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The Ghosts of Laurelford" takes place in the Laurel Mountains in western Pennsylvania in 1919. The main character, fifteen-year-old Lacey Gillespie, is visiting Laurelford, The Taymeyer mansion with her grandfather. Lacey is not happy to be at Laurelford. She is deeply involved in woman's suffrage work at home in Pittsburgh, and wants to continue this work which she sees a ...more
Paperback, 134 pages
Published November 16th 2012 by Sunbury Press, Inc. (first published November 14th 2012)
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Margaret Meacham is the award-winning author of fourteen novels for children and young adults, and a mystery novel set on the Chesapeake Bay. Her books include Oyster Moon which has recently been optioned for film by Green Films LLC, Secret of Heron Creek, Quiet! You’re Invisible, A Mid-Semester Night’s Dream, and A Fairy’s Guide to Understanding Humans. Her books are sold internationally, and two ...more