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Saturday, 8 October 2011

Halloween Books

Welcome to my little Niche within the library. So grab a coffee and let's review some books.

To put you into the Spirt of Halloween, I've round up a few Howl-oween books guaranteed to chill your bones.

Halloween Books


Adult Fiction: Horror

Aris, M. (2011). The Curse of Anna Greene.  ISBN: 978-1-4477-5841-9
Gordon, J. (2011). The Horror at Halloween (Part One) (Kindle ed.). Robinson. (2007). Kindle
Blatty, P. The Excorcist. Corgi. ISBN: 978-0552156882
Herbert, J. (1998). The Ghosts of Sleath. Book Club Associates.
Howe, K. (2009). The Lost Book of Salem. Penguin. ISBN: 978-0141038117
Irving, W. (2007). The Legend of Sleepy Hallow. Filiquarian. ISBN: 978-1599869308
Lawrenson, D. (2011). The Lantern. Harper. ISBN: 978-0062088727
Poe, E. A. (1987). The Fall of the House of Ushers & other Stories. Marshall Cavendish.
Rowling, J. K. (2008). Harry Potter Adult collection Box set. Bloomsbury Publishing PLC; UK open market ed edition.  ISBN: 978-0747595847

Geary, D. (2011). A Modern Witch (Kindle ed.). Fireweed Publishing.  ISBN: 1937041034
Haig, M. (2011). The Radleys. Canongate Books Ltd.  ISBN: 978-1847678614
Navarrette, V. Donaldson, J. (2002). Room on the Broom. McMillan.
 (2008) Dear Dracula. Image Comics; illustrated edition edition. ISBN: 978-1582409702


Barth, E. (1981). Witches, Pumpkins, and Grinning Ghosts (The story of the Halloween Symbols). Houghton Mifflin Company.  ISBN: 978-0613301954
Dewherst, C. (1993). My Tricks & Treats: Halloween Stories, Songs, Poems, Recipes, Crafts, and Fun for Kids. Smithmark Pub.  ISBN: 978-0831751722
Dunwich, G. (2007). A Witch's Halloween: A Complete Guide to the Magick, Incantations, Recipes, Spells and Lore. Adams Media Corporation. ISBN: 978-1598693409

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