Supervision by Alison Stine
Something is wrong with Esmé. Kicked out of school in New York, she’s sent to live with her grandmother in a small Appalachian town. But something is wrong with her grandma’s decrepit mansion full of stray cats, stairs that lead to nowhere, and beds that unmake themselves. Something is wrong in the town, where a kid disappears every year and a whistle sounds each night but no train arrives. And something is wrong with the cute and friendly neighbor with black curls and ice-blue eyes: He’s dead.
Alison Stine is also the author of three books of poetry: Wait (University of Wisconsin Press, 2011), Ohio Violence (University of North Texas Press, 2009), and Lot of My Sister (Kent State University Press, 2001). She has worked as an actor, an artist’s model, a high school teacher, and a professor. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Ohio University, and is an avid urban explorer. This is her debut novel.
Praise for Supervision:
“Readers will be drawn into the mystery almost immediately” Fangirls Read It First
“Quickly drags you into the gripping story.” – Otaku Twins Reviews
“Supervision by Alison Stine is a book that the young adult audience will devour and completely enjoy!” – Rachel Tsoumbakous, author of Wood Nymph Chronicles