Lois Duncan On Reaching A New Generation Of Teen Readers
Long before YA literature was a massive category of books yielding an unending stream of blockbuster movies, Lois Duncan was a writer whose page-turners kept teen readers up at night. Author of more than 50 books, many for children and teens, Duncan hit her stride with a series of thrillers and supernatural tales written in the 1970s and '80s. From "Killing Mr. Griffin" to "I Know What You Did Last Summer," her books specialized in relatable, ordinary girls caught up in extraordinary situations such as dealing with ghosts, murder or mysterious twins.
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