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Veronica Mallory's father gives her a doll house that looks incredibly real. At first, she's thrilled with the ancient treasure, but then it begins to have a strange and violent effect on her friends and family. Can she unlock the gift's dark secrets in time to save those she loves?

Published: Crossroad Press on
ISBN: 9781452392851
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