Thursday, October 27, 2011

A Girl in Trouble is a Dangerous Thing

Here are five stories about teenage girls who are dangerously close to being the next victim of a serial killer.

F Cormier,R     Tenderness by Robert Cormier

Eric is an 18 year old serial killer who has just been released from juvenile detention for killing his parents and is now on the hunt for young beautiful girls to kill. Lori is a 15 year old runaway girl who is fascinated with Eric. They are both looking for tenderness.

F Derting,K     The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting

There is a serial killer on the loose in Violet Ambrose’s small town. Since she was a little girl, has she has been able to psychically sense murder victims and their killers, so she may be the only one who can find him. Or she might be the next victim.

F Ferguson,A     The Christopher Killer by Alane Ferguson

As the daughter of a small town medical examiner, Cameryn Mahoney has always been fascinated with forensic science. When a serial killer comes to her small town, she becomes involved in helping her dad find the killer before he strikes again.

F Qualey,M     Close to a Killer by Marsha Qualey

Barrie’s mother is a convicted killer who has paid for her crime. She now runs a hair salon called Killer Looks that employs other killer ex-cons. When people related to the salon start dying, suspicion falls on salon employees and Barrie gets involved in trying to solve the mystery. But will she be the next victim?

F Strasser,T     Wish You Were Dead by Todd Strasser

The popular kids at Soundview high school are disappearing one by one after an anonymous blogger starts posting a hit list on her blog. When Madison starts receiving anonymous notes, she thinks she may be next.  Is it the work of a serial killer or some elaborate prank?

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