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Charlie by Sarah Parry


by Sarah Parry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 149604441X, Paperback)

Boys are boys no matter how dead or alive they are. Spending a long hot, blistering summer away from her boyfriend in the fading splendour of Weldrake Manor, Dora Greenwood finds herself the victim of unwanted attentions from another boy - one who died nearly a century ago. Charlie Kendrick has been alone for a long time. He hasn't kissed a girl in decades and being a ghost doesn't stop him from setting his sights on Dora. Dora's only way out is to solve a mystery surrounding Charlie's death and the disappearance of a priceless necklace, which will then send him to the Light. A thrilling tale full of suspense and romance guaranteed to stay with the reader long after the final page has been read.

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