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Locked room mystery: A subgenre of detective fiction in which a crime—almost always murder—is committed under circumstances which it was seemingly impossible for the perpetrator to commit the crime and/or evade detection in the course of getting in and out of the crime scene.
Country house mystery: A closed circle mystery, occurring at a gathering like a house party.
Classic noir: A subgenre of mystery that includes authors such as Dashiell Hammett, James Cain, Raymond Chandler and Cornell Woolrich. Anything that also qualifies as "hard-boiled" will work for this square.
Murder most foul: any murder mystery!
Amateur sleuth: this mystery will have a main character who is not a member of law enforcement.
Romantic suspense: any romance which has a significant sub-plot that involves mystery, thriller or suspense.
Serial/spree killer: any book that involves a serial killer or a spree killer, no matter what genre/sub-genre it involves.
Cozy mystery: a subgenre of crime fiction in which sex and violence are downplayed or treated humorously, and the crime and detection take place in a small, socially intimate community.
American horror story: horror, set in the USA.
Genre: horror: this seems obvious.
Gothic: any book with significant: a genre or mode of literature and film that combines fiction and horror, death, and at times romance.
Darkest London: any mystery, suspense, horror or supernatural book set in London.
Modern Masters of Horror: horror published in or after 2000.
Supernatural: mystery, suspense or horror books which include elements that defy current understanding of the natural world, including magic, witchcraft and/or crypto-zoological aspects.
Ghost: any mystery, suspense or horror which involves a ghost, or a character who believes that the events involve a ghost.
Haunted houses: any structure or location that is, or is believed to be, "haunted" qualifies - it doesn't need to be a house.
Classic horror: horror that was published prior to 1980
Chilling children: any book tagged horror, YA horror or MG horror that includes a child or children as a main character.
Aliens: beings from outer space.
Monsters: any crytpozoological or mythological creature that isn't a vampire, werewolf, or demon. Or zombie.
The dead will walk: basically, zombies.
80's horror: any horror published between 1980 and 1989, or which is set in that time period.
In the dark, dark woods: a mystery, suspense, horror or supernatural book in which a forest/woods plays a significant role, or which has a forest/woods on the cover.
Terror in a small town: horror set in a small town.
Magical realism: a genre which expresses a primarily realistic view of the real world while also adding or revealing magical elements.
Terrifying women: any mystery, suspense, horror or supernatural book written by a woman.
Diverse voices: any mystery, suspense, horror or supernatural book written by an author of color.