We're always on the hunt for a killer book that gives us the creeps. And if it's on sale, even better! Every month, we bring you the best horror and true crime books—all at a price that's to die for.
Scroll on to find the best horror and true crime book deals of the month. Go ahead and treat yourself to a terrifying new read. You deserve it.
Note: These deals were last updated on 2/3/20. Check back soon for more scary good book sales!
Murder & Mayhem in Mendon and Honeoye Falls
Diane Ham and Lynne Menz trace the notorious history of two nineteenth-century hamlets in western New York, famous for an era of bustling commerce—and criminality.
Foul Deeds & Suspicious Deaths Around Worcester
Anne Bradford digs through the past to unearth tales of betrayal, robbery, and murder across Worcestershire, from Redditch to Upton-on-Severn—includes illustrations and photographs!
Fox Cities Murder & Mayhem
The waters are anything but placid. Dive into the criminal history of the cities along northeast Wisconsin’s Fox River with the author of Milwaukee Mafia as your guide.
Musician Jack Logan holds the key to opening the gates between life and death. Now the tortured souls of the dead—including his own mother—are reaching out from the void, luring him into the eternal domain, transforming his gift into the ultimate curse.
Foul Deeds & Suspicious Deaths In Bath
Lurking beneath the surface of this ancient British city and tourist spot are chilling true crime tales of foul deeds and mysterious deaths—photos included.
Ghosts of the Tower of London
Ready to meet some ghosts? G. Abbott invites you on a haunting tour of one of the world’s most terrifying landmarks: London's Tower of London.
Famed paranormal expert Hans Holzer knows a thing or two about the other side. In this chilling tome, Holzer investigates some of the most famous poltergeists in history.
The Best Ghost Stories Ever Told
This haunting collection is a must-have for horror aficionados. These tales of spooks and spirits by authors from H. G. Wells and Willa Cather to Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, and Joseph Conrad have taught generations of readers what it means to be afraid of the dark—and they're sure to keep you reading long into the night.
A family flees the crime-ridden city and moves out to the country in search of peace and quiet. Instead, they find themselves a part of a disturbing harvest ritual from which there may be no escape in “a brilliantly imagined horror story” by New York Times bestselling author Thomas Tryon (The Boston Globe).
Ray Garton has a way with teenage boredom, small-town isolation, drug abuse, and over-the-top violence—all of which are woven into this sinister remake of the Pied Piper story that features a dangerous figure named Mace who seduces mixed-up kids with his siren song of pleasure, power, and indulgence, all leading to a horrific climax of death and destruction.
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