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At 21 years old, college junior Andrea Ward is driven, serious and haunted. A decade before, her younger brother vanished without a trace, long presumed to be a victim of the ruthless child murderer, the West Allertown Bogeyman. When the killer’s execution date draws near, however, new information about another unsolved case suggests that everything Andrea knows about her ...more
Published December 15th 2016 by Epic Extreme
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I'm super excited to have purchased this series for the library and I'm finally diving into the books. I only brought one home, but I am going to read the rest. The book is quick to get through making it great for the HS reluctant reader and super awesome for our projects with the forensics classes because the main character is not only going to college for criminology, but she's also intimately involved in a crime that occurred against her brother.

The characters are well-drawn and it is an equ
Jul 16, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A bit too edgy for my taste but a good strong story. Easy to read and plot driven. Good character development, impressive given the length of the book. Reads like true crime stories. Recommended for readers looking for a straightforward story.
Mar 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Another great entry into this series perfect for true crime fans. All of the books do contain profanity, drug and alcohol use, and depictions of violence so they are definitely more appropriate for high school readers. This one is a fictionalized twist on the Atlanta Child Murders.
PG: PARENTAL ADVISORY: Conflict and Aggression are limited or moderate. May contain mild profanity suggestive language and brief scenes of nudity.

E:Easy: 3rd grade Vocabulary

Method: Physical Book

Location: Chautaugua-Cattaraugus Library System
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Nicole M. Taylor was an only child, born deep in the corn-ears of rural Michigan where she honed her talents for being supercilious, eating pop-tarts and making up strange fictional situations.

Today, she lives in San Jose with her husband and a small fetal alien named Magoo. She writes speculative fiction about witches, ghosts, robots, reptoid aliens and pianists. She also works occasionally as a

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