Subject week: Halloween

October 31, 2023
Subject week: Halloween

Looking for something spooky to read? Come by the library and choose from our selection of horror tales, haunted adventures, and bewitching stories. Don’t miss out the chance to celebrate the magic of Halloween through the pages of the captivating books.

Print Books:

  1. Anastasova, M. (2022). Stephen King : new reflections and refractions. University Publishing House Neofit Rilski. I483 A537 2022
  2. Banks, L. A. (2008). The wicked. Martin’s. PS3602.A64 W53 2008
  3. Grann, D. (2018). Killers of the Flower Moon: the Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI. Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. E99.O8 G675 2018
  4. Hamilton, L. K. (2008) Blood Noir. Orbit. PS3558.A443357 B57 2008
  5. Hamilton, L. K. (2015) Dead Ice. Berkley Books. PS3558.A443357 D43 2015
  6. Hutton, R. (2018). The witch: a history of fear, from ancient times to the present. Yale University Press. BF1566 .H88 2018
  7. Meyer, S. (2010). The short second life of Bree Tanner: an Eclipse novella. Little, Brown and Co. PS3613.E979 S56 2010
  8. King, S. (2016). Different seasons. Scribner. PS3561.I483 D5 2016
  9. King, S. (1985). Cycle of the werewolf. New American Library. PS3561.I483 C97 1985
  10. Parrish, P. J. (2002). Paint it black. Pinnacle Books. PS3566.A7567 P35 2002

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books.


  1. Austin, J. (2010). So Now You’re a Zombie : A Handbook for the Newly Undead. Independent Publishers Group. EBSCOhost.
  2. Polidori, J. W. (2009). The Vampyre : A Tale. The Floating Press. EBSCOhost.
  3. Shelley, M. (2006). Open Road Integrated Media, Inc.. ProQuest Ebook Central.
  4. Stevenson, R. L. (2000). The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Open Road Integrated Media, Inc. ProQuest Ebook Central
  5. Stoker, B. (2005).  Open Road Integrated Media, Inc.. ProQuest Ebook Central.