Bad Girls Don't DiePaperback - 2009
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When fifteen-year-old Lexi's younger sister Kasey begins behaving strangely and their old Victorian house seems to take on a life of its own, Lexi investigates and discovers some frightening facts about previous occupants of the house, leading her to believe that many lives are in danger.
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She's backed in a corner, crying. A crowd of kids has gathered around her, and I am one of the crowd. We have planned this for a week, now - since the day we saw her wandering through the graveyard with her doll, and Mildred told us that was a sure sign she was a witch.
We can't have a witch in our town.
"Present yourself, kitty," I said loudly.
A head popped out from behind the tree. My stomach did three flip-flops before recognizing my younger sister, Kasey.
"Present yourself?" Kasey snorted. "Sergent Meow, reporting for duty."
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Alexis is not a normal girl, what with her pink hair and anti-cheerleaderism. But then her life gets weirder: she tells her sister a story, but one she did not invent: it was as if she was being used to tell it...
Then, strange things start happening. The boiler turns on by itself; the house is cold with no air conditioning on. But stranger, her sister's eyes swing from blue to green. And her mood swings are just as bad. Will Alexis have the answer to alll these riddles? Or will the cheerleader, Megan, have to give them to her?