Ghosts of Greenglass House (Paperback)

By Kate Milford

Clarion Books, 9781328594426, 480pp.

Publication Date: July 31, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (10/3/2017)

List Price: 7.99*
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Description

Welcome to the irresistible world of Greenglass House, where thirteen-year-old Milo is spending the winter holidays stuck in a house full of strange guests who are not what they seem. There are fresh clues to uncover as friends old and new join in his search for a mysterious map and a famous smuggler’s lost haul.
 
Sure to thrill both fans and newcomers, this smart, suspenseful tale offers ghosts, friendships, and a cast of unforgettable characters, all wrapped up in a cozy mystery.


About the Author

Kate Milford is the New York Times bestselling author of the Edgar Award-winning, National Book Award nominee Greenglass House, as well as Ghosts of Greenglass House, Bluecrowne, The Thief Knot, and many more. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York. www.greenglasshousebooks.com and www.katemilfordwritesbooks.com,
Twitter: @KateMilford



Praise For Ghosts of Greenglass House

★ "Milford's clever, complex plot is full of humor, tantalizing clues, and stories within the story . . . A brainy, satisfying assemblage of puzzles with an immensely likable protagonist." —Kirkus, starred review

"Milford artfully weaves a mystery that revolves around a large group of characters, new and old. Characters are quirky, scheming, funny, and not entirely what readers may expect. A solid middle grade book best for those who appreciate a good plot twist and a great story. A recommended purchase for most libraries, especially where there are fans of the first installment." –School Library Journal

"Working on many levels, Milford delivers a head-scratching mystery, an eerie ghost story, hints of romance, and tales within tales that explore the (fictional) history of Nagspeake . . . And when it all comes together at the satisfying climax, readers might go straight back to the beginning to read the book again." —Horn Book

"[Milford's] richly visual language brings scenes vividly to life, and while there’s certainly enchanting magic to be had, Milo’s talents don’t come from supernatural gifts but rather his own imagination and intelligence, which is an empowering change from classic fantasy narratives." —Booklist