15 Oct

In view of impending fright nights looming, I’ve bumped-up some of my books to the head of the (TBR) class.

Cold wind and winter-rain are stirring-up all kinds of dark thoughts just chomping-at-the-bit to slither out to play for a while. So, to this end, the following journeys front and center please:

The Man in the Picture – a ghost story by Susan Hill
The Overlook Press 2007
Gothic thriller fiction
First Edition hardcover 145 pages;

The Lost – a novel of dark discoveries by Jonathan Aycliffe
Harper Prism 1996
Gothic horror/Epistolary & Journal in form
First printing hardcover 166 pages;


Books of Blood – volumes one to three by Clive Barker
A Berkley Book 1998
Horror fantasy
soft cover 507 pages.









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