Rebecca by Nancy Werlin

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Inspired by Daphne du Maurier's classic novel, Rebecca, this short story by acclaimed YA novelist Nancy Werlin is about a little girl who discovers a photograph of a second little girl in her father's pocket. Feeling threatened, she decides to do something about it.

Massachusetts native Nancy Werlin is the author of several young adult novels. These include the fantasy novels Extraordinary and Impossible (a New York Times bestseller), the science fiction novel Double Helix, the suspense thrillers The Killer's Cousin (winner of the Edgar award), Locked Inside (an Edgar award finalist), and Black Mirror, and the realistic novels Are You Alone on Purpose and The Rules of Survival (a National Book Award finalist). She also writes occasional short stories and essays.

About Nancy Werlin

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NANCY WERLIN was born in Massachusetts, where she still lives. In writing for teenagers, she always strives to combine the emotional intensity of a coming-of-age story with the page-turning tension of a suspense thriller. Nancya (TM)s books have won numerous awards and accolades, including the Edgar award for The Killera (TM)s Cousin, which was also named one of the a oe100 Best of the Best for the 21st Centurya by the American Library Association. Her most recent book, The Rules of Survival, was a National Book Award Finalist. Visit her web site at
Published September 13, 2011 by Nancy Werlin. 11 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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