Eleanor, Alice, and the Roosevelt Ghosts (Digital Audiobook)
Publication Date: August 31, 2020
It’s 1898 in New York City, and ghosts live among humans. Though most are harmless, some are capable of murder. . . . After an unusual spirit takes up residence at the Roosevelt house, thirteen-year-old Eleanor and her cousin Alice grow suspicious. The girls don’t get along, but they know something is not right. This ghost is more than a pesky nuisance. It’s almost like he wants to scare the Roosevelts out of their home—and no one seems to care. Meanwhile, the girls discover a dangerous ghost in the house where Alice was born. Is someone else haunting the family? Introverted Eleanor and boisterous Alice develop an unlikely friendship as they explore their family’s dark, complicated history. It’s up to them to unearth buried secrets and destroy both ghosts. Told from dual perspectives, thrills and chills abound in Dianne K. Salerni’s imaginative novel that puts a supernatural spin on alternate history.