'Tis the Season...for Paperbacks
Some of the most intriguing reads of the past year are now
out in a lighter, less-expensive form.
7 of 7
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Turn to any page of this one-of-a-kind Gothic fiction about motherhood
and hauntings—literal and metaphorical—and you'll come upon moments of
startling originality, like this description of an abandoned house: "as
if someone ate breakfast and disappeared. The Rapture happened after
orange juice." Hunt is scary good.