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Rise of the Benedicts (The Ghost Story Trilogy Book 3)

by Tabitha Freeman

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THE FINAL FIGHT BEGINS"My breath was finally steady again, and though it was the chilliest of nights in Scotland, I was incredibly warm. My ballet slippers were soaked through from the sea water and had little hope of drying in the wet sand, yet they miraculously still held up. I gazed out at the lighthouse, as its beacon of light made its slow rotation in the dark sky. What beautiful magic this was to serve as a beam of hope to some...and as an imminent warning to others."… (more)
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THE FINAL FIGHT BEGINS"My breath was finally steady again, and though it was the chilliest of nights in Scotland, I was incredibly warm. My ballet slippers were soaked through from the sea water and had little hope of drying in the wet sand, yet they miraculously still held up. I gazed out at the lighthouse, as its beacon of light made its slow rotation in the dark sky. What beautiful magic this was to serve as a beam of hope to some...and as an imminent warning to others."

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