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Murder at the Old Willow Boarding School

Murder at the Old Willow Boarding School

By Jessika Fleck, Illustrated by Gabhor Utomo, and Cover Design/Artwork by Brian Anderson

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4th Bestselling Children's Book Series of all Time --The New Yorker

In Murder at the Old Willow Boarding School, YOU need to solve a murder… your own!

You go to breakfast with your friends and feel strangely alone. No one looks at you and no one is answering your questions. It's not until you hear a scream and rush to the library to find the sight of your lifeless body that you realize YOU ARE DEAD. Thus begins Murder at the Old Willow Boarding School where you must figure out which of your classmates can and can't be trusted and who among the students at this academy for gifted children is behind such an awful crime. Now, as you investigate, you begin to suspect the killer plans to strike again. The search for your murderer turns into a quest to prevent another killing.

Murder at the Old Willow Boarding School is written by noted middle grade author Jessika Fleck and takes the reader on an adventure through the haunted halls of Old Willow. You need to discover how to communicate with your fellow classmates as a ghost--but who can you trust?

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About the contributor(s)

Jessika Fleck is a writer, unapologetic coffee drinker, and knitter who sincerely hopes to one day discover a way to do all three at once. Until then, she continues collecting vintage typewriters, dreaming of an Icelandic getaway, and working as an archivist at an old, probably haunted, research building. She has lived all over the U.S. from Hawaii to Vermont, but currently lives in Illinois, where she's learning to appreciate the beauty in cornfields and terrifyingly large cicadas. She resides there with her sociology professor husband, two very cool teenage kids, and a mini menagerie of pets. She is the author of Beware the NightDefy the SunThe Castaways, and Molly and the Twin Towers: a 9/11 Survival Story.

Book details

ISBN: 9781954232167
Publisher: Chooseco
Date published:
Page count: 200
Categories: Juvenile Fiction / Interactive Adventures, Juvenile Fiction / Ghost Stories, and Juvenile Fiction / Law & Crime
Ages: 9 to 12

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