Transgender Ghost Books by Title
There are not a great number of GLBT ghost books, but those that have been found are listed here. Pleaes be forewarned, if you are looking for out-and-out horrific content you might be disappointed as this category contains mostly romance.
These are the items that have been found, a general description, and the general rating by the fans. (note: the ratings shows not only how good the story is, but also how well the horror or creatures are portrayed, and openly queer it is. A really good non-gay item might score very low).
This page focuses on all transgender ghost items.For a page that shows all orientations, please go here
|Chilling Tales of Terror and the Supernatural
||Patty G. Henderson||
A collection of GLBT horror 'flash fiction,' stories under 1000 words.
||Richard Lee Byers||
Something truly evil is stirring. Something cunning and malign, that threatens the living and the dead alike.
|Gardenias Where There Are None
Graduate student Meanie Myer stumbles on a For Rent sign - and knows in a heartbeat that she has found her dream house. But her friend doesn't understand that something about this house has beckoned, has reached out, appealing to Mel to lavish on it the care and attention that will restore it to full beauty.
|Ghost of Carmen Miranda : And Other Spooky Gay and Lesbian Tales, The
||Julie K. Trevelyan and Scott Brassart||
Things that go bump in the night. Ethereal remnants that skulk through the dark. These cleverly written ghost stories range from hilarious to soulful to downright terrifying, and they don't disappoint.
|Ghosts of Fear Street #28 : Hide and Shriek II
||R. L. Stein||
Becky's heard the stories about Pete, the evil ghost who lives in the Fear Street Cemetery. Pete plays a deadly game of hide-and-seek with the twelve-year-olds of Shadyside. If you lose, he takes control of your body!
|Secret of the Amazon Queen
||Edgar A. Guest||
In 1877 four explorers lost in Brazil's jungle are captured by female warriors of a legendary lost city
|Three on a Broomstick
Alvin suspected something was a bit different when he became a live-in writer. Sure, the household was unusual but he could never have dreamed up the antics of the Three Furies. Easily the gayest Mary's he had ever met, but that paled in comparison to the surprising things that they could conjure up around the neighborhood.
|When Will You Rage?
An anthology of 19 original short stories detailing the lives and battles of San Francisco's werewolves. Follow them as they confront the many guises of the Wyrm.
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