Christina's Ghost

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Scholastic, 1987 - Detective and mystery stories - 105 pages
56 Reviews
Christina has to spend the summer with her stodgy uncle in his ancient house. On her first day there, a small ghostly boy appears and wants her help. Then she finds out that long ago several murders took place in the house.

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User Review  - Wendi - Goodreads

I read Christina's ghost nearly 30 years ago. I was 7 years old and found the book utterly terrifying but incredibly compelling. I had to repeatedly stop reading because I was terrified...but would ... Read full review

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User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

This was a fun re-read. I was in elementary school the first time I read this book, and it is the reason I love reading ghost stories as an adult. It was a fun trip down memory lane. It is just as spooky as I remember it!!! Read full review

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Contents

Tears Wont Help
3
The Strange House in the Woods
12
The Ghost Boy
17
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Betty Ren Wright was born in Wakefield, Michigan on June 15, 1927. She graduated from Downer University and was the chief editor for Western Publishing for over 30 years. During her lifetime, she wrote numerous children's books including A Ghost in the Family, A Ghost in the House, The Ghost of Mercy Manor, Too Many Secrets, A Ghost Comes Calling, The Dollhouse Murders, The Secret Window, and Getting Rid of Marjorie. She also wrote thirty-five picture books. Her short stories appeared in Redbook, Ladies' Home Journal, Young Miss, and numerous other magazines. She died on December 31, 2013 at the age of 86.

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