Series: Point Horror Collection

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Point Horror Collection 1: Mother's Helper, Invitation, Beach Party by A. Bates1
Point Horror Collection 2: My Secret Admirer, The Accident, Funhouse by Carol Ellis2
Point Horror Collection 3: April Fools, The Waitress, The Snowman by Richie Tankersley Cusick3
Point Horror Volume 4: The R L Stine Collection - The Baby-sitter, The Boyfriend, The Girlfriend by R. L. Stine4
Point Horror Collection 5: The Cemetery, Freeze Tag, The Fever by D. E. Athkins5
Point Horror: The Caroline B. Cooney Collection: The Cheerleader, Return of the Vampire, Vampire's Promise by Caroline B. Cooney6
Point Horror Collection 7: The Window, The Train, Hit and Run by Carol Ellis7
Point Horror Collection 8: Dead Game, The Stranger, Call Waiting by Various8
Point Horror Collection 9: Perfume, Silent Witness, Phantom by R. L. Stine9
Point Horror Collection 10: The Watcher, The Boy Next Door, The Hitchhiker by Lael Littke10
Point Horror: The R.L. Stein Special Edition: Baby-Sitter, Baby-Sitter II, Baby-Sitter III, Baby-Sitter IV by R. L. Stine Special Edition

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