Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Love – Spooky Covers Edition

Posted October 29, 2019 by meezcarrie in Christian, mystery/suspense, Top Ten Tuesday / 14 Comments

Happy Tuesday, friends! Today is a Halloween freebie over at That Artsy Reader Girl‘s weekly linkup so I decided to do a spooky covers edition of cover love 🙂

These covers are deliciously gothic and/or chill-inducing, promising a thrilling read that will have you turning on all the lights. Grays and browns, reds and blues. Muted colors. Hazy images. Shadows. Suspense novels. Thrillers. Speculative Fiction. Today’s cover love post is a mix of all of these elements, swirling through the foggy evenings and cozy nights of autumn to draw you into reads that won’t let you go.

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The Delusion by Laura Gallier (Wander)
The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright (Bethany House)


Midnight on the River Grey by Abigail Wilson (Thomas Nelson)
The Mirk and Midnight Hour by Jane Nickerson (Knopf Books for Young Readers)

Midnight on the Mississippi by Mary Ellis (Harvest House)
Where Shadows Meet by Colleen Coble (Thomas Nelson)


The Demise by Diane Moody (OBT Bookz)
No Less Days by Amanda G. Stevens (Shiloh Run)


Dangerous Ilusions by Irene Hannon (Revell)
Killer Exposure by Jessica R. Patch (Love Inspired Suspense)


The Bones Will Speak by Carrie Stuart Parks (Thomas Nelson)
Lady Jayne Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano (Revell)


Mind Games by Nancy Mehl (Bethany House)
Living Lies by Natalie Walters (Revell)


The Girl Behind the Red Rope by Ted Dekker & Rachelle Dekker (Revell)
The Raven by Mike Nappa (Revell)


The Visitation by Frank Peretti (Thomas Nelson)
Truth Stained Lies by Terri Blackstock (Zondervan)


The Cottingley Secret by Hazel Gaynor (William Morrow Paperbacks)
Keeping Guard by Christy Barritt (River Heights)

What about you? Which of these spooky covers most grabs your attention? What traits do these covers have in common? Which of these books have you read? Which ones are you adding to your TBR list?

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14 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Love – Spooky Covers Edition

  1. Jaime’s are always so atmospheric, which fits nicely with this time of year, and Abigail’s have a kind of “light” Gothic feel to them. Oh, and that title alone of Carrie Stuart Parks novel, *shudder* That’s a bit spooky!

  2. DeAnna Dodson

    These are so good! Favorite cover? The House on Foster Hill. Favorite book? No Less Days. That one just blew me away!

  3. Some good books here . I love Ted Dekker’s books and have read a few of the books on this list. I also have Rachelle and Ted Dekker’s latest to read on my Kindle to read.
    I’ve done my Top Ten Mystery reads.

  4. Rebecca Maney

    I have read about half of them. . . . and I would add shadows and fog to my list of necessary ingredients for a spooky cover . . . makes you wonder what’s beyond the veil. I would love to read “Keeping Guard” by Christy Barritt, I have never seen that one. I love her books.

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