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The Ghost of Crutchfield Hall by Mary Downing Hahn
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Florence lost the only family she's known when she was five and has been living in an orphanage for the past seven years until she gets sent for by her great-uncle to live in Crutchfield Hall. Florence is excited and apprehensive, since she's never heard of (let alone met) any of these sudden relatives. When she gets there she's shunned by her great-aunt who wishes she were someone else and curious about her invalid cousin. Before long, Florence realizes that they're not alone in the house - her cousin, Sophia, is haunting them all. Sophia wants nothing less than a new chance at life and she thinks that Florence will help her get it.

I've been reading Mary Downing Hahn's books since I was about 7 and I've loved every one of them! This is no exception - Crutchfield Hall is creepy and Sophia is quite the psychopath. You don't even have to leave your chair to explore a haunted house and feel the ghostly fingers trailing down your back...
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