Scare Up a Good Book The Christopher Killer by Alane Ferguson Seventeen-year-old Cameryn uses her knowledge of forensic medicine as an assistant to her coroner father to investigate a string of bizarre murders. Courtney Crumrin and the Night Things by Ted Naifeh Snide and sarcastic Courtney is being dragged by her parents out to a high-to-do suburb to live with her creepy Great Uncle Aloysius in his spooky old house. But she discovers that the house and the woods around it hold secrets – the kind that eat snide and sarcastic children. Dead High Yearbook by various 10 tales of death in one graphic novel. Great for fans of urban legends and weird gross stories. Killer Pizza by Greg Taylor Tony starts working at Killer Pizza because he has always wanted to be a chef. But soon he finds out that the restaurant is a front for a monster hunting organization and he is their latest recruit. Fast paced action and likable characters make this a page turning read. The Tarot Cafe by Sang Sun Park Vampires, Demons, Angels, Werewolves, Shapeshifters and more visit the Tarot Café where a mysterious woman named Pamela reads their cards and tells their fortunes. All Unquiet Things by Anna Jarzab Right before she died she dumped her boyfriend and her best friend. Now they have teamed up to face their grief and find who killed her. This book is a sad emotional rollercoaster for anyone who has ever been unable to forgive, be forgiven, or say goodbye. The Good Neighbors by Holly Black Fairies don’t grant wishes and they don’t care about you. They will swat you down like flies. And the only thing standing in their way is Rue – a girl who has always been able to see fairies in their true form even though that isn’t possible for a human. Silverfish by David Lapham Mia and her sister are being pursued by a serial killer who believes that the tiny fish that live in his head tell him to kill people. Very very scary. The Less Dead by April Lurie Someone is killing gay foster kids, street kids that no one will miss. When his friend Will is killed, Noah decides to take on this killer himself and find justice for all those whose deaths were deemed less important. Chibi Vampire by Yuna Kagesaki Karen is a vampire but she doesn’t hurt or kill anyone. But people are always trying to hunt her when all she wants to impress a cute boy. Nothing goes right in this adorable comedy. Pemba's Song : A Ghost Story by Marilyn Nelson Pemba’s always been a city girl and when he mother moves her to an old house in the country she is not happy. When a ghost starts trying to pull her into the past, she finds strength to solve the mystery in hip-hop and a new friend. I Kissed a Zombie and I Liked It by Adam Selzer Ally didn’t mean to fall in love with a zombie, but in a world where vampires, werewolves, and zombies have “come out of the coffin” she finds herself in an unconventional romance. Pinocchio Vampire Slayer by Van Jensen Pinocchio is trying to avenge the death of his father Gepetto at the hands of vicious vampire fiends in this humorous and dark retelling of the classic story. Never Slow Dance with a Zombie by E. Van Lowe What if you came to school one day to find that all your classmates are zombies and you were one of only a few left alive? For Margot it is finally her chance to be popular! Death Jr. by Gary Whitta and Ted Naifeh This comedy of horrors stars Death Jr -- the son of Death -- yes that death. He faces demonic trouble with his freaky friends Stigmartha, Seep, and Pandora while trying not to kill his houseplants and cats. Nightschool : The Weirn Books by Svetlana Chmakova Alex is lonely and has always been homeschooled because of her dangerous magical powers. But when her sister (and only friend) goes missing she must attend a special school for vampires and witches to find the truth. Need by Carrie Jones Normal girl, werewolf guy and its love at first sight. If they can survive the attention of killer pixies. Twilight : The Graphic Novel by Stephenie Meyers and Young Kim The classic love story of Edward and Bella told in graphic novel form with gorgeous manga-style illustrations. The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin by Josh Berk Will is deaf and trying to get by in normal school. With the help of his new friend (who can hear) they team up to solve a murder mystery. Will a great snarky and sometimes nasty kid that will keep you laughing as what he thinks doesn’t match people’s expectations. Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause She is a werewolf; he is a normal guy. She wishes to be normal; he longs for adventure. She is burdened by the responsibilities of her pack; he just wants to be with her. Can these two crazy kids work it out? In Cold Blood by Truman Capote Two two-time losers living in a lonely house in western Kansas are out to make the heist of their life, but when things don't go as planned, the robbery turns ugly. From there, the book is a real-life look into murder, prison, and the criminal mind. The Forrest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan In a terrifying future overridden with zombies, Mary and her friends must brave a forest filled with them. Close to Shore : A True Story of Terror by Mike Capuzzo One of the most terrifying episodes of fatal shark attacks occurred near the New Jersey shore in 1916, when a renegade great white shark went on a man-eating spree that left three adults and one boy dead. The Den of Shadows Quartet by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Four books in one about vampires and the girls who love them. Dark tales of romance and danger. Zombie Blondes by Brian James From the moment Hannah Sanders arrived in town, she felt there was something wrong. But if she doesn’t watch her back, she’s going to be blonde and popular and dead—just like all the other zombies in this town. . . .
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