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The Damned
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by Tarn Richardson (Goodreads Author)
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Loch Ness Revenge
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by Hunter Shea (Goodreads Author)
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" Louise wrote: "Hello! In the Best of 2019 with Rachel she mentioned she likes winter and Christmas horror. I thought I was the only one. I read ...more "
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" If you like the fact that he leaves it up to you to decide somethings, then definitely read The Cabin at the End of the World. But I feel like it is ...more "
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How Quickly She Disappears by Raymond Fleischmann
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HERE'S THE SUMMARY: In this book, Elisabeth lives in a tiny, very isolated Alaskan village with her super-smart daughter and obnoxious husband. Their lives are upended when a German postal worker comes to stay at their boarding house and ends up ...more
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Hannah-Beast by Jennifer  McMahon
Hannah-Beast
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You know I love Jennifer McMahon, and will read anything she writes. Have you read her scary books? The Winter People? The Invited? If not, you should. (Before you read this one.)

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The Haunting of Ashburn House by Darcy Coates
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There’s a reoccurring image in my head, planted by this book. It’s of a half-dead old woman with long, stringy grey hair skittering and scrambling over the roof of a decrepit old house. It creeps me out so much. Yay!

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Painted by Kirsten  McKenzie
"More of a 2.5. A house full of paintings and other antiques makes its way to an auction house. A young art appraiser, Anita, is tasked with making the inventory of paintings in the house and is sent in advance of the rest of the team, who will loo..." Read more of this review »
Painted by Kirsten  McKenzie
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This was a very unusual book. The premise is that by painting portraits of people and possessing a personal possession of that person, you can make them disappear! What it really appears to be is a way to steal their souls. For what p..." Read more of this review »
Painted by Kirsten  McKenzie
"Horror is difficult and very few writers who attempt it get it right. Alas! This is yet another wearisome effort: confused; clichéd and - in its essential conceit - rather silly. In the hands of a Susan Hill, this might have raised a shiver but, a..." Read more of this review »
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J.W. Ocker
“Because you trust your house, right? It's your house. It protects you from the world and, even more important, all the people out there. It sees you naked every day. It knows your sins. It's the only place where you are your true self. So when that gets corrupted, when that becomes haunted, that's terrifying.”
J.W. Ocker, Twelve Nights at Rotter House

Muhammad Yunus
“The system we have built refuses to recognize people. Only credit cards are recognized. Drivers' licenses are recognized. But not people. People haven't any use for faces anymore, it seems. They are busy looking at your credit card, your driver's licence, your social security number. If a driver's licence is more reliable than the face I wear, then why do I have a face?”
Muhammad Yunus, Banker to the Poor: Micro-Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty

Alix E. Harrow
“- novels are untrustworthy advisers. They aren't concerned with rationality or sobriety; they peddle in tragedy and suspense, in chaos and rule breaking, in madness and heartache, and they will steer you toward such things with all the guile of a piper luring rats into a river.”
Alix E. Harrow, The Ten Thousand Doors of January

Alix E. Harrow
“His expression made me think of old-timey illustrations of god: severely paternal, bestowing the kind of love that weighs and measures before it find you worthy.”
Alix E. Harrow, The Ten Thousand Doors of January

Anne Lamott
“But you can’t get to any of these truths by sitting in a field smiling beatifically, avoiding your anger and damage and grief. Your anger and damage and grief are the way to the truth. We don’t have much truth to express unless we have gone into those rooms and closets and woods and abysses that we were told not go in to. When we have gone in and looked around for a long while, just breathing and finally taking it in – then we will be able to speak in our own voice and to stay in the present moment. And that moment is home.”
Anne Lamott

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