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The House That Horror Built by Christina Henry
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May 14, 2024 | ISBN 9780593638217

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“This book is a celebration of horror films, but what will stick with readers is the relationship between Harry and her son, Daniel. A lumbering costume is fun to read about, but Harry’s past and her precarious finances are the real monsters here. Henry’s spooky tale has a scary face, but it has a heart of gold.” – New York Times

“After reading The House That Horror Built, I brought the terror into my own home and now it won’t leave. Christina Henry has me questioning every creak, every warping floorboard, every stray sound around my house and now I can’t sleep at night. There’s something in the walls of this novel and it watches you while you read.” – Clay McLeod Chapman, author of What Kind of Mother and Ghost Eaters

“An eerie haunted house tale set in the home of a famous horror director… Henry captures the epic scale of the best horror movies and her passion for monstrosity comes through clearly.” - Publishers Weekly

“A delicious exploration into the monsters we idolize and the monsters we create. The House That Horror Built will leave readers wondering what lies behind the mask of their beloved horror auteurs…” – Carissa Orlando, author of The September House

“Henry’s latest is a spine-chilling postpandemic thriller with plenty of pop-culture references that will appeal to horror fans.” – Booklist

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