Likes Making Dolls
a novel by
Nancy Anne Phipps
Phipps mother Nancy(pictured below with Jill) has been an active
campaigner for animal rights for over 20 years. Jill adored reading
and her favourite author was Stephen King. One day Jill challenged
Nancy to write a horror story for her! Nancy took the challenge
and the result was Mother Likes Making Dolls, a spine-chilling horror.
Although written many years ago, it has only recently been published.
with her beloved mother Nancy
About the book
children, Sarah and her brother Jonathan have an alarming experience
with a strange old lady, Mrs Trelawny, who lives in a cottage in
the woods. Many years later, Jonathan is seduced by a mysterious
woman called Claire, who moves them into the same cottage. Sinister
incidents cause Sarah to fear what may be to come. Then she meets
Rebecca, who has a similar story to tell about her father.
is Claire and what is her fascination with collecting dolls? What
is so eerie about the cottage in the woods? Will they manage to
escape from the malevolent evil forces that seem to be closing in
this book to find out!
a copy of this great book now
book is 170 pages paperback and costs £6. Please include
£2 p&p for each book. All proceeds from the sale
of the book will go towards animal campaigning and sanctuaries
Jill Phipps Fund
so please make cheques payable to `Jill Phipps Fund`.
your order to The Jill Phipps Fund, PO Box 3605, Coventry
ways you can help promote Nancy`s book
have been printed that promote the book. We would like to
see these distributed as far and wide as possible, can you
help in any of the following ways??
If your group produces a newsletter/magazine, and would be
willing to insert the new leaflets, please get in touch.
2. If you don`t have a newsletter, can you distribute the
leaflets amongst your group, friends etc or on stalls?
3. If you have a website, display a link to this page. You
can use the book cover on our frontpage.
4. Ask your local library to order a copy of the book for
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