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New Releases: November 2023

Looking for your next dark read?

This lists covers all corners of horror, from hardcore horror to books classified in other categories (thriller, fantasy, science fiction) that I think might appeal to horror readers. I've tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible, covering adult novels, non-fiction, YA, middle grade, novellas, poetry, short story collections, anthologies, graphic novels, and more. Each title is organized by publication date with the publisher and category listed. If a Goodreads link is available, that's there too. If not, I've linked the title to the publisher or author site.


November New Releases...


The Light of a Black Star (That Light Sublime Trilogy #3) by C.S. Humble (Cemetery Dance Publications) - novel


Food For Thought by Ariana Ferrante (Brigids Gate Press) - novella

Hellsing Volume 1 by Kohta Hirano with a translation by Duane Johnson (Dark Horse Manga) - manga

Merciless Waters by Rae Knowles (Brigids Gate Press) - novella

The Hunting Moon (The Luminaries #2) by Susan Dennard (Tor Teen) - YA novel

The Manor House by Gilly Macmillan (William Morrow) - novel

The Night Parade by Jami Nakamura Lin with illustrations by Cori Nakamura Lin (Mariner Books) - memoir

Time After Time (Best Wishes #3) by Sarah Mlynowski and Christina Soontornvat (Scholastic Press) - middle grade

Under Her Eye: A Women in Horror Poetry Collection edited by Lindy Ryan and Lee Murray (Black Spot Books) - poetry

We Are the Crisis (Convergence Saga #2) by Cadwell Turnbull (Blackstone Pub) - novel

Where He Can't Find You by Darcy Coates (Sourcebooks Fire) - YA novel


Best Horror of the Year: Volume Fifteen edited by Ellen Datlow (Night Shade) - anthology

Candy Cain Kills by Brian McAuley (Shortwave Media) - novella

Good Girls Don’t Die by Christina Henry (Berkley) - novel

Mothtown by Caroline Hardaker (Angry Robot) - novel

Saint Grit by Kayli Scholz (Ghoulish Books) - novel


City of Snares by April Yates (Brigids Gate Press) - novella

Mister Lullaby by J.H. Markert (Crooked Lane Books) - novel

What are you excited to read this month? Share it in the comments.

[Disclosure: I have a poem in Under Her Eye from Black Spot Books]

[Image Credit: graphic by Emily Ruth Verona]

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