Can We Guess What You Like to Read Based on Your Halloween Style?

It's October 31: Are you wearing the scariest costume at the Halloween party? Or are you at home, watching a classic movie and eating candy? This Halloween, Minotaur Books wants to see if we can guess what you like to read based on how you celebrate this spooky holiday. Trick or treat!

St Martins Press
Created by St Martins Press
On Oct 20, 2015

What are you wearing?

What are you watching?

Pick a trick:

Pick a treat:

Where are you going?

What are you listening to?

What are you most looking forward to?

You love...heart pounding thrillers.

You love...heart pounding thrillers.

Your ideal Halloween evening would be spent exploring a haunted house or sneaking through a graveyard. If it doesn't get your blood pumping and your heart racing, you're not interested! Need a suggestion? Check out these action-packed adventures by Steve Berry, C.J. Box, and Patrick Lee.

You love...enigmatic escapes.

You love...enigmatic escapes.

Trick-or-treating, decorations, scary movies -- you love it all! Halloween gives you an excuse to pretend to be someone and somewhere else, and that's also what you look for in a good book. Escape to ancient China in Elsa Hart's Jade Dragon Mountain, pay a visit to the village of Three Pines in Louise Penny's Nature of the Beast, or visit Iceland with Arnaldur Indridason in Reykjavik Nights.

You love...historical mysteries.

You love...historical mysteries.

This Halloween, you're going to be the hit of the costume party in your elaborate 1920s flapper outfit. Last year, you wowed the crowds in an authentic Victorian get-up. To you, this holiday is all about having an excuse to go back in time, and that's what you look for in a book as well. Take a trip into 1930s England in Ashley Weaver's Death Wears a Mask, go behind enemy lines in the ancient Rome of Steven Saylor's Wrath of the Furies, or solve a mystery with Lady Emily on the 19th Century French Riviera in Tasha Alexander's The Adventuress.

You love...puzzling police procedurals.

You love...puzzling police procedurals.

You have two Halloween costumes that you alternate every year: Sherlock Holmes, and a police officer. You spend most of the night trying to figure out who and what, exactly, everyone else is dressed as, but you'd rather be at home watching crime shows on TV. You have a penchant for cracking the case, and you love to solve the mystery in a book along with the detective on the page. Can you figure out whodunnit in these new books by Archer Mayor, Qiu Xiaolong, and Bernard Minier?