Well, the crime novels I've read are Cold Spot and Coldest Mile, Fever Kill, which many have liked far more than I did, and an old Berkley Crime novel, The Dead Past, an odd mix of cozy and non-cozy, but I enjoyed it; I've got a second in the series that I have not yet read.
The rest of his seem to be horror, although by their descriptions, a few might be hybrids.
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> > I've only read his crime novels, but Tom Piccirilli has an extensive list of horror novels.
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> Which novels are which genre?
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