I have enjoyed all of Simone St. James’ creepy mystery thrillers and was excited to try her novella, Ghost 19 narrated by Brittany Pressley. This is the perfect listen at just under three hours to get your spook on.
I was in the mood for a good ghost story when I saw Joe Hill recommended Hidden Pictures by Jason Rekulak. When a young girl fresh out of rehab accepts a job as a live-in nanny, things take a dark turn…. grab your favorite blanket and turn on the light for this suspenseful tale!
It’s time for Gwendy to deal with the button box once and for all, but with her memory fading, can she do it? Narrated by Marin Ireland, Gwendy’s Final Task by Stephen King & Richard Chizmar was a chilling and addictive trip.
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.
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…
I love Roanoke type stories and decided to read The Lost Village by Camilla Sten. Translated by Alexandra Fleming, Sten delivered a twisty horror that kept me reading into the wee hours.