Past Midnight

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Harlequin, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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Let me set the record straight. My name is Charlotte Silver and I'm not one of those paranormal-obsessed freaks you see on TV…no, those would be my parents, who have their own ghost-hunting reality show. And while I'm usually roped into the behind-the-scenes work, it turns out that I haven't gone unnoticed. Something happened on my parents' research trip in Charleston—and now I'm being stalked by some truly frightening other beings. Trying to fit into a new school and keeping my parents' creepy occupation a secret from my friends—and potential boyfriends—is hard enough without having angry spirits whispering in my ear. All I ever wanted was to be normal, but with ghosts of my past and present colliding, now I just want to make it out of high school alive….

 

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Contents

Title Page
5
Acknowledgments
6
Dedication Page
7
Chapter One
9
Chapter Two
20
Chapter Three
29
Chapter Four
44
Chapter Five
52
Chapter Twelve
121
Chapter Thirteen
129
Chapter Fourteen
138
Chapter Fifteen
147
Chapter Sixteen
157
Chapter Seventeen
166
Chapter Eighteen
174
Chapter Nineteen
182

Chapter Six
64
Chapter Seven
74
Chapter Eight
83
Chapter Nine
92
Chapter Ten
104
Chapter Eleven
114
Chapter Twenty
193
Chapter TwentyOne
200
Chapter TwentyTwo
208
Copyright Page
217
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Mara Purnhagen cannot live without a tall caramel latte, her iPod or a stack of books on her nightstand. She has lived in Aurora, Illinois; Kalamazoo, Michigan; Dayton, Ohio, and Duncan, South Carolina. She currently lives outside Cleveland, Ohio, with her family, two cats and a well-meaning ghost who likes to open the kitchen windows.

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