Wednesday, October 31, 2018

A Ghost Story for a Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween!
I have a great novel for middle-grade readers. 
It includes GHOST stories. They certainly fit in with the Halloween spirit today.

Tales of the Lost Schooner by Sandy Carlson

Back of the Book: 
Historical fiction ghost stories set in the mid- 1800’s
The schooner’s captain pulled 12-year-old Honor Sullivan apart from the other orphans. Captain Klaus claimed he needed a strong lad like Honor for a sister he didn’t even have. But Honor has a sister – two of them. The last he’d seen of their fuzzy red heads was the end of September 1854, as they headed down the ship’s plank for the Orphan Train, going off to be placed out with a new family.
Tricked by the captain, and sailing around Michigan’s Mitten, Honor learns the ropes and duties of a sailor. He passes the time aboard down in the dark hold, listening to Old Salty’s tales of shipwrecks and ghosts. The stories won’t distract him for long, though. As soon as he can, Honor plans to abandon ship and go in search of his sisters.

You can find reviews and downloads at the links below:

LOST SCHOONER Print version:

LOST SCHOONER Kindle version: 

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