Bram Stoker

13 new Halloween reads to chill, amuse, inform and terrify

13 new Halloween reads to chill, amuse, inform and terrify

Halloween is almost here and the days are getting shorter — which means more time to read spooky tales under the cover of night.

Seeking the company of vampires, witches or mysterious tarot decks? How about modern hexes or the true story of Lincoln’s ghost? Here are 13 new titles to read by jack-o’-lantern light:

1. “In the Footsteps of Dracula” edited by Stephen Jones (Pegasus Books, $29.95)

Beginning with Bram Stoker’s Victorian-era Dracula and ending in the 21st century, this collection of more than 30 stories follows the evolution of the...

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