The Mystery at Marlatt Manor (Book One) #2020

The Mystery at Marlatt Manor (Book One) Anne Loader McGee The Mystery at Marlatt Manor Book One When thirteen year old Mallory Gilmartin sees a light in the top window of the deserted mansion on Dark Hollow Hill she is convinced it is connected to a young girl who mysteriously disappeared from

  • Title: The Mystery at Marlatt Manor (Book One)
  • Author: Anne Loader McGee
  • ISBN: 2940012246127
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Mystery at Marlatt Manor (Book One) Anne Loader McGee When thirteen year old Mallory Gilmartin sees a light in the top window of the deserted mansion on Dark Hollow Hill, she is convinced it is connected to a young girl who mysteriously disappeared from there some fifty years earlier Plagued by sudden nightmares and a voice that calls to her for help, Mallory must uncover the truth behind why someone seems so desperate to buWhen thirteen year old Mallory Gilmartin sees a light in the top window of the deserted mansion on Dark Hollow Hill, she is convinced it is connected to a young girl who mysteriously disappeared from there some fifty years earlier Plagued by sudden nightmares and a voice that calls to her for help, Mallory must uncover the truth behind why someone seems so desperate to buy the worthless, old house In a race against time, she is soon caught up in a devious plot involving the Marlatt family and their strange past.
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    1. How would you react if you had evidence that a dead person was trying to tell you something Thirteen year old Mallory Gilmartin has had to move with her mom Lorna and older brother Ron from their home in Philadelphia, PA, to the small community of Cedar Creek, VA, after her father leaves the family and her mother finds a job there It is Lorna s old hometown, and Mallory likes being near her grandmother Aggie but misses all her old friends in Philadelphia The Gilmartins rent a cottage which is pa [...]

    2. Just awesomeLove stories like this Ghost stories are really great to read I record end this book to read so do so

    3. A Scary MysteryMallory Gilmartin, uprooted by divorce from her Philadelphia home, is transplanted to rural Virginia Cedar Creek is a complete bore and its middle school doesn t even have a girls baseball team Everything changes fast when a sports car forces the thirteen year old cyclist off the road and into a ditch as it speeds away from the spooky house on the hill Soon after, Mallory s mom tells her about Violet Marlatt, a missing teen who disappeared 50 years ago from that mansion during a p [...]

    4. Mallory Gilmartin did NOT want to move to Cedar Creek She had to because of her parents divorce She is now living in the Marlatt cottage and weird things are happening at the Marlatt Manor mansion Mallory starts having dreams about a girl, Violet, who disappeared at the Manor and other creepy and weird things start to happen Mallory, her grandmother who already lives in Cedar Creek and Mallory s new friend, Kyle try to figure out the mystery behind the strange things going on and the mystery beh [...]

    5. Read my full review bit T4whk5My opinion What a wonderful, clean read this was targeted toward late grade schoolers and middle school readers A reader called it a modern day Nancy Drew and I would agree Simply refreshing compared to the Werewolf love stories currently targeted towards this audience I loved that, although the book is creepy, it doesn t go overboard, especially with who this book is targeted towards To boot, the writing was excellent using simple enough words that a preteen wouldn [...]

    6. Great read A flashback to Nancy Drew Mallory is a spunky character you root for from beginning to end.

    7. Great adventureEven though this was a book for a young adult or teen it has a very good plot with characters that were full of spunk

    8. Loved the storyline and the characters, Mallory and grandmother, Aggie I am hoping the characters become developed with the next book in the series, which I intend to read.

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