The Book of Fires: A novel of Medieval London featuring Brother Athelstan (A Brother Athelstan Medieval Mystery) by Paul Doherty,
The Day She Died by Catriona McPherson (May 2014) Billed as a "tour de force, a creepy psychological thriller that will leave you breathless" by the toughest critics in the business.
The Voices by F. R. Tallis | Publisher: Pegasus | Publication Date: December 14, 2014 | www.franktallis.com | Pyschological #Supense #Thriller #Horror #haunted-house
We Have Always Lived In The Castle — Shirley Jackson
Books like #GameofThrones
THE FORBIDDEN LIBRARY by Django Wexler -- Alice always thought fairy tales had happy endings. That--along with everything else--changed the day she met her first fairy
Based on the true story of Genie (Katie, in the movie) who was kept strapped to a potty-chair and locked inside a cage by her father.
A great book ~ The Devil in Pew Number Seven ~ A true story of 5 years of the torment and terror a beautiful, loving, family endured at the hands of a mad man. Ultimately a true lesson of an almost unbelievable ability to forgive. You will not be able to put this book down.
Graveminder by Melissa Marr
Hogwash & Nonsense: Ever Onwards re-pinned by: http://sunnydaypublishing.com/books/
Your Healthy Year | Reading Challenge: Books from A-Z | http://www.yourhealthyyear.com
Fourth (last) of the Brian Sadler Archaeological Mysteries. This book asks "Who built the Oak Island Money Pit and What's Hidden There?" If you haven't heard of Oak Island, Nova Scotia, look it up. It's a fascinating centuries-old story of possible hidden treasure. Whatever's there, one thing's for sure - someone went to a LOT of trouble to put it in the ground!
Witch Light by Susan Fletcher (historical fiction) ...This is a beautiful book...i love it
2016 Grown Up Reading Challenge
The ultimate guide to Halloween books - 72 of the best books crossing paranormal romance, occult and witchcraft, werewolves and vampires, ghost stories, horror and classics. http://novelexperience.info/72-books-for-halloween-ultimate-guide-halloween-reads/
You will NOT be able to put this book down!!!! This is the best and most creative murder mystery novel I've ever read! For my MN friends, It's set in the Duluth area.
Christopher Redmayne series
"Sarah Waters' The Little Stranger scared the holy bejesus out of me. In post-war England, a doctor becomes drawn into the life a family living in a decaying stately home, struggling to cope with a changing society. When strange things start happening in the old house, is there a rational explanation?" — Tana French, author of The Secret Place #scarybooks #horror #newbooks #booksthatscaredthepantsoffme
Book Review: A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis - A MADNESS SO DISCREET is another marvelous story by Mindy McGinnis, and one of my favorite reads of 2015. Plus, it’s an especially good read for October. Genres: 19th Century, Historical, Horror & Ghost Stories, Law & Crime, Mysteries & Detective Stories, Young Adult - 4.5 Stars - Click through to read more!
Welcome to the Dark House (Dark House, #1) by Laurie Faria Stolarz. 3 out of 5.
#BustleReads Challenge 2016 Encourages You To Read Women And Writers Of Color
The girl known only as “Mouse” came to her monastery home as an orphan and there, in 13th-century Bohemia, learned ancient healing arts. When her talents attract the attention of the young king, Ottokar, it seems like a fairy tale waiting to unfold—but Carpenter has other fish (demons?) to fry. Mouse’s knowledge and abilities make her special, but don’t guarantee her safety or happiness