Dead Girls Don't Write Letters
Dead Girls Don't Write Letters (Single Titles)
Dead Girls Don't Write Letters
Gail Giles
Sunny Reynold's sister, Jazz, dies in a fire. Then one day a letter arrives, a letter from Jazz. A girl follows. But she can't possibly by Jazz--or can she? She seems to know all the family secrets, but Not-Jazz clearly has a few secrets of her own. Compelling, edgy, and suspenseful, Dead Girls Don't Write Letters will keep you guessing. And just when you think you know what's real and what's not, Gail Giles unfurls another surprise.

Book Details


  • Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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This book is about a girl named Sunny who gets a mysterious letter from her dead sister. Sunny thinks that there is no possible way that this could happen. But when Sunny opens the letter from her dead sister she realizes that her sister will be coming home tomorrow. But how? That's the main idea of this book. When Sunny's so called sister "Jazz" comes home,Sunny realizes that this person is not Jazz. She doesn't look like Jazz. But as this Jazz moves into there life she does everything exactly like the real Jazz does.

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