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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.

Cloverfield: Creatures and Catastrophes in Post-9/11 Cinema

A thorough investigation of Cloverfield as a post-9/11 touchstone of American cinema. A well-suited addition to academically focused library collections, especially those supporting studies in film and media analysis, political science, and sociology.

Muckross Abbey and Other Stories

This collection of stories is eerie enough to seep into one’s bones, but listeners looking for truly horrific ghost stories might want to seek out scarier fare. Recommended for those who enjoy gothic literature and detailed settings and are open to ambiguous endings.

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.

The Last Animal

For fans of character-centered stories, particularly those focusing on women’s familial relations. Share with those who enjoyed Bonnie Garmus’s Lessons in Chemistry or Tea Cooper’s The Fossil Hunter.

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Natural Beauty

Recommend to those who enjoy social commentary and suspense combined with elements of science fiction and body horror. Listeners will have a hard time pressing pause, as each chapter reveals shocking twists and turns.

A Dangerous Business

Will appeal to historical fiction readers who like a little mystery mixed in, and readers who enjoy women-led Westerns such as Anna North’s Outlawed.

The London Séance Society

Penner (The Lost Apothecary) proves herself again to be a writer to watch. Recommend to fans of historical fiction, especially Victorian-era stories, who enjoy elements of the supernatural. Irwin’s and Wyndham’s theatrical performances make this a must-listen.

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