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Ty and Izzy are two high school seniors who always host a Halloween Party at the same haunted house every year on Halloween Night. This year is different, seeing as how it was exactly ten years ago Barry's family was brutally murdered in that very same house. Barry was the sole survivor from that tragic night. He's now friends with both Ty and Izzy, the hosts of the party in that same house. There’s a chill in the air and the smell of death all around them as they walk deeper and deeper into the mansion. What actually caused the murders that night ten years ago? Will these three teens and the rest of their friends make it out alive and survive this Halloween Night or will they end up as every-one who has ever tried to live in that house before them? Read my first novel and find out.
From bloody handwriting on a wall to a mad rash of costume switching, evil events on Halloween night escalate, until it is difficult to tell who is killing whom.
Three excited siblings get ready for Halloween, dressing up and scouring the neighborhood for yummy treats. This book will get you children in the spirit of Halloween without being scary. Written for 4-8 year olds it is appropriate for a second grade reading level. The illustrations are bright and cheerful like a children's coloring book.
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