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A Haunting in Penn's Woods
     

A Haunting in Penn's Woods

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by Rebecca Bartlett
 

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As the new kid in a small town, eleven-year-old Mars Brewer is bored and friendless until he meets Lenny at the local nature preserve. The only problem is that Lenny disappeared a year ago and is presumed to be dead.

Mars soon discovers that Martins Falls doesn’t just have an issue with ghosts—it’s also a dangerous place to be an

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As the new kid in a small town, eleven-year-old Mars Brewer is bored and friendless until he meets Lenny at the local nature preserve. The only problem is that Lenny disappeared a year ago and is presumed to be dead.

Mars soon discovers that Martins Falls doesn’t just have an issue with ghosts—it’s also a dangerous place to be an adolescent. Accidents strike kids without warning and it’s not long before Mars is in danger of sharing Lenny’s fate.

Mars and a small group of misfits, all scarred from disturbing accidents, team up to investigate the origins of Martins Falls and how, in trying to protect its residents, the town’s founder may have damned anyone who grows to adulthood within its borders.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148953562
Publisher:
Suburban Dingo Publishing
Publication date:
11/29/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
226
File size:
996 KB

Meet the Author

Rebecca Bartlett lives in Eastern Pennsylvania with her husband, son, a dog and two cats. Her previous books include the Adventures of a Teenage Muse trilogy and Secrets of the Pendant.

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A Haunting in Penn's Woods 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Areview More than 1 year ago
A great ghost story. Kept me guessing till the end on why only kids of a certain age were in danger. Lots of detail and characters. I like how there were lots of handicapped kids and adults, not just healthy people, just like real life.