Book Reviews of The Dollkeeper

The Dollkeeper
The Dollkeeper
Author: Jack Scaparro
ISBN-13: 9780821719886
ISBN-10: 0821719882
Publication Date: 2/1/1987
Pages: 380
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Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp
Book Type: Paperback
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Old Emma Prescott had a way with children. She showed them how to find books in the library and she let them sit in a circle around her while she read them stories. Center Hollow sure was lucky to have a librarian like her. Especially when nearly a dozen kids had been reported missing over the last few months, and you just didn't know who you could trust anymore...
Miss Prescott had a way with dolls, too. She had a whole colletion of them that looked exacetly like the town's children. They almost looked alive - with eyse that gleamed as they stared, and skin so real that blood seemed to flow just beneath the surface. Unlike the missing children, who were looking - well, rather dead. At least, no matter how many of Center Hollow's precious darlings disappeared, her dolls would never leave her.
And they would never tell on her.....