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The Devil, the Banshee and Me

by L. M. Falcone

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Will Trenom and his parents live in a B&B across the road from a cemetery. In the cemetery is a house with a new tenant, a woman who live there alone. There is also a new guest in the B&B, a weird young man who says he's a magician, but secretly tells Will he's actually the Devil's nephew. That he's a trickster who can do amazing and scary things makes Will try to stay far from him until a wailing Banshee begins showing up every night outside the cemetery gates and Will discovers that the woman who lives inside isn't alone. ( )
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