Somebody Come and Play by Clare McNally

Cassie Larchmont's summer is just beginning, and when her friends finally arrive at Lake Solaria to begin their vacation, everything seems perfect. They've even made a new friend: Nicole Morgan, a girl that's eager to share a secret. There's a hidden toy-room in an old house, one that has dolls, paints and puzzles; everything to keep little girls busy. But it's not what it seems, and Nicole isn't too happy about sharing Cassie's friendship with Diane and Lisa.

The Mongrel by Seán O’Connor

Erin Greene's relationship with her partner could be better, yet despite the many arguments and physical altercations, she's determined to make it work with the father of her unborn child. Going out on a drive with the intention of quality time to themselves, Erin and Phil are left stranded in a snowstorm, yet the cold's not the only thing to worry about. It's possible they just might be surrounded by wolves.

Carrie by Stephen King

Carrie White is an outcast - bullied at school, and abused at home. Womanhood makes a very startling and traumatic introduction, and changes Carrie's life forever. The only relief she finds is in her ability to move things with her mind; it's her intimate secret, yet the breaking point isn't far away. Her secret will get out, sooner or later, and perhaps even mete out revenge.

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