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The Deep End Gang

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Twelve-year-old Martin Jessup, teller of tall tales and other untruths, cannot understand his sister's objections to the family's move from Winnipeg to small-town Ontario. With Dad in the military, moving is a fact of life. Settling into his new home, Martin is intrigued by a deserted house across the street and by an unfriendly neighbour, who seems to be waiting for somet...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Napolean and Co (first published 2003)
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Vaguely remember reading this years ago, it's good for the targeted age group, everyone else may not find it as entertaining, but I could be terribly wrong. Remember meeting the author as well ages ago, she seemed like she was a nice person...god what a vague and childish description.
Kids on summer vacation solve a mystery about a spooky house across the street. - Canadian
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