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Fear Street Super Thriller: Secrets

Fear Street Super Thriller: Secrets

The Lost Girl; Can You Keep a Secret?

Fear Street

R. L. Stine

A Thomas Dunne Book for St. Martin's Griffin

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Now in one volume, master of horror R.L. Stine delivers two bone-chilling stories of teens in danger in the small town of Shadyside, where danger and violence looms on every darkened street corner.

In The Lost Girl, Michael is fascinated by the new girl at school, who is both beautiful and mysterious. But where does she come from? Where does she live? And why is Michael so drawn to her? If Michael doesn’t find out soon, he could find himself confronting a new and terrifying mystery—how to stay alive on Fear Street.

In Can You Keep a Secret?, Eddie and Emma are high school sweethearts looking for some luck. When they discover a bag of money in the woods and their friends get involved, there’s only one way this disagreement can end—with death.

R.L. Stine delivers two terrifying stories about greed, lust, mystery, and what can happen when teens get in way over their heads.

Praise for Fear Street Super Thriller: Secrets

Praise for The Lost Girl: “A nostalgia trip for the original fans of Fear Street.” - Kirkus Reviews

Praise for Can You Keep a Secret?: “Temptation, fear, and betrayal are deep roots of this stunning read. Death, danger, and the truth will keep readers turning the pages in a race to figure it all out.” - San Francisco Book Review

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R. L. Stine

R.L. STINE is one of the bestselling children’s authors in history with more than 400 million books sold to date. In 1989, Stine created the Fear Street series, one of the bestselling young adult book series in history with 80 million copies sold worldwide. He is also the author of the bestselling children’s series Goosebumps, which began in 1992 and has sold 300 million copies around the world. The Goosebumps series was made into a feature film starring Jack Black as R.L. Stine himself.