For much of her life, Allie has been confined to a mental hospital. One day, she is taken to the house of Dr. Chill, who wants her to develop the powers that have always made people fear her. There she finds others with special talents. When one of them disappears, Allie and the others must use their "specials" to fight a frightening and powerful enemy.
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About the Author
Tom Hoobler has published more than 90 books, most of them co-authored with his wife Dorothy. A majority of them were aimed at children or young adults. They won an Edgar for the Best Mystery of 2005 for their book, "In Darkness, Death," a mystery set in 18th-century Japan. Their latest book for adults was "The Crimes of Paris: a True Story of Murder, Theft, and Detection." It is set in Paris between 1900 and 1914, and one of the crimes described in the book is the theft of the Mona Lisa.