CREEPY SPOOKY KILLER LITERATURE

Zombies, murders, madness—who says great literature and contemporary masters can’t make you shiver and squirm?

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Professor Andersen’s Night, Dag Solstad
Mazurka for Two Dead Men, Camilo José Cela
The She-Devil in the Mirror, Horacio Castellanos Moya
Love Hotel, Jane Unrue
Hawthorn & Child, Keith Ridgway
The Driver’s Seat, Muriel Spark
Dinner, César Aira
The Hall of the Singing Caryatids, Victor Pelevin

Professor Andersen's Night A dark and moving examination of one man’s derailed life, by the Norwegian master who is “without question, Norway’s bravest, most intelligent novelist” (Per Petterson)
Mazurka for Two Dead Men
The She-Devil in the Mirror
Love Hotel A novel about a mysterious love triangle and the almost mythological power of eros—and its potentially lethal danger.
Hawthorn & Child The only certainty is that we’ve all misunderstood everything
The Driver’s Seat The Driver’s Seat, Spark’s own favorite among her many novels, was hailed by the New Yorker as “her spiny and treacherous masterpiece”
Dinner Was it a nightmare–the result of bad indigestion–or did something truly scary happen after dinner in the Argentine town of Coronel Pringles?
The Hall of the Singing Caryatids Victor Pelevin’s Pearl debut is far-out, far-fetched, and fiendishly funny.