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From the author of Win Lose Kill Die comes a chilling novella set at a summer camp haunted by tragedy, as students are picked off one by one in terrifying circumstances.
When an American-style residential camp is set up in the grounds of an English stately home, the teenage camp counsellors are looking forward to a fun summer of activities.
But right from the outset, things don't feel quite right at Camp Miller. Rumours circulate of a tragedy that took place in the grounds and there are unexplained sightings of a ghostly presence.
Then the incidents begin - a near-drowning out on the lake, a fatal fall from a cliff-face... are these tragic accidents or is there something more sinister going on at Camp Killer?
Publisher: Barrington Stoke Ltd
Number of pages: 128
"I’m a big fan of 80’s slasher films and this book hits all the right beats, from the creepy story around the campfire, to the cabins, the mysterious figure, and the kids being picked off one … by … one. Kill-tastic stuff!" -- Dan Smith
"A fun, fast-paced and atmospheric slasher that is perfect for spooky season." -- Amy McCaw
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