by Adele Griffin and Lisa Brown
Genre: Ghosts, YA
Hardback: 272 pages
Description from the amazon:
A ghost will find his way home.
Jennie Lovell's life is the very picture of love and loss. First she is orphaned and forced to live at the mercy of her stingy, indifferent relatives. Then her fiancé falls on the battlefield, leaving her heartbroken and alone. Jennie struggles to pick up the pieces of her shattered life, but is haunted by a mysterious figure that refuses to let her bury the past.
When Jennie forms an unlikely alliance with a spirit photographer, she begins to uncover secrets about the man she thought she loved. With her sanity on edge and her life in the balance, can Jennie expose the chilling truth before someone-or something-stops her?
Against the brutal, vivid backdrop of the American Civil War, Adele Griffin and Lisa Brown have created a spellbinding mystery where the living cannot always be trusted and death is not always the end.
I really liked this ghost story. But then again, it had me with its illustrations.
The historical nature, culture of the times and engaging mystery are appealing. The added images with scrapbook feel to it ties in really well.
If you visit the Picture the Dead website you get even more delightful tidbits of spirits, social history, old photos and illustrations of the time period.
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