Merry Christmas, Miss McConnell! by Colleen O'Shaughnessy McKenna

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking. Check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between—you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

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Santa Claus Doesn't Mop Floors by Debbie Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones, and John Steven Gurney

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking. Check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between—you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

This week’s throwback helps find the Christmas spirit.

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Late at Night by William Schoell

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking. Check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between—you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

This week’s throwback is a horrific take on a classic.

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Only Child by Patricia Wallace

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between—you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

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The Dollhouse Murders by Betty Ren Wright

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between— you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

This week’s throwback will have you seeing ghosts.

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Aunt Dimity’s Death by Nancy Atherton

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between— you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

This week’s throwback is cozy.

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Is That You, Winter? by Stephen Gammell

Welcome back to Paperback Throwback, where I highlight a book from my ever-growing collection of older paperbacks, ‘90s and prior. Come check out everything from Zebra’s line of horror to Scholastic’s preteen Apple Paperbacks, and everything in-between— you’ll know them by their stylishly cheesy covers, flashy plots, and cheap prices.

Join me on this stroll down Literary Memory Lane. Stops include Sweet Valley High, Fear Street, and anywhere else mass market paperbacks may be lurking.

This week’s throwback comes a bit early in the season.

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