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Are you the kind of person who loves a good, scary book, especially on Halloween?

Well, look no further. The San Diego County Library has several playlists filled with books for you to read or listen to!

From Stephen King to Silvia Moreno Garcia, Tiffany Jackson, Cassandra Howe, and RL Stein, the Library has books or stories to help you have a good time this Halloween.

Here is a list of the Library’s top 10 most popular scary books in print:

  1. “Mexican Gothic” Silvia Moreno-Garcia
  2. “Pat Sematary” Stephen King
  3. Gwendy’s Button Box Stephen King,
  4. “The Ocean at the End of the Alley” Neil Gaiman
  5. “What Moves the Dead” T. Kingfisher
  6. “Salem Precinct” Stephen King
  7. “They are drowning our daughters” Katrina Monroe
  8. “Stand: a novel” Stephen King
  9. “The Last Girl’s Support Group” by Grady Hendricks
  10. “My heart is a chainsaw” By Stephen Graham Jones

And here are the TOP-10 most popular horror movies e-books and audiobooks

  1. “The Butcher and the Wren” Alain Urquhart
  2. “Dracula” by Bram Stoker
  3. “The Last House on Unnecessary Street” Catriona Ward
  4. “The Last Girl’s Support Group” by Grady Hendricks
  5. “Hidden Pictures: A Novel” by Jason Rekulak
  6. “Frankenstein: or the modern Prometheus” Mary Shelley
  7. “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde
  8. “The House by the Lake: A Novel” Riley Sager
  9. “later” Stephen King
  10. “The Outsider: A Novel” Stephen King

But you don’t have to stop at the top 10! You can read many more terrible stories. Here is a larger list “Exciting stories” from e-books and audio books of the library.

And here is a link to some Scary movies from the Library of St blogs and collections.

Happy Halloween!


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