The Case of the Crying Signpost is exciting, instructive, and enjoyable—great for young mystery, history, and ghost-story fans.
Ghosts of Autumn, by Amy Gorder, is a fun and edifying ghost story—readers in the Sacramento area will find it especially compelling.
The Ghostly Adventures of Jamie C. O’Hare: The Church Tower is a good old-fashioned ghost story in the best tradition of old-fashioned ghost stories.
The Ghost of Midnight Lake is one of those stories that just cannot be put down until finished; the story is exciting, with twists and turns in every chapter.
J.T. Michaels discusses Jimmy Chartron and the Lost Keystone, his first book in an epic fantasy series of an ancient war.
Join us on this virtual book tour for J.T. Michaels’ Jimmy Chartron and the Lost Keystone, an exciting and original read!
Combining the best of fantasy, adventure, ghost stories, murder mysteries, and the coming-of-age novel, Jimmy Chartron and the Lost Keystone has everything.
The Ghost Pet Circle is on a mission, and it’s solving missing pet mysteries of the neighborhood. Will they find Sparky in time before the bullies stop them?
Told in alternating scenes of reality and dream-like flashbacks led by ghost-hosts, A Million Junes, by Emily Henry, grips you from the first chapter.
Bone Jack by Sara Crowe is not only a wonderful ghost story, but also an insightful portrayal of how folklore and superstition can trouble the human soul.