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Ghosts of Government House

Ghosts of Government House, by Judith Silverthorne

Ghosts of Government House, by Judith Silverthorne

Author: Judith Silverthorne

Publisher: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing

Are there really ghosts at Government House? Sam and J.J. have heard about the legendary ghost ‘Howie,’ but who is he really? And is he responsible for all the mysterious things that happen there?

The two girls, along with Grandma Louise, find out more than they’d bargained for when they set out on their ghost detecting adventures in the historic mansion. Howie is the least of their worries — and so is proving to Sam’s older brother Gabe that ghosts actually exist. What none of them had anticipated is their encounters with so many unexpected apparitions. Who are those ghosts, and why are they there?

Nominated for the 2013 Diamond Willow award.

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The audio book is available at iTunes.

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This entry was posted on May 7, 2012 by in Audio Books, Ghosts of Government House, Judith Silverthorne, Middle Years.

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