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This is book number 3 in the Caden Chronicles series.
Who knows what horrors will be found when the tide recedes?
Last summer, Nick Caden became an Internet celebrity for almost a whole day when he discovered Billy the Kid's killer in the "living" ghost town of Deadwood. (Not the real Billy the Kid -- he's been dead for years.) When the owner of the Cool Ghoul Gazette learned of Nick's super sleuthing skills, he hired Nick to investigate the death of a vampire in Transylvania, North Carolina. (Not a real vampire -- there are no such things, right?)
Then months later, only hours before the start of Savannah's Halloween night Zombie Crawl, Nick' investigates the rumors that one of the "walking-dead" comes alive during the event -- only this time he brings along his sister. Moments before the pair is set to give up and leave the old fishing shack, a body floats up from the dark depths of the creek and snatches Wendy
No one believes Nick when he claims that the corpse of Heidi May Laveau pulled his sister away in a canoe -- even after Wendy proves impossible to find. But this body-snatcher has a message for Nick from "beyond the grave." Now he faces the difficult task of sorting fact from fiction as he seeks to discover the truth about the "walking dead."before his worst fears come true.
Written for the General Market (G): Contains no; sexual dialogue or situations, violence, or strong language. While this murder mystery series discusses things like ghosts, vampires, and zombies, it does so without showing blood and gore. May also contain some content of an inspirational/religious nature.
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Awards for the Monster Mysteries series
- Winner of the Selah award for tween / teen mysteries
- INSPY Award nominee
- Moonbeam Children's Book Award nominee
Praise for the Monster Mysteries series
"This series has the same longevity and wholesome quality as "The Hardy Boys" and "Nancy Drew" but the author writes for today's youth." Amazon review
"Great book for middle school. Teen boys and girls will enjoy it, too " Amazon review
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