Top Ten Tuesday: Halloween Books We’ve Reviewed

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Happy Halloween from everyone at Long and Short Reviews! Today I decided to use the Top Ten Tuesday Halloween Freebie prompt to highlight eleven of the most recent books we’ve reviewed here that are somehow related to this holiday. (It was simply too hard to decide which one to cut out to make it an even ten!)

Feel free to click on the links below to read our reviews. I arranged them by genre.

Children’s Picture Books and Young Adult Novels

Bone Dog by Eric Rohmann.

Skeleton for Dinner by Margery Cuyler and Will Terry.

Halloween Good Night by Doug Cushman.

 

Suspense and Mystery 

From Hay to Eternity by Sandra Murphy.

 
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Science Fiction and Fantasy

At the Cemetery Gates: Year One by John Brhel and J. Sullivan.

Tales from Valleyview Cemetery by John Brhel and J. Sullivan.

The Book of Not-Dead-Enough: Admin Errors from the Other Side by Richard T. Watson

Gray Shadows Under a Harvest Moon by Roma Gray.

Dead Man’s Fingers by J.K. Bovi.

 

Romance

Trex or Treat by Tara Lain.

Protecting the Dead by Katherine Gilbert.

Comments

  1. Great list! Clearly I need to check out some of these reviews – I don’t think I’ve heard of any of these. 🙂

  2. The Book of Not Dead Enough sounds awesome and right up my alley just from that title alone 😀

  3. Good idea! Book blogs tend to write lots of reviews, then we never seem to highlight them on Top Ten Tuesday, when we get the most traffic!

  4. These are all new to me, but I’m intrigued! Great post!

  5. I haven’t heard of any of these books but it is the rare occasion that I read from the horror genre so that doesn’t surprise me. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. I’ve never read/heard of any of these books, but looks like you’ve been enjoying a mixture of books for this spooky season. 🙂

  7. Good idea for a list, the ‘Book of Not Dead enough’ sounds good, short story collections suit spooky stories best I think 🙂

  8. I love some of these titles!

  9. Interesting list. I’ve never read any halloween book unless you count Goosebumps. And I don’t really count that. Heh,

  10. Off to check out your list as haven’t heard of any of these. Thanks for stopping by The Phantom Paragrapher

  11. I don’t think I’ve heard of any of these! I need to check out the reviews!

  12. Ooh, so many of these are super intriguing!!!

  13. I’ll have to add some of these to my tbr. 🙂

  14. Children’s Halloween books? So cool!!

  15. ooooops I do not know any of them haha

  16. Happy Reading!

  17. None of these titles or authors are familiar to me, but I like that you made your list by those I’ve reviewed, and I hope you enjoyed them, too. 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland last week.

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