By the wonderful Michael Rowe. A contemporary Salem's Lot of sorts.
A beautifully written ghost story with a beautiful introduction written by the above-referenced Michael Rowe.
Two novellas about two very different women.
A collection of stories that still haunt me. I've been reading this author since my teens, and he has my undying admiration.
I recommend this one on audiobook because the performance is so damn good.
He has two books on my 25 Essential Reads list, but this one needed to be listed somewhere because it's such a compelling story.
A debut collection from an author I'll be keeping an eye on.
See my comment above. These stories are somewhat connected and that makes the whole book even more impressive.
Joe Lansdale is a genre unto himself. This western is simply wonderful. (And funny, because it's Joe Lansdale.)
This was my favorite book for many years. I finally re-read it this year, and was happy to find that it still holds up. It's a story within a story within a story.