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The first time 16-year-old Sarah walks into her new home, she is overwhelmed by a feeling of dread. Something terrible has happened here. When an icy presence whispers a desperate plea for help, Sarah investigates. Sarah first began sensing spirits after her near death experience. She had hoped to leave the hauntings behind and start over in this new town. But now she has learned that someone was murdered in this house, and the murderer went unpunished. Maybe her new friends can help her make sense of the disturbing visions and the relentless whispers that plague her.

As the phantom pleas become more frantic, so does Sarah - especially since she realizes that her own life depends on solving the murder of this insistent ghost.

Narrator Julie Dretzin does a remarkable job of plugging the listener into the horror of this story from an Edgar Award-winning author. Adrenaline levels rise as the story rushes inexorably to an ominous conclusion.

©1989 Joan Lowery Nixon (P)1999 Recorded Books

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Still A Good Book

Blast from my past. I read this book back in Junior High and it’s still as good as I remembered. The narrator was perfect and brought the story to life. Good Job!

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