Book Two in the Garland House Trilogy
Preceded by Horse in the Mirror,
followed by Horse in the Diary
“Thrilling stories with plenty of horses plus a measure of mystery and suspense.”
Horse and Pony Magazine
When Ellie and Tara return to Garland House they find the Bartons embarking on a new project at their family estate. Jonah and Ricky’s parents are now offering working vacations to families, including courses on organic gardening for parents, and horseback riding lessons for the kids. Ellie and Tara think this sounds like fun to help out with until they meet the visitors! Not only is one visiting boy strangely obsessed with Ellie, making Jonah crazy, but one of the guests thinks there’s a ghost. But the old house may, indeed, be hauntedEllie has felt it, too. Is the reclusive previous owner, Silas, trying to drive the guests away from beyond the grave? Ellie and Jonah plan to find out, but their sleuthing isn’t popular among the paying guests. Meanwhile, Jonah has shown Ellie a strange old portrait they found in the housea portrait containing a horse that looks just like Aslan! Rumor has it that a valuable object is hidden in Garland House. It can’t possibly be this strange portrait. But when Ellie puts two and two together, she and Asland must once again brave great danger to solve the mystery.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
|Age Range:||9 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Jenny Hughes is a British writer living in Dorset. She has published sixteen horse novels for young adults, which have been published in eight countries. Jenny's books are based on her experience working at a farm, at a riding school, and with polo ponies; but most of all they spring from her deep love of horses and the joy of sharing her life with such amazing beings.