UK: Titan Books, 2019, PB.
Of course, Drearcliff Grange School was haunted. Amy Thomsett of the Fourth Form – the girl who flies on moth-wings – is confident she can solve any mystery, sleuth out any secret and defy any dark force. With her friends in the Moth Club, she has faced the unknown and become stronger. Under the guidance of Miss Kratides, her special tutor, she has learned more about her unusual abilities and is working hard to fulfil her potential. Great things are expected of her. For such a girl, a few ordinary ghosts are no worry.
But the Broken Doll is not an ordinary ghost.
Wherever the limping spectre is seen, terror strikes. And the lopsided, cracked-face, glass-eyed creature seems bound to Amy – and bent on becoming the most serious threat the Moth Club have ever faced. Also, thanks to a new arrangement, certain classes and special activities will be shared with Drearcliff’s sibling school, Chasemoor Grange Academy. So, halls already stalked by a dangerous apparition are to be invaded by other strange, alien, magical creatures… Boys.
“At Drearcliff Grange she had special lessons to develop her Talent.
‘Attributes and Abilities are not enough,’ Headmistress said. ‘An Unusual Girl must cultivate Applications.’”