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A bone-chilling tale from the Queen of Scream Not for the faint-hearted Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in dresses and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground, one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let hers A bone-chilling tale from the Queen of Scream Not for the faint-hearted Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in dresses and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground, one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look for her Baby Doll again, she was gone. Many years later Emma Frost hears about the disappearance of the little girl and learns that she is not the only one to have gone missing from Fanoe Island back in the nineties. As she digs deeper into the story, she soon finds herself entangled in a web of strange and very disturbing events. Warning: Contains graphic scenes. ˃˃˃ Miss Polly had a dolly is the second novel in Willow Rose's Best-selling series about the Danish author Emma Frost.Grab a copy today. ...

Title : miss polly had a dolly
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ISBN : 18941728
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Number of Pages : 366 Pages
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miss polly had a dolly Reviews

  • Gayla
    2018-09-30 15:27

    This book was like a car wreck on the side of the road. You just can't help but look (or read on).

  • Jenn
    2018-10-12 12:15

    2.5 stars. A decent murder mystery with a creepy twist. The author did a fine job on the narrative, but some of the plot was a bit of a stretch. How did the police, who failed to notice the similarities in the cases of the missing girls, determine within hours that the Bowtie Killer was associated with the talent show?I understand that our expectations should be lowered a bit when a book is free, but there is only so much that can be forgiven. In this book, "front door" becomes "frond door", which could work if the book were on set on a tropical island. But no, we're in Denmark. The visual of a palm leaf door is a big laughable. Add to that the description of a man being kicked in the "crouch", and we're bordering on Mad-Libs territory. But when the author/stay-at-home mom suddenly and unbelievably becomes a computer hacker AND THE EDITORS NOTES ARE HYPERLINKED TO THE STORY (I wish I was kidding), I was unable to stay immersed in the story.

  • Denise
    2018-10-02 11:17

    'Miss Polly had a Dolly' is a thriller that sucked me in from the beginning. The storyline was incredibly dramatic and thrilling. I really liked it. The way the story played out had some unexpected twists. The characters were a great cast of personalities. Emma, once again, played an awesome lead. I could not put this book down. I look forward to reading the next book in this series. I love the writing style that Willow Rose uses to bring her books to life. A definite add to your tbr list. Recommended.

  • Nerfzilla
    2018-10-20 12:08

    This book is unbelievably bad. Atrocious, awful, horrible. It is boring, predictable dreadfully written and difficult to imagine that someone actually published it. The story is ludicrous and silly, it's as if someone not terribly bright was telling you the story of an awful made-for-television movie. The characters are wooden and one dimensional and straight out of central casting. There is not one twist or turn that you didn't see coming from miles away. It's as if some deranged eleven year old wrote it. I honestly cannot convey just how bad this book is. Truly awful. Yawn...

  • Joy
    2018-10-12 12:29

    I enjoyed reading this murder mystery even though it's different than what I usually read. I enjoyed trying to piece clues together & solve the mysteries. However after I read this book I couldn't figure out why the killer only killed young girls and not sweaty sicko guys or mother figures since that's what tormented his mind , body and soul since he was 6 years old. I do plan on reading more of Willows books when I get money to buy more books.

  • Glenda Beck
    2018-10-21 11:11

    TerrifyingThis story is terrifying, not for children! I find it heartbreaking and too believable for these kind of things to happen. A story that you won't fully understand till the end.

  • Linda
    2018-10-16 13:22

    I'm not sure if it's creepier that the author comes up with these horror stories or that I read them! She keeps me glued to the pages until the end, then I start another.

  • Jeanine
    2018-10-05 08:11

    Set in Denmark, this is a pretty darn good mystery with a nice little twist.

  • Nikki Forster
    2018-09-28 16:23

    This book was dumb! It felt like amateur writing. I had to read several lines over because they didn't make sense. Couldn't wait for it to end!

