The Locker

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Pocket Books, 1994 - High schools - 213 pages
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Starting over in a new school after the death of her parents, Marlee Fleming is given the locker that had once belonged to Suellen, who had mysteriously disappeared, and Marlee soon begins having premonitions. Original.

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User Review  - t1bnotown - LibraryThing

This one kept me guessing: I was really surprised by the ending. Marlee has psychic powers but is afraid to use them- and the reader has to slowly puzzle through what's going on and why. I really loved the character of her little brother, Dobkin. Read full review


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For three decades, Richie Tankersley Cusick (b. 1952) has been one of the most prominent authors of horror fiction for young adults. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana--home to some of the country's most ancient ghosts--Cusick grew up in a small bayou town called Barataria. Inspired by the eerie Louisiana swampland, she began writing at a young age. After college, Cusick took a job at Hallmark and moved to a haunted house in Kansas City, where she began work on her first novel, "Evil on the Bayou", whose success allowed her to leave her job and begin writing fulltime. Since then, Cusick has written more than two dozen novels. She and her three dogs live in North Carolina, where Cusick writes on an antique roll-top desk that was once owned by a funeral director. The desk is, of course, haunted.

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