Sunday, August 04, 2019

Eight top works of paranormal literature

Craig Davidson was born and grew up in St. Catharines, Ontario, near Niagara Falls. His books of literary fiction include Rust and Bone, which was made into an Oscar-nominated feature film of the same name, The Fighter, and Sarah Court. Davidson is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and his articles and journalism have been published in the National Post, Esquire, GQ, The Walrus, and The Washington Post, among other places.

His latest novel is The Saturday Night Ghost Club.

At LitHub Davidson tagged eight top works of paranormal literature, including:
Will Elliott, The Pilo Family Circus

You want something a little odd, a bit twisty, a shade darker? Elliott’ll get you sorted out good. Our intrepid narrator ingests some beads he found inside a velvet sack, which was tossed behind the bushes by a trio of sinister clowns … why? His transformation—both mentally and physically—drives the plot of this strange and spooky book.
Read about another entry on the list.

The Page 69 Test: The Pilo Family Circus.

--Marshal Zeringue