The Secret Keepers by Paul Yee

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Set in San Francisco's Chinatown before and after 1906, this novel portrays a young Jackson Leong coping with the ghost of his brother who died in the earthquake, as well as the mysterious ghost of a young woman. Jackson must find out the reasons why the ghosts are haunting the world of the living. If he fails, his family will face disgrace and ruin.

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Paul Yee was born in Saskatchewan, but grew up in Vancouver's Chinatown. He now lives inToronto.
Published March 1, 2012 by Tradewind Books. 133 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Jackson's investigation is prefaced by his experiences during the quake and punctuated with incidents of bullying and classroom taunting, a brief stint working in an opium parlor and collusion with an older cousin scheming to steal money and run away rather than be sent to China.

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