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Clarity by When you can see things others can't, where do you look for the truth?
This paranormal murder mystery will have teens reading on the edge of their seats.
Clarity "Clare" Fern sees things. Things no one else can see. Things like stolen kisses and long-buried secrets. All she has to do is touch a certain object, and the visions come to her. It's a gift.
Call Number: F HAR
Publication Date: 2011
The Whispering skull by In the six months since Anthony, Lucy, and George survived a night in the most haunted house in England, Lockwood & Co. hasn't made much progress. Quill Kipps and his team of Fittes agents keep swooping in on Lockwood's investigations. Finally, in a fit of anger, Anthony challenges his rival to a contest: the next time the two agencies compete on a job, the losing side will have to admit defeat in the Times newspaper. Things look up when a new client, Mr. Saunders, hires Lockwood & Co. to be present at the excavation of Edmund Bickerstaff, a Victorian doctor who reportedly tried to communicate with the dead. Saunders needs the coffin sealed with silver to prevent any supernatural trouble. All goes well-until George's curiosity attracts a horrible phantom. Back home at Portland Row, Lockwood accuses George of making too many careless mistakes. Lucy is distracted by urgent whispers coming from the skull in the ghost jar. Then the team is summoned to DEPRAC headquarters. Kipps is there too, much to Lockwood's annoyance. Bickerstaff's coffin was raided and a strange glass object buried with the corpse has vanished. Inspector Barnes believes the relic to be highly dangerous, and he wants it found.
Call Number: F STR
Publication Date: 2014
Knife by Once upon a time, a fairy is born. She lives in an old oak tree at the bottom of a garden with the rest of the fairy folk. Never has she known a time when life hasn’t been hard, with many dangers and much adversity. But when she becomes the Hunter of the group and learns to do battle in the outside world, her adventures really take off...
Don’t read this book if you’re expecting fairy dust – the last thing Knife is likely to wield is a magic wand...
Call Number: F AND
Publication Date: 2009
Valentine by A strange, black-as-midnight horse appears during a party. Frustratingly good-looking Finn throws a horseshoe at it, scaring it off before Marie can pat it and adding to the list of reasons why Pearl has hated Finn her whole life. That same night Marie goes missing and only select body parts are recovered. When the horse reappears in Pearl's yard and leaves her in a coma for three days, only to wake again at Finn's touch, Pearl starts to wonder if something supernatural is behind all these sinister happenings. She soon discovers that fairies known as the 'Seelie' and their wicked kin, the 'Unseelie', are hunting for a fairy changeling known as the 'Valentine'. While Pearl believes Finn is the real 'Valentine', the two supernatural forces suspect Pearl, so she maintains the façade while trying to work out how to stop the fairies before more people die.
Call Number: F MCA
Publication Date: 2017
Shamanka by What is magic? What is illusion? What is real? Step into the extraordinary world of Sam Khaan, who has just discovered a witch doctor's notebook in her attic. Convinced that it belongs to her long-lost father - the son of a witch doctor - she sets out on a journey to discover the answers to these questions. In her encounters with diviners and healers, conjurers and mystics, Sam learns the truth about magic the hard way. Here is your chance to take a far easier route.
Call Number: F WIL
Publication Date: 2007
Doll bones by Twelve-year-old Zach is too old to play with toys. Or at least, that's what his father thinks. But even though he stops hanging out with Poppy and Alice, stops playing with his action figures, it's no good. There's one toy that still wants to play with him. A doll that's made from the bones of a dead girl. The only way to end the game is to lay the doll to rest for ever. It's time for a journey to Spring Grove cemetery. It's time to grow up.
Call Number: F BLA
Publication Date: 2013