Nightmare Fuel / Agatha Christie
One would expect the world's most famous mystery author to have some scary moments. After all, murder and death are the order of the day.
Novels with their own pages
- The cover◊ of Agatha Christie's The Hound of Death. It's a skull with one eyeball swollen so big (or, perhaps, under a magnifying lens) as to be nauseating.
- Nevile Strange's Villainous Breakdown in Towards Zero. It's deeply unsettling to see such a seemingly nice young man turn out to be a psychopath.
- Apparently his breakdown is so bad that he won't live to come to trial which makes his insanity even more unsettling since pushing the right buttons could not only trigger a breakdown but cause his death which is in of itself disturbing.