Jace Burke can't remember anything about his life before his adoption at age nine. Now, at fifteen, while he and his sister attempt to discover who murdered their aunt, the missing years bleed into his mind. Like ghost ships returning to a foggy port, each memory carries terror, fear, and anguish. What he remembers he desperately wants to forget and what he can't remember he desperately needs to know. The chilling answers he seeks are in his late Aunt Betsy's haunted Mansion...if he can survive long enough to find them.
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It is about time someone wrote a YA that real kids can relate to! Jace’s situation can and does happen, so it is believable. Lewis’ way of handling the emotions and consequences in the story are EMPOWERING. Teens should be given credit for their knowledge and making the right decisions. Positive reinforcement and encouragement go a long way. I simply must read all of his works and buy them for the young people in my life. Highly recommended. — CJ Loiacono