Some thoughts on book choices for Halloween Bingo

Having a look at my TBR to come up with some idea of what I might read for the Halloween bingo card.


The Dead Will Walk



Feed - Mira Grant  Rot and Ruin - Jonathan Maberry  My Life as A White Trash Zombie - Diana Rowland  The Girl with All the Gifts - M.R. Carey  




Dreamcatcher - Stephen King  Stinger - Robert R. McCammon  The Void - Brett J. Talley  Alien Aberrations - Ryan C. Thomas,David Dunwoody,Randy Chandler,Stephen R. Pastore  




Siren - John Everson  Dead Witch Walking - Kim Harrison  Anno Dracula  - Kim Newman  Succubi - Edward Lee  




Fool Moon - Jim Butcher  Ravenous - Ray Garton  The Wolfen - Whitley Strieber  Everything Under the Moon: A Novel - Jeff Johnson  


Chilling Children


A Monster Calls - Patrick Ness  Katie (Valancourt 20th Century Classics) - Michael McDowell  The Monstrumologist - Rick Yancey  The Graveyard Book - Neil Gaiman  


Haunted Houses


Ghost Story - Peter Straub  The Turn of the Screw - Henry James  Haunted - James Herbert  The House - Bentley Little  




Let the Right One In: A Novel - John Ajvide Lindqvist  The Strain - Guillermo del Toro,Chuck Hogan  They Thirst - Robert R. McCammon  Enter, Night - Michael Rowe  


Magical Realism


American Gods: A Novel - Neil Gaiman  The Ocean at the End of the Lane: A Novel - Neil Gaiman  The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon - Stephen King  The Book of Lost Things - John Connolly  




Fangtooth - Shaun Jeffrey  The Resurrectionist: The Lost Work of Dr. Spencer Black - E.B. Hudspeth  The Hatching: A Novel - Ezekiel Boone  Loch Ness Revenge - Hunter Shea  



Diverse Voices


Monster Hunter International - Larry Correia  The Resurrectionist - Wrath James White  Addicted to the Dead - Shane McKenzie  Clickers - J.F. Gonzalez,Mark Williams  




Stardust - Neil Gaiman  The Bell Witch - John F.D. Taff  Witch Water - Edward Lee  The Witching House - Brian Moreland  




Anna Dressed in Blood - Kendare Blake  20th Century Ghosts - Joe Hill,Christopher Golden  The Lovely Bones - Alice Sebold  First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones  


80's Horror


Moonbog - Rick Hautala  Cold Moon Over Babylon (Valancourt 20th Century Classics) - Michael P. Kube-McDowell,Mike Mignola  Phantoms - Dean Koontz  Son of the Endless Night - John Farris  


Terrifying Women


The Lottery and Other Stories - Shirley Jackson  Rebecca -  Daphne du Maurier,Sally Beauman  Brother - Ania Ahlborn  Marked In Flesh - Anne Bishop  


American Horror Story


Dark Hollow - John Connolly  The Bottoms - Joe R. Lansdale  Exponential - Adam Cesare  Cannibal Corpse, M/C - Tim Curran  


Genre: Horror


Meat - Joseph D'Lacey  Bottled Abyss - Benjamin Kane Ethridge  Nightwhere - John Everson  Children of the Dark - Jonathan Janz  


Country House Mystery


And Then There Were None - Agatha Christie  Shutter Island - Dennis Lehane  The Moonstone - Wilkie Collins  


Darkest London



The Yard - Alex Grecian  Murder as a Fine Art - David Morrell  The Enemy - Charlie Higson  The Treatment - Mo Hayder  


Modern Masters of Horror


Doctor Sleep - Stephen King  Ghost Road Blues - Jonathan Maberry  Voices of the Damned - Barbie Wilde  White Knuckle - Eric Red  


Classic Noir


A Drink Before the War - Dennis Lehane  Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn  Heaven's Prisoners - James Lee Burke  The Midnight Room - Ed Gorman 





Rosemary's Baby - Ira Levin  Baal - Robert McCammon  Practical Demonkeeping - Christopher Moore  Kill the Dead  - Richard Kadrey  


Romantic Suspense


One for the Money - Janet Evanovich  Darkfever - Karen Marie Moning  Magic Bites -  Ilona Andrews  Mockingjay  - Suzanne  Collins  


In the Dark, Dark Woods


The Hunter from the Woods - Robert McCammon  The Devil's Woods - Brian Moreland  The Haunted Forest Tour - Jeff Strand,James A. Moore  Dark Hollow - Brian Keene  


Serial/Spree Killer


The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America - Erik Larson  Dearly Devoted Dexter - Jeff Lindsay  I Hunt Killers - Barry Lyga  Cherry Bomb  - J.A. Konrath 


I'm struggling a bit with a couple of the squares, especially the Classic Noir and Romantic Suspense.

I've tried to stick to my TBR as I don't want to buy anything new but if anyone has any suggestions, I'll all ears.