Stalker Girl by Rosemary Graham

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Carly never meant to become a stalker. She just wanted to find out who Brian started dating after he dumped her. But a little harmless online research turns into a quick glance, and that turns into an afternoon of watching. Soon Carly is putting all of her energy into following Brian’s new girlfriend—all of the sadness she feels about her mom’s recent breakup, all of the anger she feels over being pushed aside by her dad while he prepares for his new wife’s new baby. When Carly’s stalking is discovered in the worst possible way by the worst possible person, she is forced to acknowledge her problem and the underlying issues that led to it.

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About Rosemary Graham

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Rosemary Graham ( is a professor of English and creative writing at Saint Mary's College of California. She lives with her family in Berkeley, California.
Published July 22, 2010 by Viking Books for Young Readers. 307 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Carly’s tale begins in medias res: Carly follows her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend around New York City, disguising herself with oversize sunglasses and scratchy wool hats.

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As discomforting as waiting for a character in a horror film to finally get axed, Graham’s novel follows high school senior Carly, as her seemingly innocent desire to see her ex’s new girlfriend, Taylor, in person turns into a day spent trailing her every move.

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