Sixteen-year-old Molly Greyson is a California girl. At least she was, until her father got a job in Indiana. Forced to say goodbye to her friends and a life she loves, Molly moves to the Midwest with her parents. During the cross-country trip, she encounters a carnival Gypsy fortune teller machine that issues mysterious warnings aimed directly at her. When the family arrives at the historical Kotter Estate, Molly chooses a peculiar round room as her bedroom. Soon strange things begin to happen. What or who keeps appearing in her bedroom mirror? Are there clues to be found in the musty basement? Will her new boyfriend help her solve the mystery? Can Molly Greyson learn to believe in ghosts?
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“What a great paranormal mystery! This story is about a young woman name Molly who is the perfect example of an independent and smart woman. She has a new home, an old mansion. This mansion is full of mystery and action. This was a great, fun, action packed, fast paced story. It even had me looking over my shoulder a few times as I read it at night. I enjoyed every minute of it. I highly suggest this to mystery lovers, especially paranormal mystery lovers. There are surprises around every corner in this book. I totally want to check out more mysteries from this author. She has made a fan out of me. Five out of five stars!” ~ reviewed by Mary Kazen for Rabid Readers Book Blog [FIVE STARS]
“When Molly’s family moves from sunny California to rural Indiana, she finds herself living in an old house with creaks and groans and so much more. With the help of a gorgeous local boy, she struggles to adjust to small town life while trying to figure out the mystery of the Kotter House. This is well-written and fast-paced story will have you turning the pages rapidly to see what’s coming next. If you didn’t believe in ghosts before, you will after reading MOLLY GREYSON’S GHOST!” ~ reviewed by Amber Sparks for Roserock Reviews [FIVE STARS]
ROBERTA HOFFER is a retired preschool teacher from a small town in Indiana. She married her high school sweetheart. Together they have two children and have one grandson. Roberta loves animals and is an advocate for animal rights. When not writing, Roberta enjoys boating, camping, walking, snow activities, and anything that involves her family being together. Awards include the 2014 Purple Dragonfly Book Awards 1st Place for Best Chapter Book for The Ghost of Stonebridge Lane, and the 2015 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards Silver Award for Best Chapter Book Series for The Stonebridge Ghost Tales. Children’s picture book publications include Minnie to the Rescue and Nakita’s Big Question. The Stonebridge Ghost Tales juvenile fantasy series includes The Ghost of Stonebridge Lane (Book I), The Ghost of the Frozen North (Book II), and The Ghosts of Stony Manor (Book III). Young Adult publications include The Cubicle Detective and Molly Greyson’s Ghost.