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The Curse of the Ruby Necklace The twins land small parts in a movie being made in Sweet Valley about the mysterious death of twelve year old Lillian Keller at the old Keller mansion Jessica finds an old necklace near the mansion, puts it on, and that very night she has a terrible nightmare about a girl falling to her death Can a necklace really hold the secret to a murder

About the Author: Francine Pascal

Francine Pascal May 13, 1938 is an American author best known for creating the Sweet Valley series of novels In 1982 she created the characters and the stories for the first six books and her agent, Amy Berkower of Writers House sold them to Bantam Books Book number one is mostly written by Ms Pascal From then on she wrote the stories for every book ever published in the series After the first book ghostwriters were hired and edited by Dan Weiss packaging company.Ms Pascal was married to writer John Pascal July 8, 1932 January 7, 1981 , and her brother was Broadway lyricist Michael Stewart August 1, 1924 September 20, 1987.She now divides her time between homes in New York and the south of France.http us.macmillan.com author franci

10 thoughts on “The Curse of the Ruby Necklace

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    My mother pulled this out of her garage the other day, along with some dust, coloring books, Japanese children s books, and two other Sweet Valley Twins books my other two favorites holiday ones My sister and I screamed, jumped up and down, and agreed that this was the highlight of our months Do you know how much I loooooved this book when I was a kid It was probably my favorite Super Chiller of the Sweet Valley Twins seri

  2. kylajaclyn kylajaclyn says:

    Lillian Keller Was Murdered by Four Finger Harry Ruby red and true It will bring nightmares to you Quickly solve the crime Quotes Lila Wait a minute How come you know my locker combination Ellen Everyone knows your locker combination, Lila We all use your mousse when we run out.Lila Excuse me You use my mousse, from my locker Ellen Sure You re rich You can afford to share.Becka No, it s because you Lila have what we call a modern

  3. Christine Kayser Christine Kayser says:

    This was one of my favorite books as a teenager, and it s surprisingly still charming as an adult It s a fun mystery ghost story The Sweet Valley Twins were a staple of my library haul as a kid As an adult, it was fun to see what parts of the story had stuck with me.

  4. Kristin Kristin says:

    I remember really loving this book as a kid If I found one now I would certainly snatch it up I m sure it would be totally different reading it now but I would still give it a go I was not a SV or Babysitter s Club reader and, in fact, this is the only one I remember reading of those series, but it was a good one.

  5. Sparkler Sparkler says:

    I thought this was the coolest book way back when I d sit up reading it late at night and thoroughly tick off my Mom D I still do think it s good brings back a lot of memories When the summers were boring and the only entertainment I had was books LOL

  6. Ashlee Draper Galyean Ashlee Draper Galyean says:

    When I was about 12 this book was my favorite thing I must have read it ten times along with every babysitters club I could get my hands on I won t list them all on Goodreads so as to save a little face.

  7. Hanna Hanna says:

    I read it for the first time when I was about 8 years old, and it was the start of my love for the Sweet Valley series.

  8. Winnie Winnie says:

    One of the best books I have ever read.

  9. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    This was my fave Sweet Valley Super Chiller.

  10. Jodie Jodie says:

    Just fun Super Chillers, Supper Thrillers, Super Editions, all kinds of super rolled into a series of brilliance.

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