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Don't Scream by Joan Lowery Nixon
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Don't Scream (original 1996; edition 1997)

by Joan Lowery Nixon

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Title:Don't Scream
Authors:Joan Lowery Nixon
Info:Laurel Leaf (1997), Paperback, 176 pages
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When two new guys come to her school, Jess thinks things are really looking up, but she doesn't know their real identities or if she can trust them.
  lkmuir | Dec 7, 2015 |
Two cute new boys have just moved into town, so best friends Jess and Lori befriend them. Jess senses some strange behavior from both Mark and Scott as she gets to know them. Now strange things are starting to happen in her neighborhood. Could Scott or Mark be the trouble? Jess is determined to find out. The story was a good mystery that kept you guessing until the end. The story also demonstrated that what students are learning in school can also be useful outside of school. We see this when Jess learns from her journalism class how to investigate people, which ends up helping her solve the mystery. ( )
  jlarsonhamilton | Mar 28, 2008 |
When two new guys come to her school, Jess thinks things are really looking up. But she doesn't know their real identities or if she can trust them.
  smee04 | Oct 21, 2006 |
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Jess is thrilled when two cute, new boys move to her small town -- but then the neighborhood cats start disappearing and she spies a silent watcher lurking outside her yard. With the help of a computer-loving friend, Jess starts to investigate the newcomers, little dreaming that the Federal Witness Protection Program has unleashed a sociopath on her town. Fans of light thrillers will enjoy this creepy story by four-time Edgar winner Nixon.

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When two new guys come to her school, Jess thinks things are really looking up, but she doesn't know their real identities or if she can trust them.

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