nick’s childhood home with their teenage son, Oliver, and horrifying things begin to occur.
by LaTanya McQueen
Horror meets history when Mira, a Black woman from a southern town, returns home for her friend’s wedding on a plantation.
Rabbits by Terry Miles
Since 1959, 10 winners have been declared of 10 separate iterations of Rabbit, a dangerous alternate reality game. The 11th is about to begin.
by Cassandra Khaw
With a plot as creepy as its cover, this story centers on a wedding taking place at mansion resting on top of a dead bride.
by Eric LaRocca
“What have you done today to deserve your eyes?”
Later by Stephen KingJamie, who is growing up with an ability to know what others cannot, assists the NYPD with a supernatural murderer.
The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward
A new neighbor moves in next to a house with three occupants – a girl, a man, and a cat - bound together by a secret.
All’s Well by Mona Awad
Living a disastrous live, ex-actress and current theater professor Miranda directs Shakespeare’s All’s Well That Ends Well and faces unforeseen consequences.
by Jennifer McMahon
Featuring two story lines, this book follows Jax as she investigates her sister Lexie’s sudden death at their grandmother’s home and Ethel, a newlywed in 1937 who wishes for a baby.
by Alexis Henderson
Marion, unfamiliar with the nobility or their customs, responds to a listing for a bloodmaid and begins work at the House of Hunger.
by Catherynne M. Valente
Sophia thinks everything is perfect, from her perfect husband to her perfect house. But her husband is away a lot, and she is curious about the locked basement.
Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean
Devon and her family are book eaters, a group of people who eat books for food and remember their contents. Her son, however, eats human minds.