Gallows Hill (Mass Market Paperbound)
Laurel Leaf Library, 9780440227250, 240pp.
Publication Date: September 8, 1998
Role-playing takes on a terrifying cast when 17-year-old Sarah, who is posing as a fortune-teller for a school fair, begins to see actual visions that can predict the future. Frightened, the other students brand her a witch, setting off a chain of events that mirror the centuries-old Salem witch trials in more ways than one.
Praise For Gallows Hill…
Reviewers praise Lois Duncan:
For Gallows Hill:
"Duncan delights in building suspense brick by brick until she has a whole creepy wall to collapse at the climax."
"Entertaining and enlightening, this is a book that should have wide appeal."
"...An exciting, suspenseful tale that will certainly be welcomed by Duncan's many fans."
--School Library Journal
For The Twisted Window:
"Duncan is a true pro, grounding the twists of her plot lines with sure motivation and providing the reader with several surprises along the way."
For Locked in Time:
"Duncan's new thriller is impeccably structured, convincing and harrowing...In the denouement, Duncan proves again her talent for outguessing even veteran mystery buffs."
For Stranger With My Face:
"The best of the sinister and supernatural is Lois Duncan's Stranger With My Face...Spine-chilling from top to bottom."
--The New York Times