Fiction based on actual events always intrigues me, so I was drawn to All The Blood We Share by Camilla Bruce based on the real Bloody Benders, a family of serial killers in the old West. This twisted tale pulled me in. Grab a cup of cocoa and snuggle in. You won’t want to set it down once you begin…
Told from multiple points of view, Wayward by Chuck Wendig picks up five years after The Wanderers ended. An epic, dark, realistic and politically charged tale that you won’t be able to set down.
Narrated by Jennifer Pickens, Final Girls by Mira Grant takes us into a nightmarish dreamscape to treat patients. A brilliant tale from start to finish. Where Grant asks, “What if you could fix the worst parts of yourself by confronting your worst fears?” Would you do it?
I was drawn to Sign Here and curious to see Claudia Lux’s version of hell. The story that unfolds is dark, humorous, well-paced tale that pulls the reader in as Peyote Trip works on a deal that will get him out of hell.
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.
Set in the south, The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix tells the story of a suburban housewives book club that must protect their community from a blood-sucker. Narrated by Bahni Turpin this southern horror story pulled me in.
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!
I enjoyed Camilla Sten’s atmospheric book, The Lost Village, last year, and I was eager to read her newest novel, The Resting Place. Sten delivered a spin-tingling, suspenseful thriller that kept me guessing.