  • Bonnie Keck
    2018-10-17 15:05

    Kindle Unlimited, although own 9 of the 10 and possibly some of the sets; wondering if should buy 10 so going to read on ku but first going to read 1 NOPE ALL GARBAGE, went through 10 piles of filth and garbage and sewage.This is, by far, one of stupidest things have ever read in entire life, and that's thousands of books across every genre. Did person writing this have English skills, because sure doesn't seem that way, and if it was translated that person needs fired, whoever edited this crap as well because there are misspellings, run on sentences, words in weird places, missing words, wrong syntax, pretty much unreadable mess. Don't put the word time next to the word thyme. Don't talk about someone kneeling down then next sentence 'stand up' when it's supposed to indicate being helpful with things all the sudden not physical movement. The switching of perspective in telling this mess is ridiculous. Switching tenses is ridiculously confusing and definitely wrong. When a 'story' is this bad, it makes it worse if that's even possible, when can't tell who is saying what or talking to or about who. This whole piece of junk should have warning label for graphic crap garbage. Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in dresses and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground, one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look for her Baby Doll again, she was gone. Many years later Emma Frost hears about the disappearance of the little girl and learns that she is not the only one to have gone missing from Fanoe Island back in the nineties. As she digs deeper into the story, she soon finds herself entangled in a web of strange and very disturbing events.Itsy Bitsy Spider by Willow Rose 1Miss Polly Had a Dolly by Willow Rose 2Run Run As Fast As You Can by Willow Rose 3Emma Frost Mystery Series Volume 1-3Cross Your Heart and Hope To Die by Willow Rose 4Peek a Boo I See You by Willow Rose 5Emma Frost Mystery Series: Vol 1-5Tweedledum and Tweedledee by Willow Rose 6Emma Frost Mystery Series: Vol 4-6 Easy as One Two Three by Willow Rose 7There's No Place Like Home by Willow Rose 8Slenderman by Willow Rose 9Emma Frost Mystery Series vol 7-9Where the Wild Roses Grow 10

  • Aunt Meanie
    2018-09-24 10:23

    When the book blurb says “Not for the faint-hearted” … they mean it! This book is omahgah creepy to the max. From the title of the book and the book cover > could you have any doubt?The book blurb: Miss Polly had a dolly. A beautiful daughter that she called her Baby Doll. Every day she dressed her in cute outfits and brushed her hair before they went outside to show off to the neighbors. On the playground, one day her Baby Doll talked to a boy, and for one unforgivable second, Miss Polly let herself be distracted by a woman telling her how adorable she thought her daughter was. When Miss Polly finally turned to look at her Baby Doll again, she was gone. Years later, our character, Emma Frost, hears about the disappearance of the little girl and discovers in the late 90's there were many little girls who disappeared from Fanoe Island. For decades, the Police thought the girls had wandered into the ocean and been carried off by the strong current... no bodies were ever found. If you like creepy, suspense, twisted, demented, and unnatural > then READ. THIS. BOOK!*I just found out that this is book 2 in the Emma Frost series of 11, and I have book 1 that I haven't read yet! Itsy Bitsy Spider. Take a guess what book I'm going to read next.I hate to admit, I had not heard of this author – GASP! . . . . uhm, Willow Rose, you are now on my MUST READ list. I will be scouring my ebook library for any and all books by this author. Reading some of the titles, I think I have a few! [ crosses my fingers... oh, please, please ]This book is definitely for readers 18 years old and older because . . . . it just is! Do not give this book to young children.I received this book free in exchange for my honest review.

  • Krystal
    2018-10-15 15:00

    A disturbed woman who dresses her 6 year old daughter up like a doll, and tells her not to let anyone touch her and don't get dirty in the playground, she's only out in public to be looked at and admired. The little girl wanders off to an ice cream truck to be sold to a brothel in Poland. *TRIGGER WARNING* *DISTURBING* There are gross and disgusting sexual acts with children of the age of 6. This is where I have to remove a few stars, I could do without reading about such things.The book is very dark, creepy, twisted and disgusting, but interesting minus the brothel of children.

