Blood And Salt, by Kim LiggettRead about another entry on the list.
Right from the first few pages of Liggett’s debut, we know something’s not quite right in Ashlyn’s life. After all, she’s been seeing a dead girl—who shares her face—for as long as she can remember, and then she’s nearly pecked to death by a murder of crows. But that’s not the worst of it. When Ashlyn’s mom goes missing, leaving a note that she’s headed back to her hometown of Quivira, Ashlynn and twin bro Rhys head to the cornfields, too, and right into the heart of a cult. Seductive and sinister, Blood And Salt draws on Spanish and Native American lore, creating a rich, creepy story that’s only going to get darker with the sequel.