Chilling Autumn Books

Today marks the official start of Autumn.  Get the season started right with these chilling books that have an autumn setting.

In Richard Laymon's Night in the Lonesome October, Ed, a heartbroken college student, finds his life forever changed when he encounters a vast array of creatures that lurk in the darkness, from seductive to downright dangerous when he goes for a walk in the middle of the night.

In Dark Harvest by Norman Partridge, it's Halloween 1963.  Each year, October Boy rises from the cornfields, butcher knife in hand, and makes  his way toward town where teenage boys await their chance to confront the legendary nightmare.  Pete, knowing that killing October Boy is his chance to escape a dead end future, risks his life to discover the true terrifying secret of October Boy.

A 1950s Hollywood screenwriter receives an anonymous invitation that takes him to a graveyard where he find a frozen body in time, poised to climb from the city of the dead to the city of light in Ray Bradbury's A Graveyard for Lunatics.

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