Two great works of horror are reissued in paperback: Stephen King's Night Shift, and Jeff Lindsay's Darkly Dreaming Dexter.
Zoje Stage's new novel Getaway is set during a hiking trip to the Grand Canyon, and it explores the dark side of female friendship: jealousy, envy, and distrust.
Aptly named, Chevy Stevens' Dark Roads is a deep, unsettling thriller loosely based in fact.
Staci Wilson reviews Emily Beyda's "The Body Double," a mystery that could have used better-written suspense.
It’s November 1991. Nirvana's in the tape deck, George H. W. Bush is in the White House, and movie-obsessed college student Charlie Jordan is in a car with a man who might be a serial killer.
Staci Layne Wilson reviews The Twelve Lives of Alfred Hitchcock: An Anatomy of the Master of Suspense audiobook, read by Qarie Marshall.
In Broken Horses, Brandi Carlile takes readers through the events of her life that shaped her very raw art—from her start at a local singing competition where she performed Elton John’s “Honky Cat” in...
My Best Friend’s Exorcism is a sly comic novel about demonic possession, friendship, demonic possession, and the 80s – think Heathers meets The Exorcist.