Ghosts in the Gallery

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 136 pages
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Something dark is happening at Graymark

When eleven-year-old orphan Jenny arrives from China at her grandfather's mysterious Graymark House, no one recognizes her. So, in a moment of bleak despair, she agrees to serve as a scullery maid. Why hasn't her grandfather told anyone about her? Didn't her letter of introduction ever arrive? Why does everyone treat her so cruelly? Will Jenny's fate ever change?

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GHOSTS IN THE GALLERY

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Ghosts are the least of Jenny's problems. Newly orphaned, she has traveled from China to the East Coast of the US to live with a grandfather she has never met. Instead of a warm welcome and a life of ... Read full review

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Jennj i
6
a Bangerous Mistake
12
Cruel Cruel
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Barbara Brooks Wallace has written Victorian mysteries that include a parlor, a tavern, a castle, a scullery, and a gallery. But she claims never to have lived in a tavern or a castle, or owned a house with a parlor, a scullery, or a gallery. So far she has not lived in a tenement, either. She simply dwells in a nice little house in Alexandria, Virginia, with her very nice husband; affectionate Burmese cat, Cleo; and turtle, Peter. Her son, Jimmy, daughter-in-law, Christina, and Victoria and Elizabeth, their two daughters, live nearby.

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