I did not move this far north to deal with near 90 degree temps in September. I love the fall, and that means crisp temps, college football, and . . . Halloween. And, for me, Halloween means reading. Really, all of those things mean reading, because I really like reading. Not reading horror, necessarily, but the Halloween season is an exception. In the past I have focused on older horror at Every Day Should Be Tuesday, running a series of posts on Frankenstein and a series of posts on the horror of Robert E. Howard. This year I am bringing it home to Hillbilly Highways. Ghost stories are a rich part of my cultural heritage, and country noir offers plenty of spooky options.
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