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Playing the Witch Card

Dell’Antonia brings cozy autumn vibes to a sincere family saga with an unexpected touch of suspense. Listeners who gravitate toward supernatural cozy mysteries (such as Bailey Cates’s “Magical Bakery” series) and adventurous witchy romances (like Erin Sterling’s The Ex Hex) will enjoy.

Black Sheep

Harrison (Such Sharp Teeth) magnificently balances humor against psychological dread and familial trauma in this tale of a most unusual homecoming. Listeners who appreciate sarcasm and a dry sense of humor will hugely enjoy this audio production. Uncover more dark family secrets in Grady Hendrix’s How To Sell a Haunted House and Catriona Ward’s Sundial.

Starling House

Harrow weaves an intricately plotted gothic fairy tale featuring emotionally complex characters, brought to life through Naudus’s skillful narration. Fans of T. Kingfisher’s gothic fiction, dark academia like Leigh Bardugo’s Ninth House, and grim fairy tales in the vein of Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber will find themselves right at home.


Both heart-wrenching and hopeful, this gripping production takes listeners on a nerve-wracking nautical odyssey. A suspenseful and scientifically accurate survival thriller further enhanced by the outstanding audio experience.

Silver Nitrate

This slow-burn horror thriller full of Mexican history and culture and laced with social commentary is perfect for fans of horror and film history and listeners looking for moody thrillers with supernatural elements. For listen-alikes about cursed media, suggest Josh Winning’s Burn the Negative, Clay McLeod Chapman’s The Remaking, or Kiersten White’s Mister Magic.

Night Mother: A Personal and Cultural History of ‘The Exorcist’

An incredible work of film analysis, examining cultural context and interspersing personal history, that makes a great read for movie, horror, and pop-culture fans. Highly recommended for libraries with media analysis collections. 


David Lynch: A Retrospective

A must-have for libraries with film studies collections and academic libraries supporting programs related to cinema.

Like Being on Mars: An Oral History of ‘Carrie’ (1976)

Movie and horror fans will love this in-depth look at the production of Carrie that highlights the personal aspects of the filmmaking process.

Cutting Teeth

A story of psychological suspense that explores the unspoken aspects of motherhood and the lengths to which parents will go to protect their children. Fans of Zoje Stage’s Baby Teeth and Grady Hendrix’s The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires will enjoy this.

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