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THE SLEEPWALKER
by Mary Hazel Upton
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It has been over six months since Melissa Sue died and was buried in the Haven Of The Angels Cemetery. Melita Ann, her twin sister, continues to grieve. At first she is terrified when she awakes to hear Melissa Sue, who used to walk in her sleep, outside her window. Terror turns to uneasy joy. Too late she learns that Melissa Sue is now a vampire--and that she wants Melita Ann to become one of the undead and join her forever. Together, Melita Ann and Melissa Sue's boyfriend, Alan, must try to defeat the Forces Of Darkness and let Melissa Sue finally rest in peace.

This paranormal romance for teen girls has a July 1985 setting. The location is a fictionalized Cave Hill Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. A fictionalized Galleria, which also used to be in Louisville, and which was the most beautiful Mall I have ever seen, also is part of the location of this story.

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Created on: Jun-27-2016   Published on: Jun-27-2016
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Hardcover w/Glossy Laminate - B&W - Trade Book
Theme: Teen    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 132 Pages
 
About Author
Mary Hazel
Joined: Jul-20-2014

My name is Mary Hazel Upton. I have been writing stories since I was six years old. My favorite kinds of fiction are Gothic romance, horror, and science fiction. I write a little of everything, but mostly in those categories. I hope someone besides myself will enjoy reading my stories and nonfiction, but I write it for myself. I am also typing up for publication my mother's very old diaries and poetry that she left to me, along with her other possessions. Eventually I want to publish my Daddy's old letters and my grandmother's very old diaries so that they will not be forgotten, as well as mine and my husband, Gain's, old diaries that I kept for many years. Some of the entries in those diaries were dictated to me by him, and so preserved. Mostly he contributed to the diaries when we were on vacation. I also have old photos taken by my parents and Gain and myself to use to illustrate the books. All of the people mentioned except me are now gone home to be with the angels.