Creating Your Vintage Hallowe’en by Marion Paull: Full of spooky artworks, ephemera, vintage inspired makes, rhymes and stories, this book celebrates the folklore and traditions surrounding this delightfully unique holiday.
Candy Corn Murder by Leslie Meier: Covering the town’s annual Giant Pumpkin Fest during the Halloween season, reporter Lucy Stone follows leads to a local general store-turned-Internet hotspot when her husband, Bill, is framed for a friend’s murder.
Black Chalk by Christopher Yates: One game. Six students. Five survivors. It was only ever meant to be a game played by six best friends in their first year at Oxford University. But then the game changed, finally evolving into a vicious struggle with unpredictable and tragic results.
Dance of the Bones by J.A. Jance: Prospector Amos Warren and John Lassiter, his young protégé were close as father and son until a violent argument tore them apart. Amos disappeared, never to be seen again. Years later, his bones were found in the desert, and J. P. Beaumont is on the case.
Secondhand Souls by Christopher Moore: Something really strange is happening in the City by the Bay. People are dying, but their souls are not being collected. Someone, or something, is stealing them and no one knows where they are going, or why, but it has something to do with that big orange bridge.
Devoted in Death by J.D. Robb: Eve Dallas, aided by Roarke and her team, investigates clues surrounding a murder of unusual brutality before pursuing a woman and her ex-con boyfriend who have developed a taste for extreme violence.
Owls: our most charming bird by Matt Sewell: Provides quirky and humorous species specific traits of owls found throughout the world, accompanied by original watercolor illustrations.
Happy Halloween by Terrence Zepke: This book was written for those who love Halloween but don’t have the time or patience to make complicated recipes and elaborate DIY decorations. But if you follow the author’s suggestions it will look like you did!
Where the Bodies Were Buried by T.J. English: A front-row seat at the trial of Whitey Bulger, and an intimate view of the world of organized crime–and law enforcement–that made him the defining Irish American gangster.
Creepy Crochet by Christen Haden: This unique crocheting craft book contains more than 25 patterns for zombies, ninjas, Vikings, vampires, aliens, robots, and even Death himself.