Jerry Roth$11.99 $11.15
Try not getting into the "spirit" when holding this classically designed pulp horror book. The cover just screams (or screeches) the same spooky Halloween fears you're craving this time of year. Short stories mean you can spread it out through October, give yourself time to breathe.
Gerardo Sámano Córdova$27.00 $25.11
What is a monster? In this case, a lung taken from a dead son, fed soup broth, until it grows. And needs more. This one leans a bit more into the literary side than horror, but you'll never think the same way about monsters--or humans--again.
Edward J. Cembal$19.99 $18.59
In one of our most recent STARRED reviews, Jadidsa Perez raved about this "hair-raising story about the struggle to accept your monstrous side, lest it consume you...[It's] one of the most riveting books I've ever read."
Jude Atwood$14.95 $13.90
I don't know what's more Halloween than a haunted house. Witches, maybe? This middle grade novel from Fitzroy Books is "a fantastical mystery that rewards readers with delightful misdirections and surprises...highly recommended for Halloween time!"
Brenna Thummler$14.99 $13.94
And let's round it out for the youngins! This bestselling ghostly graphic novel from Oni Press in Portland, OR is a real pleasure to flip through for you and your 9+ year old--from the gorgeous art to the themes on loneliness.