This selection of cozy mysteries, witchy romances, and peculiar paranormal tales will get you in the Halloween spirit (without making you want to sleep with the lights on).
by Sally Thorne
After helping her brother Victor with his famous experiment, Angelika realizes she may now have a solution to her lack of suitors.
by Erin Sterling
Rival shop owners Gwyn and Wells team up (whether they want to or not) when a new coven of witches arrives in town and Gwyn’s powers begin to fade.
by TJ Klune
Wallace is dead, but he’s not ready to go. When a tea shop owner promises to help him cross over, he gets seven days to make up for a life not really lived.
by Auralee Wallace
When a guest dies at the Warren witches’ bed and breakfast, Brynn is forced to conduct an investigation to prove her aunt’s innocence.
by Charlaine Harris
After a vampire with amnesia falls into the care of a small-town waitress (who happens to read minds), it becomes clear that whoever cursed him is still after him.
by Allison Brook
After a homicide detective dies during a presentation at the local library, the new program director tries to find the killer — with the help of the friendly librarian ghost.
by Kaitlyn Dunnett
An effort to turn a spooky abandoned house into a Halloween haunted house is upended by strange occurrences. Namely: the decorative skeleton is replaced with a real body.
by Lana Harper
Three young witches have had their hearts broken by the same guy. When one of them returns home after a long absence, they team up for revenge.
by India Holton
Charlotte, future leader of a league of witches who use magic to correct the world as they see fit, teams up with a rogue pirate to protect a newly-uncovered talisman.
by Carolyn Haines
The Delaney Detective Agency is getting ready for Halloween when they’re asked to look into a series of disappearances in New Orleans that may have something to do with a mysterious cult.
by Carol J. Perry
After Maureen loses her job, a surprise inheritance of an inn in Florida from a woman she doesn’t know seems like a saving grace—until one guest turns up dead and others turn out to be ghosts.
by Nancy Atherton
When Lori’s 5-year-old twins say they spotted a vampire, she calls upon her late Aunt Dimity and her good friend Kit to help her uncover the truth about the being.