Newly orphaned seventeen-year old Marin accepts a nanny position for an acclaimed horror writer and her mother's childhood friend, but she soon realizes all is not well at Lovelace House and must unravel its secrets before they consume her.
Eighteen-year-old Sam is in danger once again when a copycat masked killer starts targeting fraternity brothers, forcing Sam to figure out who the killer is before he loses his second chance or the lives of any more of his friends.
Seventeen-year-old Alana Harlow must save her town from a memory-devouring monster.
For generations, a monster called the Memory Eater has lived in the caves of Whistler Beach, Maine, surviving off the unhappy memories of those who want to forget. And for generations, the Harlows have been in charge of keeping her locked up--and keeping her fed. After her grandmother dies, seventeen-year-old Alana Harlow inherits the family business. But there's...
"In 1996, sixteen-year-old Audre is having trouble fitting into her new town, where everyone seems to believe there's a secret Satanic cult doing rituals in the woods. But when the pastor's daughter--and Audre's crush--goes missing, she starts to wonder if the town's obsession with evil isn't covering up something far worse"--
"Charity Curtis has the summer job of her dreams, playing the 'final girl' at Camp Mirror Lake. Guests pay to be scared in this full-contact terror game, as Charity and her summer crew recreate scenes from a classic slasher film, Curse of Camp Mirror Lake. The more realistic the fear, the better for business"--
From Sarah Hollowell, author of A Dark and Starless Forest, comes a spine-tingling, deliriously creepy YA speculative thriller about two best friends trapped in a corn maze with corpses that look just like them.
Best friends and high school seniors Sadie and Logan make their first mistake when they ditch their end-of-year field trip to the amusement park in favor of exploring some old, forgotten backroads. The last thing
Olivia Prior has grown up at the grim Merilance School for Girls with no no past except for her one treasure, her mother's journal, so when a letter arrives inviting her to come home to ruinous manor, Gallant, she seizes the chance to find out about her family.
"Sixteen-year-old trans boy Benji is on the run from the cult that raised him...Desperately, he searches for a place where the cult can't get their hands on him, or more importantly, on the bioweapon they infected him with. Benji is rescued by a group ofteens from the local Acheson LGBTQ+ Center, affectionately known as the ALC. The ALC's leader, Nick, is gorgeous, autistic, and a deadly shot...Still, Nick offers Benji shelter among his ragtag group...
Lou never believed in superstitions or magic-until her teenage aunt Neela is kidnapped to the goblin market. Determined to save Neela, Lou learns songs and spells and tricks that will help her navigate this dangerous world and slip past a goblin's defenses-but she only has three days to find Neela before the market disappears and her aunt becomes one of them forever.
The farms of Hollow's End were blessed with miracle crops, especially the shimmering, iridescent wheat of Wren's family farm, but then the quicksilver blight came, and the blight destroys everything: crops turned to silver-black sludge, animals sickened and blinded, even people; Wren believes she is responsible, and desperate to save Hollow's End she turns to her ex-boyfriend--but they find that there is a lot they do not know about their town and...
In chapters that alternate between the past and the present, Cat slowly recalls her life before she and her classmates were trapped inside School, where half of them are mutating, everyone is fearful, and self-destruction seems to be the only means of escape.
Jay discovers that the mountain resort where he lives and works with his friends and family is also a doomsday oasis for the rich and powerful who expect top-notch customer service even as the world outside the resort's walls disintegrates.
When Springville residents--at least the ones still alive--are questioned about what happened on prom night, they all have the same explanation . . . Maddy did it. An outcast at her small-town Georgia high school, Madison Washington has always been a teasing target for bullies. And she's dealt with it because she has more pressing problems to manage. Until the morning a surprise rainstorm reveals her most closely kept secret: Maddy is biracial. She...
"Eighteen-year-olds Cori and Maz, once inseparable best friends, reunite to solve the mystery of what happened to their other friend Sam--who disappeared six years ago and has now returned, not having aged at all"--Provided by publisher.
After dropping out of college, nineteen-year-old Laurel Early returns to her uncle's tobacco farm, where she encounters a monster as well as her mother's ghost, and soon Laureal realizes that she must tap into her own innate magic to save everyone she loves.
Haunting illustrations are woven throughout these horror stories that follow one extended Cherokee family across the centuries and well into the future as they encounter predators of all kinds in each time period.
To claim her inheritance, Helen Vaughan must spend one year in her ancestral home, Harrowstone Hall, and with her life and sanity at stake, she must unravel Harrowstone's secrets, an endeavor that forces her to question everything she knows about her family and herself.
After his twin sister Caroline dies under horrific circumstances, Mars takes her place at the elite Aspen Conservancy Summer Academy where he finds himself hunted by something toying with his mind that leads him to the Honeys, a group of beautiful--and terrifying--girls.