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Monstrous Morgues

We’re in the midst of a supernatural nonfiction book rush, but few are as genuinely hair-raising as the Scary Places series. As with the publisher’s similarly creepy HorrorScapes series, the…

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Shuttered Horror Hospitals

We’re in the midst of a supernatural nonfiction book rush, but few are as genuinely hair-raising as the Scary Places series. As with the publisher’s similarly creepy HorrorScapes series, the…

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Monstrous Morgues

We’re in the midst of a supernatural nonfiction book rush, but few are as genuinely hair-raising as the Scary Places series. As with the publisher’s similarly creepy HorrorScapes series, the…

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Shuttered Horror Hospitals

We’re in the midst of a supernatural nonfiction book rush, but few are as genuinely hair-raising as the Scary Places series. As with the publisher’s similarly creepy HorrorScapes series, the…

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The Ant's Nest

[Starred review]. This book is one of a series of at least six that focus on places where animals live. If the other books in the series are done as well as this one, then it must be said…

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Witchcraft in Salem

Ghostly Alcatraz Island and Witchcraft in Salem were recommended in Booklist’s October 2010 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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Witchcraft in Salem

Ghostly Alcatraz Island and Witchcraft in Salem were recommended in Booklist’s October 2010 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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The Ant's Nest

[Starred review]. This book is one of a series of at least six that focus on places where animals live. If the other books in the series are done as well as this one, then it must be said…

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Dark Labyrinths

Dark Labyrinths explores the creepiness of underground tunnels, shelters, and cities that have been long buried. Particularly compelling is Budapest’s ancient, naturally made tunnel system…

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Dark Labyrinths

Dark Labyrinths explores the creepiness of underground tunnels, shelters, and cities that have been long buried. Particularly compelling is Budapest’s ancient, naturally made tunnel system…

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Green Tree Frogs

Emerald Boas and Green Tree Frogs were recommended in the April 2010 Spotlight on Series Nonfiction.

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Capybara

Offering a straightforward introduction to the capybara, a large rodent native to South America, this serviceable book provides a short text and colorful reproductions of stock photographs…

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