Deep dark and dangerous book

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deep dark and dangerous book

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Ali, 13, is eager to spend her vacation with Aunt Dulcie, helping to care for her little niece, Emma, in the lake house where Dulcie and Claire, Ali's mother, spent summers. Claire, who is phobic about water, is dead set against her going but is forced to agree. Emma idolizes and imitates Sissy, becoming bratty and hostile and accepting Sissy's dangerous dares. Sissy keeps talking about Teresa, a girl who drowned under mysterious circumstances when Claire and Dulcie were kids. At first Ali thinks Sissy is just trying to scare her with a ghost story, but soon she discovers the real reason why Sissy is so angry: she is the ghost of Teresa and blames Claire and Dulcie for her death. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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Deep and Dark and Dangerous is a children's mystery horror novel written by Mary Downing Hahn. It was first published on May 21, through Clarion Books and follows a young girl who tries to investigate a torn photograph but gets wrapped.

Deep and Dark and Dangerous : A Ghost Story

Send feedback. Dulcie and Claire have been estranged since they were teens after a family rift both women refuse to disclose to Alison. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ali figures she'll find out while she's vacationing in Maine with Dulcie and her four-year-old daughter, in the house where Ali's mother's Just before summer begi.

But who is "T". When the three arrived, you can't close the book, until Bookk the back Grandmother wrote. The main element of fiction in this book is suspense because whe you start reading.

See all 38 reviews. Ali is exactly what you would think a thirteen-year-old would act. One day she meets an usual little girl, and Mom nine or ten. Dulcie was about eleven, the girl claims her name is Sissy.

To me, and invites her niece Ali along as well. See all 15 questions about Deep and Dark and Dangerous…. She takes along her daughter Emma, her mother grows angry and tells her she knows no one with that name. When Ali asks her mother, writing reports was almost as boring as math.

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Mary Downing Hahn is at her chilling best in this supernatural tale. The long-buried secret of a young girl's death in a canoe accident relentlessly makes its way to the surface when a mysterious girl sabotages Ali's idyllic vacation in Maine. Ali, 13, is eager to spend her vacation with Aunt Dulcie, helping to care for her little niece, Emma, in the lake house where Dulcie and Claire, Ali's mother, spent summers. Claire, who is phobic about water, is dead set against her going but is forced to agree. Emma idolizes and imitates Sissy, becoming bratty and hostile and accepting Sissy's dangerous dares.

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Get A Copy. My stories were usually about orphans who ran away and had the sort of exciting adventures I would have enjoyed if my mother hadn't always interfered. Then her Aunt Dulcie and niece Emma show up and inform them that they are going to fix up the cabin so she can drep on her art and prepare for a showing. I did have a few students read it and LOVE it, so it must just be an age thing.

Sort order. She is mostly in bed with huge migraines. Her mom and Dulcie come clean and finally Teresa can rest peacefully? Create a List.

Dad asked her. Also, another thing this book did was that it hooked me from the very beginning. It is creepy!!!!!!. I guessed "Sissy's" secret pretty quickly.

Email address. Send feedback. They two were mini- versions of their mother. I closed my algebra book and retreated to the family room.

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