Vampire in the Night by Rhiannon Frater is the first in a three novel collection. I host the Fraterfest readathon each year and try to read at least one of this author’s works. It was utterly addictive and left me craving more.
Narrated by Kristen Potter, Kimberly Farr, Karissa Vacker and Mark Deakins with a forward from Ottessa Moshfegh, Dark Tales by Shirley Jackson shares a deliciously dark collection of some of her scariest stories. Grab some hot cocoa and your flashlight for these spooktacular tales.
Narrated by Christopher Ragland, The Last House on Needless Street by Catriona Ward delivered a fantastically twisted tale that kept me guessing and left me stunned. This was perhaps my favorite listen in October.
Narrated by Damian Lynch and coming in at over twenty-seven hours, Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff was one of my most anticipated audiobooks, and Kristoff delivered a dark, gritty, brilliant tale.
I love a good horror story in summer. I listened to The Book of Accidents by Chuck Wendig as I listened along to the narration performed by Xe Sands & George Newbern. Come to rural Pennsylvania where things have gone terribly wrong as Nate and Maddie Graves, along with their son Oliver facedown an unspeakable evil.
I’ve enjoyed previous audiobooks by Josh Malerman and was delighted for the chance to listen to Goblin, a collection of six novellas narrated by Dominic Hoffman. From the prologue involving a delivery driver and his special delivery, I was hooked. Leave the light on and listen…