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   Beware the Shopping Mall, by Betsy Haynes  
 
  Novel, first publication in October 1994 , latest edition in October 1999
 
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      Once again bestselling author Betsy Haynes (The Fabulous Five series) has unleashed her prolific pen, this time to delightfully horrifying good use. Bone Chillers is an entertaining collection of grotesqueries that are especially twisted for the minds of young readers. Grounded in the familiar terrain of school, shopping malls, or family affairs, each fantasia exposes a macabre world of demons and monsters lurking just below the mundane surface of everyday life.
    In Beware the Shopping Mall, a group of friends is lured to a grand opening with hopes of finding some killer deals. But there's something troubling about this retail paradise and their search for bargains quickly turns into a shopping spree to die for!

    Overflowing with buckets of gore and more than a little vomitus, Bone Chillers aren't for the squeamish. But there's a moral hidden in this madness and, in the end, the good guys usually come out on top--even if they are covered in some kind of slime.
    George Laney
    Source: Amazon.com.

     
     
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