Halloween Reads

jackolantern 2003 carved & photographed by K. S. BrooksTrick or Treat…

Tell us your favorite Halloween read – and tell us if it’s a trick or a treat.

Readers, writers, countrymen – everyone join in – write in the comments section below what your favorite spooky read is and why. (Please have some self-control, authors – and don’t post your own books.)

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1. Book title

2. Author name

3. A one sentence blurb as to why it’s your favorite (not a Faulkner sentence, either. Be reasonable.)

4.  ONE link to download the book (only secure retail sites – Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, Apple/iStore, or Sony)

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15 thoughts on “Halloween Reads”

  1. Okay I don’t do Halloween, and I don’t normally read creepy type stuff, but two creepy stories I can’t get out of my head are The Turn of the Screw, by Henry James, and POED, by Candy Korman.

  2. In my teens I couldn’t see past Dennis Wheatley, and when I was a young soldier, injured and in hospital, unable to sleep I used to terrify myself with ‘The Haunting of Toby Jugg’ by Dennis Wheatley.

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