1. Accident Season by Moira Fowley-Doyle: Every October the main character Cara and her family believe that bad accidents happen. They protect themselves and their house. While looking through her phone Cara discovers that a girl from her high school is in EVERY picture she's ever taken. Even creepier is when the girl goes missing. Join Cara and her family as they try to discover the mystery behind the pictures.
2. Diviners by Libba Bray: Libba Bray have been one of my favorite authors since middle school. This story is set in the 1920s. The main character Evie has powers to tell you about your past from a simple object. While doing so, she unknowingly awakens something. Evie is forced to go live with her uncle who owns an occult museum. Join her on her adventures as she attempts to track down a serial killer.
3. Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz: I LOVE this book series. I will warn you it's written for adults. Thomas is an ordinary guy in his 20s except he can see dead people. They don't talk to him. He begins to notice strange things happening including a gathering of evil spirits who feed on tragedy. Join Thomas on his creepy adventure to try and stop the most tragic even from happening.
4. Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness: Okay, this one is a bit of a trashy romance, but it's good. It also makes me want to move to London and explore old libraries. Diana is researching old texts when she comes across a mysterious, alchemy book. When the book appears a whole world of magic, witches, and vampires appears. It's up to Diana to decide who's good and bad.
5. Through the Woods by Emily Carroll: This graphic novel thoroughly creeped me out! I only got through the first few stories before I had to put it down. The book has several short stories that remind me of messed up fairy tales. Mist deal with murders or hauntings. Each chapter is a different story. Even the art is creepy.
6. Shadow of the Blackbirds by Cat Winters: This books focuses on at time just after WWI when Spanish Influenza is at it's height. When the main character Mary loses the love of her life, she seeks out ways to find him. She goes to a photographer who claims to take pictures of the dead. When Mary has her picture taken the love of the life is in the background, but how?
7. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin: I legit read this entire series in a week. It sucks you in! Mara wakes up in a hospital with no memory of why she's there and what happened. Her parents tell her there was an accident and she was the only one to survive. Things just get weirder and creepier from there. This books starts out fast paced and you'll never want to put it down.