|Nursery, the (1983) [Novel]|
by David Lippincott
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(From the publisher):
Little girls -- all sugar and spice. At first they were so small, so sweet, so helpless, with their ribbons and bows, their charming wiles, their gentle, winning ways ... But then they began to grow -- tiny buds blossoming into wicked, willful beauties ... childish minds turning from their playthings to danger -- and evil.
Harriet and Henry Griggs just loved little girls. Hadn't they come to Maryland and built Blossom House because they understood so well? They knew that -- even on her wedding day -- a rebellious little girl like Jennifer Delafield had to be snatched from the arms of the young man who would surely harm her. They knew that little girls had to be watched ... protected ... taught to obey ... punished. And kept from harm forever in the nursery.
Original title: The Nursery
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Psychological Horror