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Blackthorn Winter

by Kathryn Reiss

With her parents on a trial separation, the last thing fifteen-year-old Juliana wants is to be dragged by her mother to an artists' colony in England. Halfway across the world, Juliana misses her father terribly. But soon she has bigger worries when the sleepy town of Blackthorn is set on its heels by the murder of one of its own. Juliana feels compelled to solve the crime, but she is shocked and frightened when she uncovers clues that have chilling parallels to her own mysterious past. Can she figure out who the murderer is before anyone else--herself included--gets hurt?

Dollhouse of the Dead (The Ghost in the Dollhouse #1)

by Kathryn Reiss

After buying an old dollhouse, Zibby discovers that it seems to have a life of its own and the dolls seem to move by themselves.

Dreadful Sorry: A Time Travel Mystery

by Kathryn Reiss

Seventeen-year-old Molly's recurrent nightmares become waking visions after she nearly drowns at a party. Soon she's witnessing events through the eyes of a girl who lived in her father's house nearly a century before.

The Glass House People

by Kathryn Reiss

Beth's mother, Hanny Lynn, hasn't spoken to her parents or her sister, Iris, in twenty years. But she decides it's time to set aside old grievances, so sixteen-year-old Beth and her brother, Tom, find themselves spending a sweltering summer with their mother and her family in a sleepy Pennsylvania town. More than just homesick, Beth is troubled by deep family tensions and Aunt Iris's sudden drunken outbursts. As Beth begins to delve into family history, she discovers a chilling and inexplicable tragedy.

Paint by Magic: A Time Travel Mystery

by Kathryn Reiss

Something is terribly wrong with Connor's mom--she keeps slipping into bizarre trances. Connor suspects that the key to his mom's strange behavior is an old art book filled with paintings of a woman who looks exactly like her. But the artist who created those paintings died before his mom was even born. Connor gets his chance to break the evil link between the past and the present when he is mysteriously whisked back in time to the 1920s. But can he save his mom--and himself--before it's too late?

Pale Phoenix

by Kathryn Reiss

Miranda isn't happy when sullen orphan Abby Chandler comes to live with her family. But Miranda's anger turns to shock when she learns the girl's horrible secret: Abby's parents and sisters were killed in a house fire in this very town--more than three hundred years ago. Somehow Abby survived the fire and has been living in a virtual limbo ever since. Fifteen-year-old Miranda Browne, the extraordinary protagonist from Kathryn Reiss's first novel, Time Windows, returns for a new time-travel adventure.

Pale Phoenix

by Kathryn Reiss

Miranda isn't happy when sullen orphan Abby Chandler comes to live with her family. But Miranda's anger turns to shock when she learns the girl's horrible secret: Abby's parents and sisters were killed in a house fire in this very town--more than three hundred years ago. Somehow Abby survived the fire and has been living in a virtual limbo ever since. Fifteen-year-old Miranda Browne, the extraordinary protagonist from Kathryn Reiss's first novel, Time Windows, returns for a new time-travel adventure.

Paperquake

by Kathryn Reiss

Violet's paralyzing fear of the San Francisco earthquakes changes when her family renovates an old building. An aftershock dislodges a letter addressed in 1906 to Baby V--and Violet is certain the disturbing letter is intended for her.

Rest in Peace (The Ghost in the Dollhouse #3)

by Kathryn Reiss

Some of the kids at Zibby's school have been having strange dreams. Nightmares about fire. And a ghostly hand that reaches out from the flames. Even though Zibby has learned to believe in ghosts, she doesn't believe that so many kids could be dreaming the same thing.

Riddle of the Prairie Bride

by Kathryn Reiss

The Kansas prairie in 1878 is the setting for this mystery about a girl who gets a new stepmother--a woman who may not be what she appearsIda Kate Deming lives on the Kansas prairie with her father. Once a lonely outpost, Hays City is now a bustling town where the twelve-year-old impatiently awaits the arrival of papa's mail-order bride. Ida Kate lost her beloved mother when she was ten. Now someone new will share their lives, along with the seemingly endless chores. And the best part is, Ida Kate will have a new mother and a new little brother, as well. But when Caroline Fairchild steps off the train, she doesn't look at all the way she described herself in her letters. Instead of being tall and thin, she's short. And her hair is the wrong color. And she definitely isn't allergic to cats. As Ida Kate races to uncover the truth before her father marries Caroline, a blizzard endangers her new family, and Ida Kate has to figure out where her true loyalties lie. This ebook includes a historical afterword.

Riddle of the Prairie Bride (American Girl History Mysteries #12)

by Kathryn Reiss

In 1878, twelve-year-old Ida Kate Deming and her widowed father welcome a mail-order bride to their Kansas homestead -- but Ida Kate soon suspects that the bride is not the woman that Papa had been corresponding with!

The Strange Case of Baby H

by Kathryn Reiss

A twelve-year-old girl searches for answers when she finds an abandoned baby in the aftermath of the San Francisco earthquake of 1906Clara Curfman is awakened from a recurring swimming dream by her big, furry sheepdog, Humphrey. Suddenly, her bed is moving and the room is shaking from side to side and up and down. The floor starts pitching like a giant ocean wave, and her books dance right off the shelves. As her parents and their neighbors cope with the earthquake's devastating aftereffects, Clara makes a stunning discovery: A baby has been left on the doorstep of her family's boarding house. Is the abandoned infant a victim of the earthquake--or something more sinister? The only clue to her identity is a silver rattle engraved with the letter H. On a quest to find Baby H's parents, Clara meets a boy named Edgar who has been orphaned by the earthquake. Their search takes them on a winding trail of danger that will test the true limits of Clara's courage. This ebook includes a historical afterword.

The Strange Case of Baby H (American Girl History Mysteries #18)

by Kathryn Reiss

In the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, twelve-year-old Clara finds a baby left on the doorstep of her family's boarding house, and sets out to unravel the surrounding mysteries.

Sweet Miss Honeywell's Revenge: A Ghost Story

by Kathryn Reiss

Zibby Thorne knows there's something wrong with the shabby dollhouse she bought for her twelfth birthday. She hears strange rustling and ringing noises when there's no one else in the room, and one of the dolls never seems to be in the same place she left it. Most frightening of all, whatever make-believe Zibby plays with the dolls comes true--but in a warped, twisted kind of way. So when her family and friends start having bizarre accidents, Zibby is certain the dollhouse is somehow responsible. Terrified, she tracks down the original owner, and she learns something even more shocking: The dollhouse is haunted--and one of the ghosts who lives in it is a cruel former governess named Miss Honeywell who died eighty years ago. But why is Miss Honeywell still so bent on revenge?

The Tangled Web: A Julie Mystery (American Girl)

by Kathryn Reiss

Julie really likes the new girl in her class. Still, there's something odd about Carla Warner. The things Carla says don't quite add up, and she seems to avoid answering certain questions. As Carla's stories become more outlandish, Julie can't escape a disturbing fact: either her new friend is lying -- or she's in real danger!

Time Windows

by Kathryn Reiss

When Miranda moves with her family to a new house in a small Massachusetts town, she discovers a mysterious antique--a dollhouse. Through the windows, she is shocked to find what seem to be living people in the tiny rooms, and gradually she realizes that scenes from the lives of the big house's past inhabitants are being replayed there. "With numerous deftly sketched characters, including a sympathetic boy next door, an intriguing plot, and such dividends as a secret room used to hide escaping slaves, this should keep readers interested. Well wrought and entertaining."--Kirkus Reviews

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