The haunting / Natasha Preston.
Nash's father was arrested for the brutal murder of four teenagers last Halloween. Penny's parents have forbidden her to have anything to do with Nash or his family. It's hard not to think of what happened as spooky season gets underway. Going to the Halloween store to find costumes, Penny and her friends find a girl from school bleeding out on the floor of a dressing room. Stabbed. Is a copycat killer on the loose? People are quick to blame Nash and his sister Grace, but Penny has her own suspicions. -- adapted from back cover
- ISBN: 9780593481516 (trade paperback)
- ISBN: 0593481518 (trade paperback)
- Physical Description: 354 pages ; 21 cm.
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 
- Copyright: ©2023.
|Target Audience Note:||
Ages 12 and up. Delacorte Press.
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- Baker & Taylor
On Halloween, a copycat killer may be stalking a town still reeling from murders that took place one year earlier.
- Random House, Inc.
#1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Natasha Preston is back with another pulse-pounding, twisty read!
Haunted by the past . . . terrified of the present.
Penny knows she must forget about her ex, Nash. Ever since his father was revealed as the brutal serial killer who traumatized their small town last Halloween, Pennyâs parents have forbidden her to have anything to do with Nash or his family. Itâs hard not to think of himâbut sheâs trying.
That stops when she goes shopping with friends for a costume. What she finds instead is ripped from a horror movie: someone from school bleeding out on the floor of a dressing room. Stabbed.
People are quick to blame Nash and his sister, Grace, but as Halloween nears and the body count rises, Penny canât help thinking this copycat killer is someone no one else suspects. . . .