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Fifteen-year-old twins Hayley and Taylor Ryan of Port Gamble, WA, known as "Empty Coffin" because of a local legend, investigate a former friend's Christmas suicide and, along the way, discover a secret from their own past.
Publisher: New York : Splinter, c2011
ISBN: 9781402789571
Branch Call Number: FIC Olse
Characteristics: 285 p. ; 24 cm


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Jan 19, 2015

Didn't like it very much

Jan 18, 2014

is the second book betrayal???

Apr 17, 2013

Not what I was expecting - when I realized what it was about I simply wasn't in the mood for it. I do enjoy the author's nonfiction, however.

Nov 23, 2012

This book is creepy, and you'll have a lot of predictions of who killed her. Her death is a good twist! Very well written. A good read, loved it!

Ólive Jul 24, 2012

omg creepy book ahhah

drlnber321 Jul 23, 2012

Its definately a book that keeps you on your toes. Once you think its gonna be over your curiosity grows even more!

KJtheEpicFailure Jun 25, 2012

A pretty creepy book, but I guess that's to be expected from the cover. Can't wait to read the next in the series!

Nov 15, 2011

Pretty weird and a bit creepy, but I liked it. It's a pretty good book.


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emma345 Aug 29, 2012

emma345 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and 16

Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Ólive thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over


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sithier Jul 17, 2014

this book was amazing at the beginning i thought the book was about katelyn then i figured out it was really about the twins (Hayley and Taylor Ryan) which surprised me at first then i began to understand why later on and how the plot was put together was really cool and how the book began and ended was amazing all together this book was amazing


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Ólive Jul 24, 2012

Frightening or Intense Scenes: scary


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drlnber321 Jul 23, 2012

"Some of this story is completely true. And some of it isn't. Like truth, evil comes in all sorts of flavors. Some bitter. Some deceptively sweet. Sometimes it comes with a heavy price. While most people don't invite evil into their lives, the dirty little secret is that an invitation isn't necessary. Locked doors don't matter. Neither do fancy security systems. Evil is kind of amazing when you think about it. She knows how to get inside.” ― Gregg Olsen, Envy

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