We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver. It's not so much scary as it is disturbing.
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Then in my early teens (probably 13), I saw the movie late one night on UPN 33 (remember when it was called that?), and bawled my little eyes out.
Does anyone remember when UPN (Channel 33) used to play old movies in the middle of the night?
Well, after reading some of the other replies here, I'll definitely be adding to my book list this summer...
EDIT: I answered based on the OP's question: haunting and unforgettable. After reading the summaries on the books you all posted... this true story doesn't compare much. It's not disturbing or 'serial-killerish' but still an unforgettable story for me, at least.
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One that always stayed with me was "Gentlemen and Players" by Joanne Harris. Really captivating plot and interesting characters. It's not scary but it is disturbing in parts, especially when aspects of the plot start to come together, but it keeps you guessing all the way through. Highly recommend!