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

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

Last month I told you, I'd explain how to easily add a book to your "Interested in..." list (also known as a To be Read pile).

First you have to be logged into your Riffle account.

Next, whenever you see a book in Riffle, in someone's 'Recommended' or 'Read' list or in any book list they've made, all you have to do is place your mouse over the book cover and wait for the title and author balloon to appear.

At the bottom of that balloon is an asterisk (*), a check mark, a heart and five stars. Click on the asterisk and it will turn read. That automatically adds the book to your 'Interested in...' book list.

If you click on the check mark that indicates you've read it and adds it to your 'Read' list. If you click on the heart, you'll add the book to your 'Recommended' list.

Of course, the hearts are a ranking system. If you disliked the book click on one heart. If you absolutely loved the book click on the fifth heart. You have five hearts to help you indicate how well you liked or didn't like the book.

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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