These great NOOK Book deals—including some scary Halloween reads—are all available only for a limited time.

 

 

This dark Southern Gothic tale isn’t your typical ghost story, but it will satisfy your need for Halloween goosebumps. When Psychologist Madeleine LeBlanc follows the trail of her family’s woes—including her father’s schizophrenia and her brother’s suicide—deep into the Louisiana Bayou, plenty of chills ensue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While this modern classic is aimed at teens, I’m willing to bet that more than a few adults will sleep with a nightlight after reading this chilling tale. A young student, Kara Foster, is excited to immerse herself in her new Japanese school. But excitement turns to horror as unexplained deaths start to occur, and this American outsider must confront an ancient evil that plagues her adopted school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not only is the first book in Lilith Saintcrow’s bestselling Jill Kismet urban fantasy series, Nightshift, just $2.99—books two through six are only $4.99 each, too. This is a winter’s worth of dark, action-packed paranormal reading for a great price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No list of low-priced NOOK Books would be complete without our NOOK Daily Find offerings.

 

Today’s NOOK Daily Find offer is Karen Kingsbury’s A Time to Dance for only $2.99. This complex tale of marriage, mistakes, and forgiveness by one of today’s most popular inspirational fiction writers is a great book at a great price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our NOOK Daily Find Elections title, It’s the Middle Class Stupid by James Carville and Stan Greenberg, is just $2.99. These daily offers feature books that explore the issues that will decide the 2012 elections, giving you the resources to Read Then Decide—all at a great price.

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOOK owners: go to shop and search by author name to download these NOOK Deals before it’s too late.

 

Comments
by Moderator dhaupt on ‎10-17-2012 03:02 PM

Thanks Jeremy these look good.

I'm doing a Karen Kingsbury Crhistmas story next week

deb