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Find some of the best horror books to read. Find more great horror novels & horror series on Amazon and here are some of them. The Exorcist by William Peter Blatty, The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson, Pet Sematary by Stephen King 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King The Stand by Stephen King Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia Carrie by Stephen King House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski Ghost Story by Peter Straub Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul G. Tremblay The Turn of the Screw by Henry James The Hunger by Alma Katsu Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix Coraline by Neil Gaiman The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones The Institute by Stephen King NOS4A2 by Joe Hill The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris Bird Box by Josh Malerman Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist

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Here are some horror books from the Best-Selling Books of the past. A list of the best horror books.
"Doctor Sleep," by Stephen King
The master of horror has 82 best sellers on our list. In "Doctor Sleep," a sequel to King's 1977 novel "The Shining," readers catch up with an adult Danny Torrance decades after the Overlook Hotel burned down and took his father with it. Torrance struggles with his own demons along with his "gift" of shining. The sequel, which won the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel. If you are up for a horrifying double feature, you could pair "The Shining" with "Doctor Sleep." Who wants to read Stephen King's 'Fairy Tale'?
"Mexican Gothic," by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
The supernatural and haunting narrative abound in "Mexican Gothic." The novel takes place in the 1950s and follows socialite Noemí Taboada as she travels to an isolated villa known as High Place in the Mexican countryside to help her cousin Catalina. Noemi receives a frantic letter from the recently married Catalina claiming that her new husband intends to poison her. Silvia Moreno-Garcia's must-read noir 'Velvet Was the Night' is hard to put down.
"Odd Thomas," by Dean Koontz Dean Koontz was writing horror long before the list premiered in 1993 so we don't have data on every scary book he has written. We do have a good number to choose from, though. "Odd Thomas" follows a 26-year-old short-order cook called Odd Thomas who has the ability to commune with the dead. Koontz would go on to write 10 more books and two graphic novels that featured Thomas.
"Nothing But Blackened Teeth," by Cassandra Khaw Cassandra Khaw's 'Blackened Teeth,' which published last October and is currently on our list, packs plenty of scares into 128 pages. The Malaysian author draws from Japanese folklore to weave a tale of a group of friends gathering at a Heian-era abandoned mansion that rests on the bones of a bride and walls packed with girls sacrificed to keep her company. The group reunites to celebrate a wedding. When the celebration and games quickly spirals out of control, the group gets far more than they expected.
"The Sanatorium," by Sarah Pearse Snowed in at the remote five-star Le Sommet hotel that was once a sanatorium, Elin, a detective on holiday, begins to grow uneasy when her estranged brother's fiancee goes missing.
"The Dinner," by Herman Koch The novel takes place over a summer evening in Amsterdam where two brothers, one a former history teacher and the other a politician, meet for dinner with their wives. The conversation eventually turns to a discussion of the couples' sons, who are both 15. Both boys have been implicated in a heinous crime and subsequent police investigation.
"NOS4A2" by Joe Hill Author Joe Hill, the son of horror maestro Stephen King book "NOS4A2," follows Charlie Manx, who travels around in a 1938 Rolls-Royce and kidnaps children. Their final destination is a place he calls Christmas land.
"The Haunting of Hill House," by Shirley Jackson. The popular 1959 novel, which was a finalist for the National Book Award, was written decades before our best sellers list, it was the Netflix adaptation that brought it back to the best sellers list for a total of two months in 2018. The story revolves around four people who descend upon a reportedly haunted mansion for the summer, invited by Dr. John Montague, an investigator of the supernatural. What unfolds is nowhere near ordinary.
"The Only Good Indians," by Stephen Graham Jones Making its debut on the best sellers list in 2020, the novel follows four Blackfeet men, who, after a disturbing event in their youth bonds them, are tracked by an entity bent on revenge. The novel was nominated for multiple awards and won the Ray Bradbury Prize, the Bram Stoker Award and the Shirley Jackson Award.
"What Moves the Dead," by T. Kingfisher A modern retelling of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher," the novel follows retired soldier Alex Easton as he learns his childhood friend Madeline Usher is dying. Upon arriving at the ancestral home in the remote countryside, Alex is confronted by Madeline, who sleepwalks and speaks in strange voices, and her brother Roderick, who is consumed by nerves.
1981 Dean Koontz book ‘The Eyes of Darkness’