Riffle Editor's Choice: Essential Horror Books for March 2017

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After a way-too-long hiatus, welcome back to the Essential Horror Books series.

If you read the post in either the Essential Horror Books for January 2017 or the Essential Horror Books for February 2017, you know I was in an automobile accident. I passed out on a highway and my Dodge Grand Caravan crossed the medium and hit a tree head on.

I broke a leg (my femur) and six ribs, got a cut on my forehead and bruises all over my body. I even have a blood clot in my leg.

The doctor prescribed an opioid for the pain and I had the first real high in my life. I love opioids. I love the floating feeling I felt when I took one.

I hated giving that up.

However, I hated more the lack of energy and motivation that caused me to check out of life for a while. That is why the Essential Horror Books book list for March and April are so late. I took my opioids and I didn't want to do them.

Even after I gave up my opioids it was nearly a month before my motivation to make riffle book lists began to return and I LOVE making Riffle book lists.

So, that's why I'm making the March and April book lists in June. But the books are still available and still worth reading. So get them. Before it's too late. . . .

To see additional Essential Horror Books lists, check out the links below:

Essential Horror Books for: January, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: February,

Essential Horror Books for: March, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: April,

Essential Horror Books for: May, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: June,

Essential Horror Books for: July, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: August,

Essential Horror Books for: September, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: October,

Essential Horror Books for: November, --|-- Essential Horror Books for: December,

If you have any suggestions, feel free to mention them in the discussion section below the list.

This book list is now complete -- no more titles will be added. Published 6/11/2017.

Updated: 8/23/2017 Improved links to more 'Essential Horror Book Lists'.

-- Gregory Fisher, Riffle Horror Editor and Undead Rat

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