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A New York Times Bestseller, A 1 LibraryReads Selection and People Pick of the Week. Summer, 1990. Fourteen-year-old Trevor Riddell gets his first glimpse of Riddell House, the legendary family mansion built with a timber fortune. Trevor?s bankrupt father has brought him here with a goal for Trevor and his sister to dispatch Grandpa Samuel to a nursing home, sell the property, divide the profits, and live happily ever after. But as Trevor explores the house, he discovers a lingering spirit whose agenda is at odds with that plan.,



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Garth Stein

Garth Stein is the author of four novels: the New York Times bestselling gothic/historical/coming-of-age/ghost story, "A Sudden Light;" the internationally bestselling "The Art of Racing in the Rain;" the PNBA Book Award winner, "How Evan Broke His Head and Other Secrets;" and the magically realistic "Raven Stole the Moon." He is also the author of the stage play, "Brother Jones." He has a dog, he's raced a few cars, climbed a bunch of really tall trees, made a few documentary films, and he lives in Seattle with his family. He's co-founder of Seattle7Writers.org, a non-profit collective of 74 Northwest authors working together to energize the reading and writing public.



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