Scarlett Dedd by Cathy Brett

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Meet Scarlett Dedd. Scarlett is absolutely mortified (in more ways than one) to discover that she's accidentally killed herself trying to get out a school trip. Even worse, she's taken her entire family with her! Left in limbo, bored to death and fearing her friendless state is terminal, an ominous idea pops into Scarlett's head. Can Scarlett really execute her grim plan? Or will it turn out to be a fatal and very messy mistake?

About Cathy Brett

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CATHY BRETT has been scribbling stuff for more than twenty years-as a fashion illustrator, as a jet-setting spotter of global trends and as a consultant to the behemoths of the British high street. She now lectures in design and unashamedly plunders her students' lives for sensational storylines and characters.
Published August 14, 2012 by Random House Childrens Books. 270 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Horror, Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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But when those friends are threatened by actual bad guys, Scarlett and her family help save the gang, and Scarlett finally works toward an accommodation with her new, dead status.

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Following a bad batch of mushroom risotto, gloomy teenager Scarlett Dedd ends up dead but not departed, a ghost who can still interact with the living.

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