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The Liberation of Crystal Hill by Kevin…

The Liberation of Crystal Hill

by Kevin Gibson

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Most of the townspeople feel that the ghost of Mayor Crystal, for whom Crystal Hill is named, is punishing them for wrongdoings. He had been a straight-laced, hard man in life and the citizens were sure he was watching and judging them. Adam, an eleven-year-old boy, takes it upon himself to discover why Mayor Crystal is punishing them and set it all right. However, things don't go exactly according to plan.

Being from Indiana, there were quite a few things I could relate to in the story. I found it to be very interesting and a fantastic read! I just had to know what was going to happen next. ( )
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When a small town's future is put in peril by the ghosts of its past, one young man takes it upon himself to uncover the mystery behind a series of strange occurrences. Is the ghost of the town's Civil War-hero founder out for revenge? Or are the townspeople culpable in their own demise? More importantly, will the young protagonist be able to stem the tide of mysterious death and corruption, and save his family in the process?

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