With Halloween around the corner, we decided to ask around the Library and see what the staff are recommending for a chilling read. If it’s classics you’re after, we do, of course, have options from Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, to volumes by Edgar Allan Poe – but here are some outside the coffin box suggestions.
Snow White, Blood Red, by Ellen Datlow
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All Hallows’ Eve, by Charles Williams
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When the Lights Go Out, by H.W. Wilson Co.
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Salem’s Lot, Stephen King
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House of Leaves, by Mark Danielewski
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Heart-Shaped Box, by Joe Hill