Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the secrets of all his classmates, sometimes . . .
The Thaumas sisters live in a manor by the sea with their father and step-mother. There were 12 girls in all, but now only 8 remain. Ever since their mother died, tragedy seems to strike the family every year. People say the family is cursed. And now that another sister has died, Annaleigh, now second-eldest of the girls, begins seeing her dead sisters’ ghosts. She begins to . . .
All Stevie Bell wanted to do was solve the old Ellingham mystery. Instead, she becomes faced with real, present-day mysteries—three, to be exact—that all seem to be connected to each other somehow. And the more Stevie looks into it, the more she believes they’re also related to the murders of . . .
When a huge storm cuts off Blackbrook academy from the mainland, a handful of students and staff are stranded on campus in Tudor House, forced to wait it out with no power, no WiFi, and no help in sight. When Headmaster Boddy is found dead the next morning with a knife in his chest, things take a turn for the worse. Did he . . .
Everyone knows about Pine Cottage and the horrors that occurred there over ten years ago. But Quincy Carpenter is the only person alive who was actually there. She is the sole survivor of the Pine Cottage Murders---a final girl, as the media calls her, along with Lisa and Sam, two other sole survivors of their own tragedies. Quincy has tried to . . .
Vanessa is obsessed with her replacement---the beautiful, blonde bombshell her ex-husband is set to marry just months after their own divorce. Vanessa follows her replacement. She keeps tabs on her, all the while in a downward spiral in her own life. She's lost all her friends, all her family except her aunt, all her money---but she hasn't lost . . .
May and Libby were best friends from the start. They didn't need anyone else---they had each other. And one fateful day, May and Libby created Princess X using rainbow chalk. From there, they created an entire comic series for themselves: Libby drawing the illustrations, May writing the stories. But that was before the accident. Now, Libby is . . .
Tom is the kind of guy who lives in a happy little bubble---he never expects anything to go wrong. He has a great job, the perfect wife, and a nice home in a good neighborhood. But one night, Tom comes home to an empty house, the lights on and door unlocked. His wife is gone. She left her phone, her purse... Then a policeman shows up . . .
Anne and Marco Conti's life looks shiny from the outside---nice house, new baby, happy marriage. One night, Anne and Marco are invited next door for dinner, and when the babysitter cancels, Marco convinces Anne to leave baby Cora at home anyway. It's no big deal---the Contis' home share a wall with their neighbor's home, and they agree to . . .
Jess Wong is in love with her best friend Angie, even if she can’t quite admit so to herself, let alone anyone else. But she doesn’t hide it so well, especially when Angie starts dating Margot, who attends the nearby boarding school. Jess immediately dislikes Margot, which causes a serious rift in her friendship with Angie. Jess would do anything for ...