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Who Framed Alice Prophet? (Eerie, Indiana,…

Who Framed Alice Prophet? (Eerie, Indiana, No. 8)

by Michael Thomas Ford

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0380797844, Paperback)

In the Eerie Museum, Marshall and Simon admire a beautiful painting of a girl named Alice Prophet standing in a flower garden. But when they come back to look at it the next day, the garden is now threatened by storm clouds, and Alice seems to be scared of a sinister shadow to one side. Nobody seems to notice the boys! They find out that the real Alice Prophet learned how to put things from the real world into her paintings--for good. The boys suspect that may have included Alice herself, now trapped inside her own painting. Online promo. (Digest) .

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