- Martha Baden
I'd particularly recommend The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray and A Great and Terrible Beauty.
A Nightmare's Dozen: Stories From the Dark illustrated by Michael Hussar edited by Michael Sterns.
Frightening tales from a multitude of authors promise to keep you awake at night.
Cirque Du Freak: A Living Nightmare by Darren Shan.
Two boys who are best friends visit an illegal freak show, where an
encounter with a vampire and a deadly spider forces them to make
Gothic! Ten Original Dark Tales edited by Deborah Noyes.
Vampires, ghosts, witches, and haunted houses are featured in this
compilation of frightening tales by various authors, including Joan
Aiken, Barry Yourgrau, Neil Gaiman, and Garth Nix.
The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray by Chris Wooding.
As Thaniel, a wych-hunter, and Cathaline, his friend and mentor, try to rid the alleys of London's Old Quarter of the terrible creatures that infest them, their lives become entwined with that of a woman who may be either mad or possessed.
When Nobody's Home: Fifteen Baby-Sitting Tales of Terror by Judith Gorog.
What can happen when the kids are asleep and you're alone in the house.
A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray.
After the suspicious death of her mother in 1895, sixteen-year-old Gemma returns to England, after many years in India, to attend a finishing school where she becomes aware of her magical powers and ability to see into the spirit world.
Twilight by Stephanie Meyer.
When seventeen-year-old Bella leaves Phoenix to live with her father in Forks, Washington, she meets an exquisitely handsome boy at school for whom she feels an overwhelming attraction and who she comes to realize is not wholly human.