Mystery * Suspense * Thriller * Dark Fantasy * Gothic * Horror *Supernatural
What could be easier, right? My four possible picks are:
Hangsaman by Shirley Jackson: I've read her better known novels We Have Always Lived in the Castle and The Haunting of Hill House. I am super curious about her other four. Why are they not as popular?
Slade House by David Mitchell: I have been meaning to read for the past three years... Will 2019 be the charm? This is the one book that might actually be classified as Horror...
Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie: I've seen the televised version of this with David Suchet but I don't remember who the murderer was luckily! I will probably re-watch the adaptation for fun after I read it.
Snake Ropes by Jess Richards: I honestly don't really know if this book fits any of the prompts. I have an idea it might be "gothic". I bought it for a read-along hosted by a now defunct podcast a few years ago.
I'll come back in November and wrap it up if I manage to read any of the planned titles. RIP is a fun exercise to read seasonally which I appreciate and I love seeing what other bloggers list and read as well.