The Stepsister 2

Series

Fear Street

Published

11/01/1995

#

33

Pages

145

The Stepsister 2

She's over the murderous rage that made her try to kill her sister Emily last year. Now she's home for good....

Or evil. Emily wants to forgive and forget, but the nightmare has started all over again. Someone wants to hurt her. Is it Nancy? Or is there someone else who wants Emily dead?

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01/01/1996

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What Holly Heard

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07/01/1995

#

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05/01/1995

#

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35

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Unable to remember a single relevant detail after witnessing a horrible murder, Martha wonders why she cannot keep from drawing the victim's face over and over again and becomes determined to recover her memory.

 

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