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The Monster Club - The Vampire Substitute - cover

The Monster Club - The Vampire Substitute

Gemma Paul

Publisher: Raven and Drake Publishing

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Summary

Mollie Tanner and her friends Harley, Lana, Ivy and Samuel are the members of their town's Monster Club. Monsters are drawn to their town of Ravenwood, and with the help of their class teacher Miss Faye who also happens to be a good witch, they work together to rid the town of the monsters that come to cause chaos.  
 
Are you ready to join Mollie and her friends on their monster hunting adventures?  
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In 'The Vampire Substitute' Mollie and her friends panic when their teacher Miss Faye goes missing and is replaced by a vampire who goes by the name Mr Drakola. Who is this vampire and what did he do with their teacher?  

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