Ghost at the Window by Margaret McAllister
(Peter's Neighborhood Series)

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When Ewan Dart moves to Scotland, he discovers that his new house has a freaky habit of flickering in and out of different centuries. Alone in his bedroom one night, Ewan encounters the ghost of Elspeth, a girl who died in 1937 just as the house shifted in time. Desperately afraid of something she's certain is lurking in the locked closet, Elspeth pleads for Ewan's help. In this spooky and satisfying ghost story, Ewan must solve the mystery of Elspeth's entrapment and overcome his own fears to help her escape.

 

About Margaret McAllister

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Margaret McAllister, RN, MHN, BA, (UQ) M Ed (ACU), Ed D (QUT) is Associate Professor of Nursing, University of the Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore, Australia. A Fellow of the Australian College of Mental Health Nursing, Dr. McAllister is active in this organization, as well as in Suicide Prevention and the Royal College of Nursing, both in Australia. She is widely published in nursing internationally and has authored 16 papers for major peer-reviewed journals, including Journal of Clinical Nursing and Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
 
Published October 31, 2000 by Oxford University Press. 96 pages
Genres: Travel, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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