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Good Night, Sweet Angel
     

Good Night, Sweet Angel

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by Clare McNally
 

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Jenn Galbraith's ex-husband tried to kill Jenn and their four-year-old daughter, Emily. He succeeded only in killing himslef--but his death marks the beginning of a plague of bad luck and the deaths of innocents. Now, if she is to save her daughter, Jenn must learn to believe in ghosts. Then she must destroy them.

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Jenn Galbraith's ex-husband tried to kill Jenn and their four-year-old daughter, Emily. He succeeded only in killing himslef--but his death marks the beginning of a plague of bad luck and the deaths of innocents. Now, if she is to save her daughter, Jenn must learn to believe in ghosts. Then she must destroy them.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
A macabre imagination and a tight rein on your nerves are required for McNally's (Somebody Come and Play) latest release. Her vivid portrayal of a twisted, child-molesting father trying to ravage his daughter from the grave is enough to give any reader nightmares. Determined to get her four-year-old, Emily, away from her demented ex-husband, Jenn Galbraith takes a teaching position in another state. On Jenn's and Emily's way there, the ex-husband runs their car off a mountain road, and in so doing kills himself and puts young Emily in the hospital in a coma. When Emily awakes, she has acquired an "invisible" new best friend, Tara, who claims to be the only one who can protect Emily from her vengeful father's evil spirit. This is a grisly tale made worse by the sickening notion of a ghoulish father chasing his toddler around with a pizza cutter. (May)
Orange Times West
You won't sleep after you read this one!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780812551037
Publisher:
Doherty, Tom Associates, LLC
Publication date:
05/28/1996
Pages:
344
Product dimensions:
4.18(w) x 6.73(h) x 0.93(d)

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Good Night, Sweet Angel 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
THis is a very good book .Especially if ur interested in horror& suspense . This book's full of suspence . You would want to keep reading it even after ur scared to death. :) HOpe u enjoy the book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great book. It definitely sent chills down my spine and I couldn't put it down.
McDr More than 1 year ago
Wow! This is really a page turner...from the beginning to the end. If the other reviewer actually read the book, they'd know that no animals or children were tortured, only a child frightened. Please don't rate books unless you actually read them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found the story interesting but it was very simplistic and fairly predictable from the beginning. I liked the writing style but was very bothered by the numerous problems with punctuation and wording. It seriously needs to be proofread and redone. All those errors gave it an amateurish feel. Stephanie Clanahan
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I have heard that children can see things that grown-ups cannot. Perhaps Emily sees her friend as she and her mom work their way through some problems. I would read other books by this author.
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I draw the line when children an dogs are terrorized. Seriously did not understand why...
bebwright More than 1 year ago
Written in third person. A little on the stupid side. Ok ok. A lot on the stupid side. You're not in to the story youre lookin in at the story. As I said "Corny"