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The Ghost Who Looked Like Me (Passages to…

The Ghost Who Looked Like Me (Passages to Suspense)

by Anne E. Schraff

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0756951437, Library Binding)

While looking through a 40-year old high school yearbook, Jaris finds a picture of a boy that looks just like him. The boy caused a deep dark secret in the town, a secret Jaris feels compelled to uncover.

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While looking through a 40-year-old high school yearbook, Jaris Hart finds a picture of a boy who looks just like him. He discovers that a deep dark secret surrounds the boy. will Jaris find out what really happened to the boy in the picture?

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