You can't keep a dead doll down in this creepy new novel from the author of The Collector.
Some dolls never die.
No one ever leaves Copper Hollow. It's a town with a deadly history . . . but nobody ever talks about it.
Kimberly thinks there might be something strange going on. She's not sure what - until the menacing doll appears with two words written across its clothes:
Kimberly and her friends try to destroy the doll . . . but every time they think it's gone, it comes back again. Is there any way to rid themselves of the evil once and for all?
About the Author
K. R. Alexander scours the world for fantastic and true stories (but this book is made up . . . right?) and is an avid collector of things mysterious and macabre. K. R. is the author of many books for adults and teens, though they write under various guises.
Praise for The Collector:
"A good introduction to supernatural horror for middle-grade readers, with a suspenseful plot, sinister imagery of possessed dolls, and sympathetic characters." -- Booklist
"Delightfully spooky-readers may want to avoid dolls for a while after finishing this one." -- Kirkus Reviews