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Bram Stoker Awards
2011 (Best Novel)
Flesh Eaters
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2011 (Best Nonfiction)
Stephen King: A Literary Companion
Click to search this book in our catalog   Rocky Wood

Library Journal Freelance writer Wood (Stephen King: The Non-Fiction) has assembled an alphabetized primer o...More

2010 (Best Novel)
A Dark Matter
Click to search this book in our catalog   Peter Straub

Library Journal Forty years after a horrific event experienced by a group of high school seniors, the now mi...More

 
2010 (Best First Novel)
Black and Orange
 Benjamin Kane Ethridge
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2010 (Best First Novel)
Castle of Los Angeles
 Lisa Morton
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2010 (Best Nonfiction)
To Each Their Darkness
 Gary A. Braunbeck
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2009 (Best Novel)
Audreys Door
Click to search this book in our catalog   Sarah Langan

Publishers Weekly Langan's lackluster third horror novel follows emotionally stunted, mentally ill Audre...More

2009 (Best First Novel)
Damnable
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2009 (Best Nonfiction)
Writers Workshop of Horror
Click to search this book in our catalog   Michael Knost
 
2008 (Best Novel)
The Missing
 Sarah Langan

Publishers Weekly In her second novel, Langan delivers a powerhouse creepfest that recalls, in the best way ...More

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2008 (Best First Novel)
Heart-Shaped Box
 Joe Hill
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2008 (Best Nonfiction)
THE CRYPTOPEDIA: A Dictionary of the Weird, Strange and Downright Bizarre
 Jonathan Maberry & David F. Kramer
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2007 (Best Novel)
Liseys Story
Click to search this book in our catalog   Stephen King
2007 (Best First Novel)
Ghost Road Blues
Click to search this book in our catalog   Jonathan Maberry

Publishers Weekly Maberry supplies plenty of chills, both Earth-bound and otherworldly, in this atmospheric ...More

2007 (Best Nonfiction - tie)
Final Exits: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of How We Die
Click to search this book in our catalog   Michael Largo
 
2007 (Best Nonfiction - tie)
Gospel of the Living Dead: George Romeros Vision of Hell on Earth
 Kim Paffenroth

Publishers Weekly You don't have to be a fan of zombie movies to learn from them, but it probably helps....More

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2006 (Best Novel - tie)
Creepers
 David Morrell

Publishers Weekly Morrell takes a creative kind of breaking-and-entering as the premise for his latest thril...More

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2006 (Best Novel - tie)
Dread in the Beast
 Charlee Jacob
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2006 (Best First Novel)
Scarecrow Gods
Click to search this book in our catalog   Weston Ochse
2005 (Best Novel)
In the Night Room
Click to search this book in our catalog   Peter Straub

Publishers Weekly In Black House, Straub and Stephen King wrote of "slippage," whereby the borders...More

2005 (Best First Novel)
Covenant
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2005 (Young Readers - tie)
Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War
 Clive Barker

Publishers Weekly Favorite characters from lands near and far return in a multitude of fall sequels. Abarat:...More

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2005 (Young Readers - tie)
Oddest Yet
 Steve Burt
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2004 (Best Novel)
Lost Boy Lost Girl
 Peter Straub

Publishers Weekly For its high artistry and uncanny mix of dread and hope, Straub's 16th novel, his shor...More

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2004 (Best First Novel)
The Rising
Click to search this book in our catalog   Brian Keene

Library Journal The world has changed and the dead are rising up as intelligent zombies. Jim Thurmond, one o...More

2004 (Young Readers)
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Click to search this book in our catalog   J.K. Rowling

Library Journal Just in case you missed it in all the media, the fifth installment of the Harry Potter seri...More

2003 (Best Novel)
The Night Class
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2003 (Best First Novel)
The Lovely Bones
 Alice Sebold

Library Journal Sebold, whose previous book, Lucky, told of her own rape and the subsequent trial of her att...More

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2003 (Young Readers)
Coraline
 Neil Gaiman

Library Journal When Coraline's family moves into a new home, she explores every corner and closet, look...More

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2002 (Best Novel)
American Gods
 Neil Gaiman

Book list Shadow, a strong, silent, Steven Seagal type, has kept his head down while doing time for creaming...More

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2002 (Best First Novel)
Deadliest of the Species
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2002 (Young Readers)
The Willow Files
Click to search this book in our catalog   Yvonne Navarro
2001 (Best Novel)
The Traveling Vampire Show
Click to search this book in our catalog   Richard Laymon

Publishers Weekly Like the vampire he celebrates so often (Stake, etc.), this talented writer's career, o...More

 
2001 (Best First Novel)
The Licking Valley Coon Hunters Club
 Brian A. Hopkins
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2001 (Young Readers)
The Power of Un
 Nancy Etchemendy

Book list Gr. 4^-7. Etchemendy's intriguing fantasy handles some powerful, big questions about life, the ...More

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2000 (Best Novel)
Mr. X.
 Peter Straub

Library Journal The "Mr. X" of the title is the shade that seems to follow Ned Dunstan through life...More

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2000 (Best First Novel)
Wither
Click to search this book in our catalog   J.G. Passarella

Library Journal In the historic town of Winfield, MA, a cyclical evil arises to feed its thirst and seek host...More

2000 (Young Readers)
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Click to search this book in our catalog   J.K. Rowling

Publishers Weekly Rowling proves that she has plenty of tricks left up her sleeve in this third Harry Potter ...More

1999 (Best Novel)
Bag of Bones
Click to search this book in our catalog   Stephen King

Library Journal King's first novel with new publisher Scribner is a traditional ghost story that proves h...More

 
1999 (Best First Novel)
Night Prayers
 P.D. Cacek
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1999 (Young Readers)
Hungry Ghosts
 Ellen Steiber
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1998 (Best Novel)
Children of the Dusk
 Janet Berliner
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1998 (Best First Novel)
Lives of the Monster Dogs
Click to search this book in our catalog   Kristen Bakis

Book list In Bakis' first novel, the "monster dogs" of the title have intelligence, voice boxes...More

1997 (Best Novel)
The Green Mile
Click to search this book in our catalog   Stephen King
1997 (Best First Novel)
Crota
Click to search this book in our catalog   Owl Goingback

Publishers Weekly The energy of a grade-B monster movie pervades Goingback's debut novel. So do that genr...More

 

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