My Bloody Valentine by Jo Gibson
From the author of ‘The Crush’, ‘The Crush II’ and ‘Slay Bells’ comes this sadly inept 1995 novel. At Hamilton High a dance is planed so a random nutter passes disapproving moral judgement on various female students who he doesn’t deem worthy of being crowned Queen Of Hearts. Multiple deaths should be potentially disruptive but oddly aren’t to the non-socially reserved students. This was a boring and dated tale of cardboard characters, cardboard murders, oddly chaste teenagers, random personality changes and a lame reveal of the mad murderer.
“Roses are red, and crowns are gold. A Valentine queen has values to uphold.”
“Even the Sheriff admitted that something strange was happening in Clearwater. Four girls had died,”