Now I'm glad I kept shelves for Bingo these past 3 years because I can just look at them and mention the ones that really stood out for me.
I managed to slip some Fantasy books in 2016 but I'll stick with the Horror/Mystery/Suspense criteria.
Rise Headless and Ride was an interesting take on the Sleepy Hollow theme. The subsequent books got too complicated, but I really enjoyed the first one.
2016 was the year I finally read the original Dracula! It was sooooo atmospheric!
It was also the year I discovered a new favourite author, Austin Crawley. Still watching to see what he comes out with next.
2017 stand outs included Faerie Tale by Feist and Dead Sea, making Tim Curran another new author for me to watch! I read a few Classics that year and finally read the book that was the source material for one of my favourite movies, Cabal by Clive Barker.
2018 I found another zombie book that didn't suck, Yay! White Lies by Jeremy Bates was another stand out by an author I've enjoyed many books by now. Two books have really stayed with me from that year: The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan and The Magic Cottage by James Herbert. Those who have read it will know who Rumbo is and why I look at squirrels differently now.