Aug 23, 10
Read in August, 2010
This time, Johnny Dixon just happens to be at Boy Scout Camp when he might have stumbled across the answer to the mystery of a missing will. The usual creepy black magicky stuff goes on, some nifty puzzles and a little too lickety split sort of ending. One of the nicest parts of this book is how Johnny makes a new friend (Fergie) and how he experiences near-constant worry about his grandmother's illness and his father in the Korean War.
I wish this reissue hadn't replaced the Gorey cover with this, well, gory one. Still good creepy middle grades stuff.