TMHF's Top Reads: Novels


Novels
(Most - but not all - have been reviewed on this blog. More titles to come!)

Richard Bachman. The Long Walk; Rage
Clive Barker. The Hellbound Heart; The Damnation Game; Weaveworld; The Great & Secret Show; Imajica
William Peter Blatty. The Exorcist
Robert Bloch. Psycho; Night of the Ripper
Ray Bradbury. The Halloween Tree; Something Wicked This Way Comes

Ramsey Campbell. The Doll Who Ate His Mother; The Face That Must Die; Ancient Images
Jane Chambers. Burning
Suzy McKee Charnas. The Vampire Tapestry

Les Daniels. No Blood Spilled
Lee Duigon. Lifeblood

James Ellroy. The Black Dahlia; L.A. Confidential

John Farris. All Heads Turn When the Hunt Goes By; Son of the Endless Night

Ray Garton. Live Girls
Charles L. Grant. The Orchard; The Nestling 
Ken Greenhall. Hell Hound 
Douglas A. Gregory. The Nest
Stephen Gregory. The Cormorant

William H. Hallahan. The Search for Joseph Tully
Jessica Hamilton. Elizabeth
Thomas Harris. Red Dragon; The Silence of the Lambs
James Herbert. The Rats; The Fog
William Hjortsborg. Falling Angel

Shirley Jackson. We Have Always Lived in the Castle; The Haunting of Hill House; The Sundial
Stephen King. Carrie; 'Salem's Lot; The Shining; The Stand; The Dead Zone; Pet Sematary; It
Jack Ketchum. Off Season; The Girl Next Door
Kathe Koja. The Cipher; Bad Brains; Strange Angels

Joe R. Lansdale. The Nightrunners; The Drive-In I and II
Fritz Leiber. Our Lady of Darkness; Conjure, Wife
Ira Levin. Rosemary's Baby; The Stepford Wives
Herbert Lieberman. Crawlspace

William March. The Bad Seed
George R.R. Martin. Fevre Dream
Graham Masterton. The Manitou; The Djinn; Charnel House
Richard Matheson. I Am Legend; Stir of Echoes; Hell House
Michael McDowell. The Amulet; Cold Moon Over Babylon; The Elementals; The Blackwater series

Andrew Neiderman. Pin
Kim Newman. Anno Dracula

Anne Rice. Interview with the Vampire
Berton RouechĂ©. Feral 
Ray Russell. Incubus
Alan Ryan. Dead White; Cast a Cold Eye


Joan Samson. The Auctioneer
Sarban. Ringstones
A.G. Scott. Childmare
Hank Searls. Jaws 2
John Shirley. Cellars
Anne Rivers Siddons. The House Next Door
Dan Simmons. Song of Kali
John Skipp & Craig Spector. The Light at the End; The Scream
Michael Slade. Headhunter; Ghoul
Peter Straub. Ghost Story; Shadowland; Floating Dragon
Whitley Strieber. Wolfen; The Hunger

Michael Talbot. The Delicate Dependency
Bernard Taylor. The Godsend; Sweetheart, Sweetheart
Melanie Tem. Prodigal
Thomas Tessier. The Nightwalker; Finishing Touches; Rapture
Roland Topor. The Tenant

Thomas Tryon. The Other; Harvest Home

Leslie Whitten. Progeny of the Adder

Hugh Zachary. Gwen, in Green

More to come!

5 comments:

AYBABTU said...

Stumbled across your blog today - Bram Stoker's birthday. I've just shared it with a bunch of folks. Thanks for all the hard work you've put into this.

Will Errickson said...

Wow, that's cool - you're welcome and thank you!

jeremy said...

Impeccable recommendations. Thanks to you I found Search for Joseph Tully and Son of Endless Night last year and loved them both. Both are just so...odd yet memorable. I like Ellroy's older stuff like Clandestine and Killer on the Road. My top faves of his can be found in a cheap compilation called L.A. Noir. Blood on the Moon, was made into a rather bad movie "Cop" with James Woods.

Sam said...

Just wanted to add my two-cents. You've done a remarkable job with your website. It's an invaluable resource that I use frequently when I need guidance with what to read next. Thanks very much for the hard work and passion you bring to the cause.

Will Errickson said...

Thanks for the compliments guys! Inspiring....