Dust off your skeleton decor and deck your hallowed Halloween halls—spooky season is here! Join us at Penguin Random House Audio all October long for ghosts, demons, witches (so. many. witches.), and scariest of them all…THE SUBURBS. We’re kicking our listening recommendations off with hauntings, possessions, and transmogrifications. Why? Because they are a ripping good time. These are the audiobooks for fun-loving ghouls who like a good shiver, a good laugh, and a mood-setting story to keep them company while they stud Halloween baked goods with candy corn. Listen to clips below and you may find yourself transmogrified into an audio fan…FOREVER.
Narrated by acclaimed British actor Julian Rhind-Tutt, No One Goes Alone is a ghost story deeply grounded in history and available exclusively on audio, because as author Erik Larson says, â€śghost stories are best told aloud.â€ť
â€śAn eerie, atmospheric, history- and science-infused, locked-room ghost story…A blockbuster production for audiobook fandom.â€ť—Booklist, starred review
Perfect for podcast fans, The Ghost that Ate Us is a true crime style mockumentary that details the events leading up to a massacre at a fast food restaurant. At turns darkly absurd and tragically grim, this story will have you Googling to make sure nothing like this ever really happened because it just might be crazy enough to be true.
Life is hell in this witty, surprisingly poignant debut novel about a guy who works in Hell (literally) and is on the cusp of a big promotion if only he can get one more member of the wealthy Harrison family to sell their soul.
Get in touch with the animal inside you with this darkly comic tale of a young woman in need of a transformation from the author of Cackle and The Return.
A Chicago cul-de-sac is about to get a new neighbor…of the demonic kind. When some gal pals christen a “She Shed,” things start to feel off. Even the calmest moms canâ€™t justify the strange burn marks, self-moving dolls, and horrible smells surrounding their possessed friend, Liz. Together, they must fight the evil spirit…before the suburbs go completely to hell.
Acclaimed crime historian, podcaster, and author of American Sherlock Kate Winkler Dawson tells the story of Edward Rulloffâ€”a serial murderer who was called â€śtoo intelligent to be killedâ€ťâ€”and the array of 19th century investigators who were convinced his brain held the key to finally understanding the criminal mind.
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