Bone-chilling books for a horrifying Halloween!

Are you looking to get into the creeping, creaking, spine-crawling season? Don't know what to read by candlelight in the witching hour? Need ways to amuse the little ghouls in your life? Your spooky, scary neighbourhood librairie has you covered:

Ominous non-fiction
Night Walking: A Nocturnal History of London (Matthew Beaumont)
Superstitions and Why We Have Them (Max Cryer)
Witches Midwives & Nurses (Barbara Ehrenreich)
Human Anatomy (Benjamin Rifkin)

Horrid holiday prep
Way of the Tarot (Alejandro Jodorowsky)
The Creative Tarot (Jessa Crispin)
The Satanic Bible (Anton LeVay)
Deceptive Desserts (Christine McConnell)
Wicked Plants (Briony Morrow-Cribbs)

Spooky scifi and fantasy
Welcome to Night Vale Episodes: Mostly Void, Partially Stars and Great Glowing 
Coils of the Universe (Joseph Fink)
Call of Cthulhu (H.P. Lovecraft)
The Sandman Overture deluxe edition (Neil Gaiman and Sam Keith)
Saga of the Swamp Thing book one (Alan Moore)
Monstress volume one (Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda)

Gruesome gothic horror
The Bloody Chamber (Angela Carter)
The Doubtful Guest and The Gashlycrumb Tinies (Edward Gorey)
Les Cousines vampires (Alexandre Rousseau)
We Have Always Lived in the Castle (Shirley Jackson)
Frankenstein (Mary Shelley)

For the lil' monsters under the bed
The Graveyard Book volume one (Neil Gaiman and P. Craig Russell)
Hansel & Gretel (Neil Gaiman and Lorenzo Mattotti)
You Are a Cat... in the Zombie Apocalypse (Sherwin S. Tija)
The Singing Bones (Shaun Tan)
All the Kitaro! (Shigeru Mizuki)
Through the Woods (Emily Carroll)

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