Diane Hoh

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Diane Hoh is an American author of young adult horror, best known for her Nightmare Hall series and Point Horror novels.[1][2][3] She grew up in Warren, Pennsylvania but currently resides in Austin, Texas.

Reception[edit]

Reception to Hoh's work has been mixed to positive.[4][5][6] Titanic: The Long Night was positively received by The Hamilton Spectator.[7]

Bibliography[edit]

Nightmare Hall[edit]

  1. The Silent Scream (1993)
  2. The Roommate (1993)
  3. Deadly Attraction (1993)
  4. The Wish (1993)
  5. The Scream Team (1993)
  6. Guilty (1993)
  7. Pretty Please (1994)
  8. The Experiment (1994)
  9. The Night Walker (1994)
  10. Sorority Sister (1994)
  11. Last Date (1994)
  12. The Whisperer (1994)
  13. Monster (1994)
  14. The Initiation (1994)
  15. Truth or Die (1993)
  16. Book of Horrors (1994)
  17. Last Breath (1994)
  18. Win, Lose or Die (1994)
  19. The Coffin (1995)
  20. Deadly Visions (1995)
  21. Student Body (1995)
  22. The Vampire's Kiss (1995)
  23. Dark Moon (1995)
  24. The Biker (1995)
  25. Captives (1995)
  26. Revenge (1995)
  27. Kidnapped (1995)
  28. The Dummy (1995)
  29. The Voice in the Mirror (1995)

Med Center[edit]

  1. Virus (1996)
  2. Fire (1996)
  3. Blast (1996)
  4. Blizzard (1996)
  5. Poison (1997)
  6. Flood (1996)

Stand alone novels[edit]

  • Brian's Girl (1985)
  • Loving That O'Connor Boy (1985)
  • Slow Dance (1989)
  • Funhouse (1990)
  • The Invitation (1991)
  • The Accident (1991)
  • R. S. V. P. Or Die (1991)
  • The Fever (1992)
  • The Train (1992)
  • Prom Date (1996)
  • Blindfold (1997)
  • Don't Let Me Die! (August 28, 1998)
  • Titanic: The Long Night (1998)
  • Remembering the Titanic (1998)
  • Blindfolded (1999)

Anthologies[edit]

  • Thirteen: 13 Tales of Horror by 13 Masters of Horror – ed. T. Pines; contains Hoh's short story Dedicated to the One I Love.(1991)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reynolds, Kimberly (2004). Frightening Fiction. A&C Black. pp. 24, 26, 28, 48. ISBN 0826477585. 
  2. ^ Tucker, Ken (November 14, 1993). "CHILDREN'S BOOKS; Nameless Fear Stalks the Middle-Class Teen-Ager: Perhaps It Is the Fear of Boredom". New York Times. Retrieved 22 September 2012. 
  3. ^ Makowski, Silk (1998). Serious About Series. Scarecrow Press. pp. 126–127. ISBN 0810833042. 
  4. ^ Butler, Laree (Feb 3, 1997). "`The Train': One trip you won't forget Series: WHO'S READING WHAT". St. Petersburg Times. Retrieved 22 September 2012. 
  5. ^ Vogt, Amanda (May 6, 1997). "READY? OK! IT'S TIME TO CHEER (OR JEER)". Chicago Tribune. p. 2. Retrieved 22 February 2012. 
  6. ^ Becker, Eve (Nov 9, 1993). "STALKER BOOKS ARE ON THE LOOSE DO POPULAR THRILLERS SPELL TROUBLE FOR GIRLS?". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 22 September 2012. 
  7. ^ Liu, Daisy (Aug 22, 1998). "Story of Titanic passengers touches hearts". The Hamilton Spectator. Retrieved 22 September 2012. 

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