Topic: Your horror/mystery/true novel collection

Here's a list of my horror, mystery, true crime novels that I own:

Here are the novels that I own:

Beast - by Peter Benchley
Black Creek Crossings - by John Saul
Black Lightning - by John Saul
By Reason of Insanity - by Shane Stevens
Creature - by John Saul
Death Instinct - by Bentley Little
Diary of Ellen Rimbauer - ?
Evilution - by Shaun Jeffrey
Fangoria: 101 - by Adam Lukeman
Fatal Vision - by Joe McGuinnis
Friday the 13th - by Simon Hawke
Friday the 13th part 2 - by Simon Hawke
Ghoul - by Michael Slade
Great Monsters of the Movies - by Robert Davidson
Hannibal - by Thomas Harris
Helter Skelter - by Vincent Bugliosi
Horror Films of the 1980's - by John Muir
Interview with a Vampire - by Anne Rice
It - by Stephen King
Jack the Ripper(complete casebook) - Donald Rumbelow
Jaws - by Peter Benchley
Memnoch the Devil - by Anne Rice
Murder at the Viscarage - by Agatha Christie
Murder in Greenwich - by Mark Fuhrman
Murder in the Peach State - by Bruce Jordan
Nathaniel - by John Saul
Queen of the Damned - by Anne Rice
Real Ghosts - by Daniel Cohen
Real Hauntings - by Hans Holzer
Rise & Fall of the Slasher Films('78 to '96) - by Adam Rockoff
Salem's Lot - by Stephen King
The Amityville Horror - by Jay Anson
The Jaws Log - by Carl Gottlieb
The Keep - by F. Paul Wilson
The Last Victim - by Jason Moss
The Resort - by Bentley Little
The Return - by Bentley Little
The Revelation - by Bentley Little
The Store - by Bentley Little
The Summoning - by Bentley Little
The Tale of the Body Thief - by Anne Rice
The Tommyknockers  - by Stephen King
The Town - by Bentley Little
The Unloved - by John Saul
The Vampire Lestat - by Anne Rice
The Vision - by Dean Koontz
The Walking - by Bentley Little
True Ghosts of Georgia - by Barbara Duffey
Twisted - by ?
White Shark - by Peter Benchley


Well that's my true crime, horror, and mystery novels that I own so what's in your collection?

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Night Shift - Stephen King
It- Stephen King
13 Alabama Ghosts - Some old lady
Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
New Moon - Stephenie Meyer
Eclipse - Stephenie Meyer
Breaking Dawn - Stephenie Meyer
Wait for me by moonlight - ?
Vampire Diaries - ?

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Prom Queen wrote:

Night Shift - Stephen King
It- Stephen King
13 Alabama Ghosts - Some old lady
Twilight - Stephenie Meyer
New Moon - Stephenie Meyer
Eclipse - Stephenie Meyer
Breaking Dawn - Stephenie Meyer
Wait for me by moonlight - ?
Vampire Diaries - ?

too bad some dolt decided it would be a good idea to post a rough draft of the first 12 chapters of what was supposed to be Stephenie Meyer's newest novel "Midnight Sun." Meyer got incensed that this was done and has postponed the release of that book indefinitely. A few bad apples can indeed spoil the whole bunch sad

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Yeah I know, it really sucks. Wasn't it gonna be Twilight retold in Edward's point of view?

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from what I have read regarding this, yes it was supposed to be from Edward's point of view as opposed to the Bella Swan character and supposed to be released a short time after "Breaking Dawn."

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King:
The Shining
Pet Semetary
It
Gerald's Game
The Dark Tower series
Carrie
The Bachman Books Collection (Rage, The Running Man, The Long Walk, Roadwork)
The Regulators
Different Seasons
Night Shift
Skeleton Crew
Nightmares and Dreamscapes
Needful Things
The Tommyknockers
Misery
Dolores Claiborn
Salem's Lot
Dreamcatcher
Bag of Bones
The Dark Half
The Talisman
From a Buick 8
Firestarter
Christine
Insomnia
Cycle of the Werewolf
The Dead Zone
Cujo
Cell
The Stand

Peter Straub:
Ghost Story
Julia
The Throat
Lost Boy, Lost Girl

Anne Rice:
Interview with the Vampire
Tale fo the Body Thief
Queen of the Damned
Servant of the Bones

My Life Among the Serial Killers: Inside the Minds of the World's Most Notorious Murderers - Helen Morrison - You guys should definitely take a look at this bok if you can find it.


And too many other horror, true crime and mystery books to name...

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I have too many to list. Most of mine are still in storage, but I probably have between 400-500.

Last edited by Bloodwave DVD (2009-01-24 00:54:14)

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Bloodwave DVD wrote:

I have too many to list. Most of mine are still in storage, but I probably have between 400-500.

holy shitola!:lol:

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holy hell, peeps - you really want me to take my laptop to the bookcases in my house and list?  SIGH!  Fine.  But after I get these stupid viruses professionally cleaned off.

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Constantce wrote:

holy hell, peeps - you really want me to take my laptop to the bookcases in my house and list?  SIGH!  Fine.  But after I get these stupid viruses professionally cleaned off.

LOL, yeah I use to get viruses a couple years ago til I switched to Firefox and don't get any now.

Yeah, post your horror/true crime novels on here.;)

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Diary of Ellen Rimbauer - ?  Was written by Stephen King as well.  When I have a few hours and feel like battling carpal tunnel I will list mine as well.  If Stephen King or Bentley Little (aka Phillip Emmons) wrote it I own it.  I really need to catalog my books anyway.

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The Epitome of Fear wrote:

Diary of Ellen Rimbauer - ?  Was written by Stephen King as well.  When I have a few hours and feel like battling carpal tunnel I will list mine as well.  If Stephen King or Bentley Little (aka Phillip Emmons) wrote it I own it.  I really need to catalog my books anyway.

I didn't know if he actually wrote it cause it never said on the book cover so I thought it might have been someone he knew that did it but thanks for the info.:cool:

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I have a confession.
I do not read horror as much as I watch it.
Fantasy of every persuasion is my preferred reading.
The horror I do and have read:
Many of these books I lost in a fire.
Stephan  King
Clive Barker
Dean Koontz
Jack Ketchum
Bently Little
Ramsey Campbell
Robert McCammon
Douglas Clegg
Lincoln Child
Algernon Blackwood
William Peter Blatty
Robert Bloch
Poppy Z. Brite
Charles L. Grant
James Herbert
Tanith Lee
H.P. Lovecraft
Brian Lumley
Graham Masterson
Edgar Allan Poe
Douglas Preston
Anne Rice
Dan Simmon
Michael Slade
Bram Stoker
Peter Straub
F. Paul Wilson
Douglas E. Winter
Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
Horror was my first choice in reading.
Then discovered Ray Bradbury and read Science Fiction for awhile Asimov, Heinlein, McCaffrey.
I can blame Tolkien for my fantasy mania.
I have around 370 books which are comprised mostly of fantasy.
I guess I like my horror in my face not my mind.