Ghost Kids Trilogy [NOOK Book]

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The Basement
“Christy, who are you talking to?” asked her mom. Diane stood at the top of the stairs, calling down to her daughter, who was in the basement. “Your voice is very loud. It carries upstairs.”
“I’m not talking to anyone, Mom. Brad is at his friend Ethan’s house, and I was just hanging out in the basement.”
Twelve-year-old Christy, her sixteen-year-old brother, ...
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Ghost Kids Trilogy

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Overview

The Basement
“Christy, who are you talking to?” asked her mom. Diane stood at the top of the stairs, calling down to her daughter, who was in the basement. “Your voice is very loud. It carries upstairs.”
“I’m not talking to anyone, Mom. Brad is at his friend Ethan’s house, and I was just hanging out in the basement.”
Twelve-year-old Christy, her sixteen-year-old brother, Brad, and their mother, Diane Ramsey all had flaming red hair and big, blue, sparkling eyes.
Christy, Brad and Diane had just moved into a huge, house over 100 years old. The house sat on top of a mountain which sprawled downward to the Pacific Ocean.
The Ramsey’s had moved back from Pennsylvania to La Jolla, California to be closer to Diane’s parents: General Max Mumps, Commander of Fort Cheyenne, and his wife, Frieda.
Christy and Brad’s dad had died in a car crash when Christy was a baby. Brad, being the oldest, had always tried to be a protective big brother for Christy.
“I need you to get a screwdriver for me in the garage. The silverware drawer fell apart again. Your dog is barking and driving me crazy. Come and get her!” yelled Diane.
“Okay, Mom, I’ll be right up.”
“You were making a lot of noise downstairs,” commented Diane, when Christy handed her the screwdriver.
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Editorial Reviews

Nicky Vanvalkenburgh
Hi Linda, you don't know me but my name is Nicky and I'm a published author, just like yourself. I really like your style, great writing that captures my interest everytime. I have two boys (ages 9 and 12) and they like your "Ghost Kids" series. Anyway Linda hope we can be friends on facebook. all the best, Nicky.
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Meet the Author

Linda Meckler is the author of two published books. Fight Your Medical Insurance Nightmares!! Let me show you how. Cut the red tape and get your bills paid. Linda is also the author of 5 e books on this website. She is a public speaker and has been a member of toastmasters for years. She post articles on www.ezinearticles.com and www.authorsden.com her website is www.lindamecklerauthor.com
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 8, 2012

    Unsure

    Im twelve shouldni read this...?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2007

    Capture the Imagination of the Developing Reader Perfectly

    As soon as early readers pass beyond the emergent reader stage (i.e. the cat-bat-hat word families as well as a basic sight vocabulary), they grow eager to show off their literary skills by immersing themselves in 'chapter books'. Ghost Kids Trilogy fills the needs of the developing reader perfectly! With this creative trilogy of stories of mystery and suspense, Linda Meckler succeeds in the difficult task of capturing the reader's interest and imagination - ending each chapter with a new angle to thrust them forward. (From the Author of Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2005

    Adventure, Adventure, Intrigue

    This adventure story of a brother and sister working together to solve a mystery captures your imagination and emotions. Can't put the book down. It moves quickly from one event to the next with humor and excitment. Can't wait for the next Christy and Brad Adventure.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2005

    Adventure, Exciting

    Great book. I felt like I was right there with them throughout all the adventure going on from page to page. Keeps you turning the page. I especially liked the family love and respect all the characters had for each othher. Read this book!

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