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BOOK

The Stars Did Wander Darkling

age 9+

Small-town teens battle monsters in smart horror thriller.

By: Colin Meloy (2022)
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BOOK

Go Hunt Me

age 13+

Teens confront killer in clever, twisty horror thriller.

By: Kelly Devos (2022)
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BOOK

Not Good for Maidens

age 15+

Intense tale of teen goblin fighters has graphic violence.

By: Tori Bovalino (2022)
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This Wicked Fate: This Poison Heart, Book 2

age 14+

Teen attempts to reverse a tragedy in thrilling fantasy.

By: Kalynn Bayron (2022)
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BOOK

The Clackity

age 10+

Spooky middle grade ghost-buster delivers haunting thrills.

By: Lora Senf (2022)
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BOOK

The Book of Living Secrets

age 13+

Spunky teen time travelers get lost in a good bad book.

By: Madeleine Roux (2022)
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BOOK

Gallant

age 14+

Simple and beautifully written horror story about family.

By: V.E. Schwab (2022)
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BOOK

White Smoke

age 15+

Teen uncovers town secrets in edgy horror story.

By: Tiffany D. Jackson (2021)
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BOOK

The Corpse Queen

age 13+

Dark and ghoulish tale of a teen grave robber in the 1850s.

By: Heather M. Herrman (2021)
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The Woods Are Always Watching

age 14+

Teens are hunted by serial killers in violent horror tale.

By: Stephanie Perkins (2021)
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BOOK

All Your Twisted Secrets

age 14+

Twisty tale of teens trapped in deadly locked-room thriller.

By: Diana Urban (2020)
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BOOK

Scary Stories for Young Foxes

age 10+

Intense, violent horror adventure is riveting and haunting.

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BOOK

The Tenth Girl

age 15+

Dense, eerie, violent horror story with surprising twist.

By: Sara Faring (2019)
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BOOK

Wilder Girls

age 14+

Teen girls band together in violent dystopian thriller.

By: Rory Power (2019)
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BOOK

A Babysitter's Guide to Monster Hunting, Book 1

age 8+

Babysitters fight monsters in fun horror-lite tale.

By: Joe Ballarini (2017)
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BOOK

Small Spaces

age 10+

Tween horror done right: scary, not gory, with some heart.

By: Katherine Arden (2018)
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BOOK

The House with a Clock in Its Walls: Lewis Barnavelt, Book 1

age 8+

Ten-year-old raises the dead in creepy Gothic classic.

By: John Bellairs (2004)
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BOOK

There's Someone Inside Your House

age 14+

Exciting serial-killer tale blends gore, suspense, romance.

By: Stephanie Perkins (2017)
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BOOK

House of Furies, Book 1

age 14+

Devilish doings drive suspenseful Victorian tale of terror.

By: Madeleine Roux (2017)
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BOOK

How to Hang a Witch

age 12+

Creepy thriller blends witch trials with high school drama.

By: Adriana Mather (2016)
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