Golden, Christopher

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All Hallows

Although this Halloween horror is deeply steeped in nostalgia, Golden doesn’t shy away from putting his characters, and listeners, through the emotional wringer. Recommended for fans of Dean Koontz, Grady Hendrix, and Joe Hill.
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All Hallows

The setting and scope are reminiscent of Stranger Things, nearing the point of homage, so a library audience eagerly awaiting the next season will love it.

Baltimore; or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire

Hellboy fans will love this story, which also provides a great introduction to the tragic hero Lord Baltimore, whose only purpose in life is to battle what lurks in the dark.

Road of Bones

An essential read for horror and supernatural thriller fans.
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Hark! The Herald Angels Scream

Horror masters such as Kelley Armstrong, Seanan McGuire, and Jonathan Maberry will keep you up past your bedtime, but not because you're still wrapping gifts...
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Ararat

Those who dare to read this novel will enjoy a spine-tingling tale with rich imagery and a buoyant cast of characters.
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Dead Ringers

In this story, reminiscent of Jack Finney's The Body Snatchers (without the aliens), the tension is heightened as the doubles endanger Tess and Nick's child. The ultimate big bad seems a bit tacked on, with little time spent on the spooky house where the original demon summoning occurred. Golden (Tin Men; Snowblind) isn't breaking ground here, but he delivers enough chills to satisfy.
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Snowblind

Great fun for horror fans or anyone who needs a chill to beat the summer heat. ["A fast-paced ghost story that will chill readers to the bone," read the review of the St. Martin's hc, LJ 11/1/13.]
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Dark Duets: All-New Tales of Horror and Dark Fantasy

Collected anthologies such as this can be a great way to expose readers to new writers, giving them a taste of the style of authors famous in the horror genre as well as offering them dark turns from well-known authors from other genres. This work proves that even those new to collaboration can make beautiful music together.
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