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Bad Witch Burning by Jessica Lewis: Katrell is paid by clients to talk to their deceased loved ones, even if they don't pay her enough. So when a ghost warns her to stop the summonings, she's willing to call that bluff. And when a summoning accidentally raises someone from the dead, she realizes that it's a much more lucrative business idea. But dark forces are closing in, because magic doesn't come for free.

Squad by Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Lisa Sterle: Becca has just transferred to a new high school and is immediately adopted by Marley, Arianna, and Mandy...the most popular girls in school. Becca quickly learns that there is more to them than meets the eye, as under the light of a full moon, she discovers that her new friends are werewolves who position themselves to destroy slimy boys who take advantage of unsuspecting girls. But after Arianna's boyfriend is killed, the search for a serial killer begins, and their position gets much grayer than they initially believed.

Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas: To prove himself a brujo to his traditional Latinx family, Yadriel, a transgender boy, attempts to summon the ghost of his murdered cousin to set it free. The ghost that shows up instead? Julian Diaz, the school's resident bad boy. Julian is utterly determined to find out what happened to him, and as there's not really another choice, Yadriel agrees to help. But the longer the two boys spend together, the less Yadriel wants Julian to leave.

White Smoke by Tiffany D. Jackson: Marigold’s newly blended family has just moved to the Midwestern city of Cedarville for her mom’s new job — a job that comes complete with a free, renovated house. But there are secrets in their home: Things have been vanishing, doors open on their own, and there are voices in the walls. Plus, her 10-year-old stepsister, Piper, keeps talking about her friend who wants Mari gone...

The Buried by Melissa Grey: Don't go outside. That's one of Dr. Moran's rules in the underground bunker Sash, Yuna, and Gabe live in. The residents were forced underground a decade prior, though no one will speak of what happened that day. But Dr. Moran might be lying to them...about everything.

Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone: Violeta arrives at the Lakesedge estate expecting a monster. After all, the rumors say Rowan Sylvanan drowned his entire family when he was a boy. But as she begins to fall for him, she learns there is something else at the estate she should be frightened of: a creature under the lake, a death god called the Lord Under, one whom Rowan is bound to and one Leta must save both of them from.

The Taking of Jake Livingston by Ryan Douglass: It's hard enough fitting in at St. Clair Prep, where he is one of the few Black kids, but Jake Livingston can also see the dead. Though most are harmless, stuck in a loop where they relive their death over and over again, every rule about ghosts is thrown out when Sawyer — who shot and killed 16 kids at a local high school last year before taking his own life — arrives. As Sawyer begins to haunt Jake, high school turns into a survival game as bodies begin turning up in his neighborhood.

All These Bodies by Kendare Blake: In the summer of 1958, a string of murders where the bodies are found drained of blood troubles the Midwest. The case gets its first lead when a 15-year old girl is found at the scene of the Carlson family's Minnesota farmhouse. Her name is Marie Catherine Hale and she's covered in blood that isn't hers, and the only person she'll talk to is Michael, the aspiring journalist son of the local sheriff.

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson: The Gray Sisters are nuns who cleanse the bodies of the deceased, allowing their souls to pass on and preventing them from rising as spirits who hunger for the living. Artemisia is in training to become one of these sisters, defending the convent when it comes under attack by possessed soldiers. Only...she does so by awakening a revenant, an ancient spirit of extraordinary power, bound to a saint's relic. But as knowledge of the vespertines, priestesses trained to wield these relics, has been lost, the only teacher for Artemisia to learn from is the revenant itself.

Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova: Alex is destined to be the most powerful bruja in her family, but all she wants is to rid herself of her magic. So on her Deathday, she performs a curse to rid herself of it, only for her family to vanish instead. With no other options, she'll need the help of Nova, a mysterious brujo, to get her family back from Los Lagos.

That Dark Infinity by Kate Pentecost: After the kingdom of Kaer-Ise is attacked, Flora, handmaiden to the princess, is left as the sole survivor, searching for the princess she served. To do so, she'll make a deal with the Ankou, who by night is a legendary young mercenary and by day nothing more than bones. He'll help train her in exchange for her help breaking his curse, finding the death that has been prophesied for him, even as she slowly grows to understand (and possibly love) him.

The Lost Girls by Sonia Hartl: Holly Liddell was promised eternal love by Elton Irving all the way back in 1987. But 34 years later, Holly is still a 16-year-old (albeit a vampiric, single one). But things change when she meets Rose and Ida, both also turned into vampires by Elton and then cast away in 1954 and 1921 respectively. They plan on killing Elton and want Holly's help. Though initially reluctant, when Holly meets and begins to fall for a girl named Parker, whom Elton has his sights set on, she begins to reconsider.

Seance Tea Party by Reimena Yee: In this gorgeous graphic novel about growing up and growing apart, Lora has watched her friends fade from her life as they grow more serious and have less time for fun and imagination. But there's one figure in her life who has the same sense of fun and adventure that Lora does: her old imaginary friend (and the ghost that haunts her house), Alexa.

Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé: Shortly after Devon and Chiamaka are selected to be among the senior class prefects at Niveus Private Academy, anonymous text messages sent by an unknown figure who goes by the name "Aces" begin going out to students. These texts reveal secrets about Devon's and Chiamaka's lives — secrets that threaten every aspect of their carefully planned future. As the pair begin to dig, trying to discover who could be behind it, the stakes only grow, and the conspiracy turns out to have much deeper roots than either imagined.

His Hideous Heart, edited by Dahlia Adler: This anthology compiles 13 retellings of classic Edgar Allan Poe stories and poems. From "The Raven" to "The Cask of Amontillado," and from "Annabelle Lee" to "The Tell-Tale Heart," these tales, reimagined in the hands of authors such as Kendare Blake, Tiffany D. Jackson, Marieke Nijkamp, and Amanda Lovelace, are sure to chill you.

Payback's a Witch by Lana Harper: Emmy Harlow has been forging her own way in the world and avoiding her magical hometown of Thistle Grove...and with it, Gareth Blackmoore. As Emmy is pulled back into town for a spell-casting tournament, she's also drawn into a revenge plot against Gareth, who not only is the heir to the most powerful family in town but was also concurrently seeing Emmy's best friend, Linden, and the badass Talia Avramov, without either of them knowing. And amid all of this, Emmy finds herself drawn in by the gorgeous Talia.

Nothing but Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw: Sometimes destination weddings are on a beach...and sometimes they're in an abandoned Heian-era mansion built upon the bones of a bride and packed with the remains of sacrificed girls. The group of thrill seekers may have bitten off more than they can chew, as their venue quickly turns into a nightmare with the presence of the lonely ghost bride.

Velvet Was the Night by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Maite lives in Mexico City in the 1970s, working as a secretary and living for the latest issue of Secret Romance. When her next-door neighbor Leonora disappears under mysterious circumstances, Maite finds herself searching for the woman who seems to live the life she covets. But she is not the only one searching for the missing woman, as Elvis, an eccentric criminal, observes Maite from a distance.

The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson: In Cara's world, multiverse travel is possible. There’s just one catch: No one can visit a world where their counterpart is still alive. Cara happens to be a great candidate for multiverse travel, since her counterparts have died on 372 different worlds. But when one of her eight remaining counterparts dies under mysterious circumstances, she'll discover a plot that endangers the entire multiverse.