  • Candice Mckinney
    2018-10-21 16:12

    Emma Frost is home from her book tour when her Dad introduces her to his new girlfriend. Emma learns that the girlfriend lost her daughter when she was 6 years old, presumably from drowning. Emma learns that several other girls have disappeared from the island over the years always when they were 6 years old.Miss Polly had a Dolly is a very good, well written book about a horrible subject, child abductions.

  • Donna
    2018-10-09 11:10

    Horrifyingly TerriificIn this 2nd story featuring Emma Frost, I think it's fair to say Willow Rose has met the creepy factor again! Another horrific tale on Fanoe Island where Emma and her family live. A young child has gone missing, a celebrity is coming to the island, and bodies start piling up Can Emma figure out what's really going on? Will she live to figure it or die trying?

  • Tracy
    2018-10-07 16:06

    Another great Emma Frost story. This one, as with the last one, switches back and forth between current time and past time. A few times it gets confusing, but once you know the characters it is much easier to follow (at least for me). It was a story that totally keeps your interest and you think you know what's going on, and then you don't!On to book three, and I can't wait!

  • Neva
    2018-09-23 11:24

    Miss PollyAfter a slow start - the story took off with jaw dropping , must read completely before putting it down , book. I was a bit confused about the mothers and missing girls. But then I caught on to what was happening and what HAD happened. Interesting twist. Had to read it in one sitting. Thank you.

  • Susan Lee Thuener
    2018-09-29 15:09

    Have not read many of the Willow Rose stories.I did not like this book. I prefer ones that stay on a time line. This jumped years chapter by chapter and I found myself getting confused. Back and forth anywhere from 10 or more years to a few.

  • Michelle
    2018-10-11 10:25

    A little to darkThe first book was an interesting scary read. This one went too far for my tastes. Parts of it made me queasy. Vivid descriptions of child rape are just horrifying. The killer did have me guessing however.

  • Bbann
    2018-10-07 16:08

    Wow ... once you get into the twists and turns of this book, it is difficult to put down!! Makes for a very long Monday when I had to finish it on a Sunday Night!!

  • Devonna Bess
    2018-10-19 08:25

    RivetingWillow Rose is great at immediately bringing you into the drama and keeping you guessing until the end. Warning, this is not for the weak!

  • Jenae (Jeni)
    2018-10-07 16:24

    Very good book, little hard to follow at first. Love the Emma Frost books!

  • Kimber
    2018-10-18 12:26

    Not as good as the first Emma Frost book, but still good. Twists and some gore. Now to read the Emma Frost # 3 Run, Run, As Fast You Can.

  • jeffrey c robinson
    2018-10-22 10:15

    SeriesExcellent series. Kept me reading all night. Never saw the twist at the end of the book. Now one of my favorite series of books.

  • Michelle
    2018-09-24 12:13

    This story wasn't very well written, didn't flow, and was basically unbelievable on many fronts.

  • Linda McDowell
    2018-10-01 11:16

    ScaryWell written but a little to horrific for me. Don't know if ill read the n e ctrl in the series or not yet

  • Geri
    2018-10-17 12:13

    WowI've downloaded several of Willow Rose's books but this is the first one I read. I didn't know who the killer was until near the end. I will definitely read more of her books.

  • Jessica Dawn
    2018-10-21 15:11

    Very graphicI had a hard time finishing this book because of some the graphic nature. But it was well written and I did finish. And I will read the next book in the series.

  • Don Harwood
    2018-10-11 08:00

    Enjoyable book.

  • Rachael Dowd
    2018-09-26 14:28

    Great read!!This book was great! I could not put it down! Could not even guess what was to expect next. A complete mystery until the end! Loved it!!! It's a must read Ya'll!!!

  • Deborah
    2018-10-09 12:24

    StrangeThe characters have little depth. Not really in a sensible order to connect any of the dots. I wouldn't recommend it.