Little Girls by Ronald Malfi. Published by Kensington

Laurie grew up with a harsh, unkind father and her childhood was full of rules. The most important one was to never open the door at the top of the stairs. Years later and miles away, Laurie thinks she’s left the past behind her, but all that changes when she has to return home to settle her father’s estate. At least this time she’s not alone, she brings her husband and ten year old daughter with her. But her past rises up to meet her and Laurie can’t help wonder if there might be something residual lingering in the house. She’s definitely freaked out by her daughter’s new friend, Abigail, who looks exactly like the little girl who lived and died next door when Laurie was a little girl


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