Overview

Sometimes it's not why, but how one dies, that keeps the soul from moving on.
At twelve-years-old, Max McCarty finds out that he has a unique gift; he communicates with the dead. So if the dead are his clients, why is small coma victim seeking him out? She needs his help, but at five, she doesn't know why. Max, with the help of his spiritual mentor, Royce and his ghostly poker pals, hope to unravel her predicament. A deadly situation best ...
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Ante Up

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Overview

Sometimes it's not why, but how one dies, that keeps the soul from moving on.
At twelve-years-old, Max McCarty finds out that he has a unique gift; he communicates with the dead. So if the dead are his clients, why is small coma victim seeking him out? She needs his help, but at five, she doesn't know why. Max, with the help of his spiritual mentor, Royce and his ghostly poker pals, hope to unravel her predicament. A deadly situation best uncovered with evidence.
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Amazon - Kacey4041 Sorensen
Five stars: This book is a great read for young adults. My 9 and 7 year old loved it. Its a great change of pace when looking for a YA book that appeals to boys--which isn't always easy to come buy!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014781930
  • Publisher: Doree Anderson
  • Publication date: 6/4/2012
  • Series: The DunMuller Mansion Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 318
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • File size: 538 KB

Meet the Author

Doree Anderson is a full time writer. Ante Up is the second book in her Paranormal young adult/middle grade series. If she's not writing, she's reading. She enjoys the fictional, fun ghosts and loves to incorporate them in her middle grade stories. She resides in Utah and enjoys drives through the gorgeous mountains. One day, she may take up skiing, but until then, she thinks that travel in a four wheel vehicles will do just fine. A transplant from the middle west, she will always be a Ozarks girl. Doree is happily married(35 yrs), she has a married daughter who has given her four grandchildren to spoil and consult with on middle age conversations and high-jinxs. Doree is the 2011Utah chapter of the RWA President and a member of several writing groups.
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