The Children On The Hill by Jennifer McMahon

1978: two children live with their grandmother who is the head of an famous cutting edge asylum, when a young, traumatized girl is brought to live with them and their world starts to unravel. 2019: One of the children has grown up, now calls herself Lizzy, and is a podcaster who searches for cryptids, when …

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Blackwood by Michael Farris Smith

Red Bluff, Mississippi, is a dying town in the 70's, slowly being eaten up by the encroaching kudzu, and there's something rotten at the heart of the "blackwood" that lurks underneath it's leaf canopy. A family living rough end up there at the same time that Colburn returns to town, an artist looking for answers …

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My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

With it's cover styled to look like a classic 80's VHS cover, My Best Friend's Exorcism is  playful nostalgia for the 80's era, it's music, TV, fashion, and most of all, it's dodgy horror films. And it's absolutely delightful. In the fourth grade, Gretchen moves to town and soon becomes Abby's best friend. Best friends …

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We Have Always Lived In The Castle by Shirley Jackson

The Blackwell family have always lived in their beautiful home, a little apart and a little better than those around them. But since a family tragedy 6 years earlier, Merricat, her sister Constance and their aged and fragile Uncle Julian live there alone, avoiding contact with the hostile village around them. They live by a …

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