Stephanie K. Klose

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Flying Solo

A delight from start to finish. Holmes has clearly done her research into how public librarians spend their time, and she also asks serious questions about how to make hard choices and live one’s life.
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All the White Spaces

Scott Turner Schofield’s narration is very well done, and Wilkes (Where Things Fall from the Dark) thoughtfully examines grief, PTSD, and isolation, but the novel’s slow pace, large number of characters, and detailed information about the ship and the journey make this a better choice for listeners who enjoy historical novels with supernatural elements than for horror fans.
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Tripping Arcadia: A Gothic Novel

For fans of gothic novels and tales of revenge.
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The Night Shift

For thriller fans and those who enjoyed Finlay’s debut, Every Last Fear. True crime aficionados may enjoy too, since the fictional murders were based on well-known real crimes.
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The Book of Cold Cases

Recommended for fans of the author and those who enjoy supernatural thrillers.
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The Resting Place

For fans of the author and Scandinavian thrillers.
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Catch Her When She Falls

Not recommended.
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This mashup of The Breakfast Club and The Hunger Games may appeal to young teens, but it’s not recommended for adult horror readers.
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From Below

Highly recommended for readers who enjoyed Caitlin Starling’s The Luminous Dead or other survival horror.
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