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Bad witch-burning by Jessica Lewis: Katrell is paid by clients to talk to their deceased loved ones, even if they do not pay her enough. So when a ghost warns her to stop the summons, she is willing to call the bluff. And when a summons accidentally raises someone from the dead, she realizes that it is a much more lucrative business idea. But dark forces shut in, for magic does not come for free.
Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Lisa Sterle: Becca has just moved to a new high school and is immediately adopted by Marley, Arianna and Mandy … the most popular girls in school. Becca quickly learns that there is more to them than one can see when, under the light of the full moon, she discovers that her new friends are werewolves who position themselves to destroy slimy boys who exploit unsuspecting girls. But after Arianna’s boyfriend is killed, the hunt for a serial killer begins, and their position becomes much grayer than they first thought.
Cemetery boys by Aiden Thomas: To prove that he is a brujo for his traditional Latinx family, Yadriel, a transgender boy, tries to summon the ghost from his murdered cousin to free it. The ghost that appears instead? Julian Diaz, the school’s resident bad boy. Julian is quite determined to find out what happened to him, and since there is not really another choice, Yadriel agrees to help. But the longer the two boys spend together, the less Yadriel wants Julian to leave.
White smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson: Marigold’s newly mixed family has just moved to the town of Cedarville in the Midwest to get his mother’s new job – a job that comes complete with a free, renovated house. But there are secrets in their homes: things have disappeared, doors open by themselves, and there are voices in the walls. Plus, her 10-year-old step-sister, Piper, keeps talking about her friend who wants Mari gone …
It buried by Melissa Gray: Do not go outside. It’s one of Dr. Moran’s rules in the underground bunker that Sash, Yuna and Gabe live in. The residents were forced underground a decade earlier, though no one wants to talk about what happened that day. But Dr. Moran might be lying to them … about everything.
Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone: Violeta arrives at the Lakesedge estate and awaits a monster. After all, rumor has it that Rowan Sylvanan drowned his entire family when he was a boy. But as she begins to fall for him, she finds out that there is something else on the property she should be afraid of: a creature under the lake, a god of death called Lord Under, one to whom Rowan is bound and a Leta must save both of them from.
The intake of Jake Livingston by Ryan Douglass: It’s hard enough to fit into St. Clair Prep, where he is one of the only black children, but Jake Livingston can also see the dead. Although most are harmless, stuck in a loop where they relive their death over and over again, all rules about ghosts are thrown out when Sawyer – who shot and killed 16 children at a local high school last year before taking his own life – arrives. As Sawyer begins to pursue Jake, high school becomes a survival game as the corpses begin to emerge in his neighborhood.
All these bodies by Kendare Blake: In the summer of 1958 plagues a series of murders in which the bodies are found drained of blood, the Midwest. The case gets its first clue when a 15-year-old girl is found at the site of the Carlson family’s farmhouse in Minnesota. Her name is Marie Catherine Hale and she is covered in blood that is not hers and the only person she wants to talk to is Michael, the aspiring journalist son of the local sheriff.
Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson: The Gray Sisters are nuns who cleanse the bodies of the dead, let their souls go on and prevent them from rising like spirits who hunger for the living. Artemisia is in training to become one of these sisters defending the monastery when it is attacked by occupied soldiers. Only … she does it by awakening a revenant, an ancient spirit of extraordinary power, bound to a relic of a saint. But as the knowledge of the Vespertines, priestesses trained to handle these relics, is lost, the only teacher Artemisia can learn from is the revenant itself.
Labyrinth lost by Zoraida Córdova: Alex is destined to be the most powerful bruja in her family, but all she wants is to free herself from her magic. So on the day of her death, she performs a curse to free herself from it, only to have her family disappear instead. With no other options, she needs the help of Nova, a mysterious brujo, to get her family back from Los Lagos.
The dark infinity by Kate Pentecost: After the kingdom of Kaer-Ise is attacked, Flora, the princess’ maid, is left as the only survivor, in search of the princess she served. To do so, she will make a deal with Ankou, who at night is a legendary young mercenary and during the day is nothing more than bones. He will help train her in return for her help in breaking his curse and finding the death that has been prophesied for him, even as she slowly grows to understand (and possibly love) him.
The lost girls by Sonia Hartl: Holly Liddell was promised eternal love by Elton Irving, way back in 1987. But 34 years later, Holly is still a 16-year-old (albeit a vampire, single). But things change when she meets Rose and Ida, both also turned into vampires by Elton and then thrown away in 1954 and 1921. respectively, they plan to kill Elton and want Holly’s help. Although initially reluctant, she begins to reconsider when Holly meets and begins to fall for a girl named Parker, whom Elton has targeted.
Seance Tea Party by Reimena Yee: In this beautiful graphic novel about growing up and growing apart, Lora has seen her friends disappear from her life as they become more serious and have less time for fun and imagination. But there’s one character in her life who has the same sense of fun and adventure that Lora does – her old imaginary friend (and the ghost who haunts her house), Alexa.
ace of spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé: Shortly after Devon and Chiamaka have been selected to be among the senior class prefects at Niveus Private Academy, anonymous text messages sent by an unknown figure going by the name “Aces” begin to go out to the students. These texts reveal secrets about the lives of Devons and Chiamaka – secrets that threaten all aspects of their carefully planned future. As the couple begins to dig in trying to figure out who could be behind it, the effort only grows, and the conspiracy turns out to have much deeper roots than any of them had imagined.
His abominable heart edited by Dahlia Adler: This anthology brings together 13 retellings of classic Edgar Allan Poe stories and poems. From “The Raven” to “The Cask of Amontillado” and from “Annabelle Lee” to “The Tell-Tale Heart,” these tales, retold in the hands of writers like Kendare Blake, Tiffany D. Jackson, Marieke Nijkamp, and Amanda Lovelace , will definitely cool you down.
Payback is a witch by Lana Harper: Emmy Harlow has forged her own way in the world and avoided her magical hometown of Thistle Grove … and with it Gareth Blackmoore. When Emmy is drawn back to the city for a magic casting tournament, she is also drawn into a revenge plot against Gareth, who is not only the heir to the city’s most powerful family, but at the same time saw Emmy’s best friend Linden and the naughty Talia Avramov without anyone of them know it. And in the midst of all this, Emmy is drawn in by the beautiful Talia.
Nothing but black teeth by Cassandra Khaw: Sometimes destination weddings are on a beach … and sometimes they are in an abandoned mansion from the Heian era, built on the bones of a bride and packed with the remains of sacrificed girls. The group of suspense seekers may have bitten off more than they can chew, as their meeting place quickly turns into a nightmare with the presence of the lonely ghost break.
Velvet was the night by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Maite lived in Mexico City in the 1970s, working as a secretary and living for the latest issue of Secret Romance. When her great-great-grandmother Leonora disappears under mysterious circumstances, Maite finds out that she is looking for the woman who seems to be living the life she desires. But she’s not the only one looking for the missing woman, as Elvis, an eccentric criminal, observes Maite from a distance.
The space between worlds by Micaiah Johnson: In the world of Cara, multiverse travel is possible. There is only one catch: No one can visit a world where their counterpart is still alive. Cara happens to be a good candidate for multitasking as her colleagues have died in 372 different worlds. But when one of her eight remaining colleagues dies under mysterious circumstances, she will discover a plot that puts the entire multiverse in danger.