Welcome to the eighth installment of Marie’s Favorite Scary Books: “Haunted with Pride.” Boy, this book title generator never disappoints! (runners up: “Ghosts Without a Home” had a melancholy touch I liked, and “The Colleague Without Eyes” was intriguing.)
2019 was the year of unsettling stories best suited to foggy, rainy autumn nights in New England. Of course you can enjoy them any time, but the mood of every one of this year’s picks conveys dark stormy nights. Ghosts real and imagined are the big players here.
Marie’s Favorite Scary Books, Part VIII: Haunted with Pride
Small Spaces by Katherine Arden
The Invited by Jennifer McMahon
The Lost History of Dreams by Kris Waldherr
The Sister by Poppy Adams
Growing Things and Other Stories by Paul Tremblay