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The hike back to the parking lot had seemed endless, and Toni had had to stop
several times to rest her foot during the bike ride home. With each stop she had
scowled more fiercely. Jessie tried once to break the silence, apologizing for ...
Jessie couldn't stop shaking. "Then you dreamed the woman," her father said
bluntly. "There's no way an intruder could get through those bushes." He pulled a
chair away from the table and sat down with a thump. "I didn't dream her!" Jessie
"I told her she ought to stop over at your place and ask you to go along with her,"
Mr. Draves said. "Guess she didn't, huh?" Jessie shook her head. "It doesn't
matter. She probably felt like walking alone." "That's the trouble!" He kicked a
stone in ...
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OUT OF THE DARKUser Review - Kirkus
A premier author of reliable ghost stories offers this eerie tale, built on some tried and true elements: recurrent nightmares, a sinister old schoolhouse, family secrets, parallels between past and ... Read full review
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Well written. A delightful ghost tale told through a teenager’s eyes. Read full review