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    The Haunting of Hill House

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    Don’t be put off by a classic literary ghost story written in 1959. Things go bump when a shy, supernaturally gifted woman accepts an invitation to meet up with an occult scholar, his pretty, free-spirited assistant, and a family heir at a house that may or may not be haunted. Packed with subtext and psychological terror, it’s a classic that can’t be missed.

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  • The cover of the book Sharp Objects

    Sharp Objects

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    We all loved Gone Girl, but this is my favorite Flynn. A troubled journalist is sent to her hometown to write about the murders of two young girls when she gets dragged into her own dark family saga. Of course, it contains a brilliant, grisly twist. Would it be a Flynn novel otherwise?

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  • The cover of the book The Strangler

    The Strangler

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    This novel and the terrific Mission Flats preceded Landay’s breakout, Defending Jacob. Readers are thrown into the tangled lives of three Irish brothers in 1963 Boston while the Strangler is roving the dark. What is love? What is justice? What is great thriller writing? The answers are all right here.

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  • The cover of the book Ghost Story

    Ghost Story

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    “What was the worst thing you’ve ever done?” From the opening line, this book crawls under your skin. Another throwback, originally published in 1979, the story follows four men who think the big secret of their youth is dead and buried. Suffice it to say it’s the second scariest book I’ve ever read, behind The Silence of the Lambs.

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