Halloween Book Bingo 2017

The Books

Cozy Mystery: Donna Andrews: Lord of the Wings
Gothic: Emily Brontë: Wuthering Heights
Romantic Suspense: C.S. Forester: The African Queen
Amateur Sleuth: Simon Brett: An Amateur Corpse
Diverse Voices: James D. Doss: Grandmother Spider
Vampires: Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: Carmilla
Locked Room Mystery: Martin Edwards’s (ed.) & Various Authors: Miraculous Mysteries: Locked-Room Murders and Impossible Crimes
Terror in a Small Town: Agatha Christie: Mrs. McGinty’s Dead
Murder Most Foul: Various Authors: Murder Most Foul (Anthology); Edgar Allan Poe: The Dupin Stories — The Murders in the Rue Morgue / The Mystery of Marie Rogêt / The Purloined Letter; Agatha Christie: Endless Night; Dick Francis: Knockdown; Ngaio Marsh: Artists in Crime, Overture to Death, Death and the Dancing Footman, Surfet of Lampreys & Opening Night (aka Night at the Vulcan)
Magical Realism: Gabriel García Márquez: Crónica de una muerte anunciada (Chronicle of a Death Foretold)
Ghost: Wilkie Collins: Mrs. Zant and the Ghost
Werewolves: Terry Pratchett: Men at Arms
Raven / Center Square: Martin Edwards: The Story of Classic Crime in 100 Books
Classic Noir: Cornell Woolrich: The Bride Wore Black; Raymond Chandler: Farewell, My Lovely, The Long Goodbye & The High Window
In the Dark, Dark Woods: Ruth Rendell: The Babes in the Wood & Not in the Flesh
Chilling Children: Peter May: Coffin Road
Supernatural: Sharyn McCrumb: She Walks These Hills
Country House Mystery: Margery Allingham: The Crime at Black Dudley
Witches: Terry Pratchett: Equal Rites
Darkest London: Antonia Hodgson: The Devil in the
Classic Horror: Robert Louis Stevenson: Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
Monsters: Ovid: Metamorphoses; Apollodorus: Library of Greek Mythology; Plutarch: Life of Theseus
Serial / Spree Killer: Jo Nesbø: The Snowman
Haunted Houses: The Medieval Murderers: House of Shadows
Terrifying Women: Shirley Jackson: We Have Always Lived in the Castle

 

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