If you love a good scare, you won't be able to put 100 Fiendish Little Frightmares down. These short stories are wickedly delightful for reading right before you go to bed. That is, as long as you don't mind nightmares….
If you think you can handle it, start with these frightful stories about:
dolls that come to life (Lisa Tuttle's "Dollburger")
where transplant organs really come from (Michael Marshall Smith's "To Receive Is Better")
the dangers lurking in an attic (F. Paul Wilson's "Traps")
the nightmare that isn't only a dream (Tom Ligotti's "The Mystics of Muelenburg")
More tantalizing terror awaits you in 100 Twisted Little Tales of Torment and 100 Menacing Little Murder Stories.