Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in dresses and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look for her Baby Doll, she was gone.
Many years later Emma Frost hears about the disappearance of the little girl and learns that she is not the only one to have gone missing from Fanoe Island back in the nineties. As she digs deeper into the story, she soon finds herself entangled in a web of strange and very disturbing events. Miss Polly had a Dolly is a spine-chilling Scandinavian mystery novel from the Internationally Bestselling author Willow Rose. It is the second novel in her bestselling Emma Frost-series and is followed by Run, run as fast as you can.
©2013 Willow Rose (P)2014 Willow Rose
Yes, but I'd have to warn them that there'are some gruesome parts.
Emma's involvement with her children and neighbor's chldren.
Emma was a good mother and friend. She was all about family but not much of an investigator.
The scene with the child being raped and murdered was extremely disturbing.
The narrator sounded like she was reading to a group of second graders. Story was good, though.
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