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In Sleepy Hollow, teen detective Nick investigates the death of a woman killed in a werewolf attack. There is no such creature, is there?

Selah Award Finalist for Middle Grade Fiction.

Last summer, Nick Caden became an internet celebrity for almost a whole day when he discovered Billy the Kid's killer in Deadwood, an Old West ghost town. (Not the real Billy the Kid - he's been dead for years.) When the owner of the Cool Ghoul Gazette learned of Nick's super sleuthing skills, he hired Nick to investigate the death of a vampire in Transylvania, North Carolina. (Not a real vampire - there is no such thing, right?)

Then on Halloween night, a zombie snatched Nick's sister. To find the body-snatcher, Nick faced the difficult task of sorting fact from fiction about the "walking dead".

Now Nick is just another 15-year-old trying to settle into his family's new life in Savannah, Georgia. Except when his mom's childhood friend Isabel Canon writes to the family saying there is a werewolf running loose in Sleepy Hollow, Nick boards a train headed for New York to help solve a murder mystery.

As often happens when Nick begins to examine the clues, things start to go wrong as soon as he arrives. Mrs. Canon, a rich widower, lives in a castle (possibly haunted) and has a daughter Nick's age who wants to help Nick solve the werewolf murders. Nick and Millie (an only child), along with her uncle (who lives in an Amish buggy), concoct a plan to capture the werewolf (not a real werewolf - there are no such things, right?).

Along they way Nick is confronted by a group of amateur detectives and learns the ways of the Wendigo from a Native Indian. But as the last full moon of the month rises over Sleepy Hollow, Nick learns some monsters are real. And the worst kind of monster is the one you never see coming.

©2019 Eddie Jones (P)2020 Eddie Jones

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Great little book

Lots of fun. Perfect narration. Nice throughline between the books! Narrator really keyed in to character. Great for kids and families!