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The Dead Game

by A. Bates

Series: Point Horror

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A. Bates, the author of bestselling Point Thrillers Final Exam, Party Line, and Mother's Helper, offers a chilling tale for readers ages 12 and up. When senior year pranks end in death, the Dead Game isn't just a game anymore.

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A. Bates, the author of bestselling Point Thrillers Final Exam, Party Line, and Mother's Helper, offers a chilling tale for readers ages 12 and up. When senior year pranks end in death, the Dead Game isn't just a game anymore.

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