Seasons don’t fear the Reaper, but we fear the coming season. So beat the heat and head back to Proofrock for the sequel to “My Heart is a Chainsaw.” Teen heroine Jade Daniels clashes with the supernatural Native American killer, Dark Mills South, but this time, Jade has friends. “Don’t Fear the Reaper” masterfully blends terror, gore, and playful nods to obscure horror films. Trust Stephen Graham Jones to deliver a chilling narrative with effortless finesse. This title is also available as eAudio on Libby.
The summer ahead lies sizzling on the horizon. An inferno, the experts are predicting. And if previous years are any indication, they’re likely right. So what better way to spend those forthcoming sweltering midday hours than engulfed in an eerie tale whose suspense-filled action keeps you in its icy grip until the blood-chilling ending?
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“The God of Endings” is equal parts dark fantasy, historical thriller and literary horror and will surely capture the imaginations of readers who enjoy all three genres.
A father on the run with his two daughters finds employment as a caretaker at a notoriously haunted mansion. This novel explores themes of racial tension, grief and paranormal antagonism, all through the distinct perspectives of its main characters. With its thrilling plot and unshakeable insights, “The Spite House” promises an engaging, unsettling, but ultimately satisfying experience.