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1621357724
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Mad Maggie Dupree

Mad Maggie Dupree

by David J. Gibbs

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Overview

When her dad’s new job forces her family to live on the Stillwater Psychiatric Hospital grounds, twelve year old Mad Maggie Dupree resents everything about it. Between two brothers terrorizing the kids living on grounds and an annoying nerd, named Jackson, wanting to be her friend, she knows it’ll be the worst summer of her life. But, when Maggie stumbles upon a secret, courtesy of the old suitcases left by discharged patients, things begin to get way more interesting. However, It’s not until her father goes missing during a terrifying storm, Maggie begins to realize she might be in over her head.

The first in his new series, award winning author David J. Gibbs creates an exciting tale set on the creepy grounds of the Stillwater Psychiatric Hospital.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781621357728
Publisher: Astraea Press
Publication date: 07/03/2018
Series: Mad Maggie Dupree , #1
Pages: 186
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Award winning author David J. Gibbs was born and raised in the greater Cincinnati area. The old-est of three, he protected his younger brother and sister from neighborhood bullies and the mon-sters under their beds. He always sought out the inexplicable and enjoyed roaming the darkness of campfire tales and monster stories.

An Eagle Scout, he has always enjoyed the outdoors, camping and hiking across the country. A gifted athlete, he particularly excelled at soccer and track and field. He has become a nationally certified soccer coach and continues to instill his love of the game through his coaching. He is an accomplished musician as well, playing Cincinnati area gigs regularly with his band Spare Change.

Never losing touch with the wonder, magic and terror of childhood, he continues to push the lim-its of imagination with the kind of stories he wanted to read as a kid.

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