The Creeper Files: The Root of All Evil

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Publisher: Oxford Press

There's evil in the air. Jake's dog won't go into the garden on his own, his friends know there's a problem, and who's the strange figure in their gardens? Soon Jake is being chased by a terrifying half man half plant creature! Jake's mum doesn't believe him, she's a grown-up after all. After reading this brilliantly creepy book, you'll never look at a potato in the same way again.

Paranormal Investigator Hacker Murphy's deliciously unsettling Creeper Files are a modern and very British Goosebumps. The book manages to be equal parts creepy and hilarious, a must for young horror heads.

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