Poughquag, NY (Vocus) July 2, 2010
For KC Watson, the oddest, most awful thing in the whole wide world had to be the first day of school. But the arrival of a mysterious new girl Penelope Dredalus, piques her interest. Determined to figure her out, KC begins trailing her and discovers a bigger mystery to unravel. Readers can follow the exciting events as they unfold in A Haunting at Richelieu High: A Penny Dreadful Investigation, a novel by Bob Berry.
KC could never resist a good mystery—and new student Penelope Dredalus was exactly just that. Quiet and very serious, she had a secretive air about her. Luckily she was in most of KC’s classes, which makes getting the dirt on her a whole lot easier. During lunch, KC and her friend Air observe Penelope while she is talking on a cell phone. Suddenly the phone explodes in a shower of sparks. A day after that incident, KC follows Penelope to the basement of north wing of the school where they experienced something more terrifying.
As KC begins to know more about Penelope and who she is, she realizes there is a bigger mystery at school that they need to solve. But can two teenagers stand a chance against a vengeful spirit? A Haunting at Richelieu High: A Penny Dreadful Investigation will keep readers engrossed from the very first page until the last. For more information on this thrilling book, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Bob Berry is an illustrator, and designer. For the last 15 years his main focus has been in the children’s market, illustrating books featuring Sesame Street characters, Dora the Explorer and Disney Princesses. A Haunting at Richelieu High: A Penny Dreadful Investigation is Bob’s first novel. He lives with his family and spunky schnauser in upstate New York. Go to http://www.bobberryillustration.com to see Bob’s artwork.
A Haunting at Richelieu High: A Penny Dreadful Investigation * by Bob Berry
A Penny Dreadful Investigation
Publication Date: June 29, 2010
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 105 pages; 978-1-4500-8262-4
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 105 pages; 978-1-4500-8263-1
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