Horror Spotlight Best Books of 2022

Horror Spotlight, formerly known as Ladies of Horror Fiction, have announced their top choices for horror in 2022:

  • We Are Here to Hurt Each Other, Paula D. Ashe (Nictitating)
  • Chasing Whispers, Eugen Bacon (self-published)
  • Dead Silence, S.A. Barnes (Tor)
  • Cool S, Die Booth (self-published)
  • Hell Hath Only Fury, S.H. Cooper & Oli A. White (self-published)
  • The Sacrifice, Rin Chupeco (Sourcebooks)
  • Such a Pretty Smile, Kristi DeMeester (St. Martins)
  • Number One Fan, Meg Elison (MIRA)
  • Just Like Home, Sarah Gailey (Tor)
  • The Women Could Fly, Megan Giddings (Amistad)
  • Below, Laurel Hightower (Ghoulish)
  • The Devil Takes You Home, Gabino Iglesias (Mulholland)
  • Hell Hath No Sorrow Like a Woman Haunted, R. J. Joseph (Seventh Terrace)
  • Nettle & Bone, T. Kingfisher (Tor)
  • What Moves the Dead, T. Kingfisher (Nightfire)
  • Reluctant Immortals, Gwendolyn Kiste (Saga)
  • The Honeys, Ryan La Sala (PUSH)
  • Unmasked, Lorien Lawrence (Abrams)
  • These Fleeting Shadows, Kate Alice Marshall (Viking)
  • Hummingbird, T.C. Parker (Scholastic)
  • Burn Down Rise Up, Vincent Tirado (Sourcebooks)
  • Sundial, Catriona Ward (Nightfire)

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