Life didn't start to get complicated for Peter Crombie until he died. After a freak accident involving a golf-ball and Peter's face, it should have all been over, but Death hadn't counted on Peter's father being a Mad-Professor. Now there's a bloodthirsty Countess on the loose, and Peter's only help is a vampire-ghost and a capuchin monkey. If only Peter could stop going 'Oooaaarrgghhh!' long enough to save the day. Being dead is less boring than expected.
A Spillworthy is an idea so good, it has to be shared and ten-year-old Ulysses Finch doesn't let being homeless get in his way. He scrawls his best thoughts on pizza boxes, releases them into the wild, and relishes every response. After moving to Idaho, Ulysses finds Gem Rost's journal and dives into reading it. She must be a kindred spirit! Or is she?
"Don't Miss This Treasure"
Sunnyville Residential Home, the final resting place of Sunnyville's geriatric population. Where mint bonbons and Fixodent abound, and where Maisie Bruce's semi-antique grandmother yearns for more visitors - just one would be nice. Then, when life couldn't possibly become any more tedious, they wheel him in. A strange and crinkly old man named Drake, a man professing to be a famous count from Transylvania. But vampires aren't real, are they?