5 Creepy TBR’s for Halloween 2022

Shadow of Fear by Curtis Myer

I don’t know why I haven’t started with this one yet, I guess it’s because I have high expectations and I don’t want to be disappointed. Apparently, it’s a true ghost story that was experienced and written by someone that one of my friends knows from my church. This has been on my shelf for a while now, so I’m finally planning on delving into it.

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

This one is mainly on my “Need to Finish” list, since I want to start the AMC+ series about it, but I wanted to see how it compares as an adaptation. However, I’ve been stuck in the same spot since last year, so hopefully, the story will pick up soon so I can finish.

Behind A Mask: The Unknown Thrillers of Louisa May Alcott

I found this book on accident when I was looking for a book with the same title about one of King Henry VIII’s wives, Jane Seymour. My first response was “the author of Little Women (a story which I love, by the way) wrote thrillers?” and I realized I had to check this out!

All the Lovely Bad Ones: A Ghost Story by Mary Downing Hahn

This is the next book in my collection of Mary Downing Hahn books I got from Costco last Christmas. I don’t know much about it, but if it’s anything like Wait Till Helen Comes or The Girl in the Locked Room, I’ll probably end up liking it. …I hope I’m right!

To Die, To Sleep: A Novel of Suspense by Stephanie Black

Speaking of thrillers, this one is a shorter novel by a Deseret Book author that wrote a novella I reviewed in the past, so I thought, why not? This is one I actually just finished last month that was on my Halloween TBR list, so I think it still counts. After reading it, I realized it was Book #3 in a series, but I thought it could be a good stand-alone book too. My review for it will be posted soon!

Published by Ashley Weaver

I am a writer, reader, student, and teacher of literature and the English language.

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