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  • jane kim

    "Forget just reading with the light on. You'll want to read Jennifer McMahon's thrilling ghost story The Winter People in the middle of the day, preferably not alone, and with a good view of the door — just in case. Also, steer clear of closets and wardrobes. I couldn't put this book down even though it scared the crap out of me, and I'm getting goosebumps just thinking about the 'sleepers.' Set in West Hall, VT, the novel includes excerpts from the diary of a woman who was murdered in 1908 as it follows a modern-day girl who discovered the diary in her home after her mother mysteriously disappeared." — Tara Block, love and sex editor

  • Hannah Marshall

    READ IT! Creepy and totally worth reading! The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon

  • Stephanie Lauridsen

    On my "to read" list.

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