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4 Books to Read for Hot Ghoul Summer

Who’s ready for Hot Ghoul Summer? In my opinion there’s never a bad time to read spooky books & thrillers!! If you agree, you should definitely check out these books!

The Haunting of Maddy Clare, Simone St. James

1920s England. Sarah Piper’s lonely, threadbare existence changes when her temporary agency sends her to assist an obsessed ghost hunter. Alistair Gellis–rich, handsome, and scarred by World War I–has been summoned to investigate the spirit of the nineteen-year-old maid Maddy Clare, who is said to haunt the barn where she committed suicide. Maddy hated men in life, and she will not speak to them in death. But Sarah is unprepared to confront an angry ghost–real or imagined–on her own.

This is actually an early publication of St. James’, before she was a mainstream author. I saw it buzzed about on Instagram and had to see what all the fuss was about. You guys- it’s so good! I listened to the audiobook and the narration was fantastic. .

Where He Can’t Find You, Darcy Coates

Abby Ward lives in a town haunted by disappearances. People vanish, and when they’re found, their bodies have been dismembered and sewn back together in unnatural ways. But is it the work of a human killer…or something far darker?

A group of teens living in a town, plagued by the most gruesome murders, have found ways to stay safe. But now they have to face their fears and go after the monster. This is one creepy book!

The Last Word, Taylor Adams

After posting a negative book review, a woman living in a remote location begins to wonder if the author is a little touchy—or very, very dangerous.

Adams strides the line between thriller and horror in his novels. The Last Word is no different and, as a book review, this plot really hits home. A crazy cat and mouse thriller, and in true Adams fashion, the plot twists will give you frightening whip lash!

Bright Young Women, Jessica Knoll

January 1978. A serial killer is on the lose. A local sorority house is the site of the killers latest victims. Two women must rely on each other to stay safe and catch the killer.

This one has a true crime feel to it and jumps around a timeline a bit. Not necessarily scary, but definitely a page turner.

Do you read spooky books all year or only around Halloween?

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