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And I knew it! She admitted to shooting her husband because, in her words, he was phoning that woman. But will the telephone bill prove his unfaithfulness or her error? When under his hypnotic spell, Linda told of a man with a knife stalking her, Hamlet the Great knew this was more than just a stage trick It was so Knowing everything A true crime story of train robbery Two golf caddies turned murderers, a pretty young girl and Lieutenant Jimmy Mersereau.
Mix them together, stir well and you have a bit of exciting action. Maxim Verdette had plotted his brother's murder in order to claim Justin's fortune, and he was willing to wait for the courts to declare Justin dead There wasn't any difficulty about finding the dope peddler. It was just a matter of applying a little pressure, a little murder, and she'd be happy again. The curse of the Monravian Sweepstakes Or will the true killer, and his true motive, be discovered first?
He was humiliated in front of his old gang, and booted out. But The Bantam Kid was back a year later for revenge Close search. Feb 08, Stuti Turmeric isn't your friend. It will fly your ship rated it did not like it Shelves: short-stories. Basically everything that I disliked about the first novel was more pronounced in this novella. The pattern of behaviors haven't really changed.
And the story seems to lose steam just when it need it the most. Still, I loved the atmosphere. Fun read! It just made me want to reread the series again to get those fun, crazy cases back in my life. Jan 16, Jocelyn rated it liked it Shelves: 3-stars , reads. Too short tho that I find it a bit uneventful but still a nice, quick read to make you want more from Lockwood and his friends.
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On to the next book then. Dec 27, Nighteye rated it it was amazing Shelves: anthologies-short-story-collections. Ok, single case in a former school, short. Jun 24, Majanka rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult , fantasy , ghosts , middle-grade , reviews-june After solving the puzzle of The Screaming Staircase, our three favorite ghost hunters, Lockwood, Lucy and George, get handed a particularly interesting but potentially deadly case by the headmaster of St.
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The only thing I can say is that it was too short, and that I want the third book soon. Like, now. Sep 30, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult-fantasy-entertaining , young-adult. Update: It's good to be able to read these all in a row, instead of a year apart as they get released. It's easier to remember minor characters who later become important to the plot.
A fun short story available for free on NOOK and the internet. I like these tales about 3 British kids working for a ghost busting agency in a dystopian England where ghouls and ghosties run amuck. Lots of fun and highly recommended. Sep 22, Valerie Best rated it did not like it. Uhhhhh, what? This supposedly takes place between books one and two, but, I honestly don't know where it actually comes from. It speaks to the reader as though information amply given in the first book is completely foreign. Even the opening chapters of the first book don't lay the groundwork as clumsily as this micro-story does.
I mean, I know I sound sulky about it--it was free and took about ten minutes to read--but, yeah, it was a bummer. Jun 17, Anna Kalashnikova rated it really liked it. I wonder if there are more novellas. Truly enjoyed this one specifically, exploring the haunted boys' academy and catching the "flying" daggers in the air. A great little short story, schools are really creepy in the dark The authors descriptions of the children's quirks really bring the characters to life.
Love this series. Jan 11, Anastasia rated it liked it. I do wish we got a bit more characters, though. Don't know how to explain. Like, more dynamics between them?
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But it's only a novella, so I'll let it pass. Glad I've read it. Sep 14, Megan rated it liked it Shelves: 3-star , books-i-own , ebook , let-me-join-your-gang , read-in , england-modern , supernatural , ya , teens-taking-over-the-world , alternative-universes. Not as good as the first book, but I think that's because it's a novella, and therefore didn't really get a chance to develop a case or real sense of danger.
But still, it's a fun little mystery. Jan 19, Adriel Hartnett rated it really liked it Shelves: children-fairy-tale , 4-stars. A short story which reminds me that without deeper exploration for the characters, this ghost-hunting is just a ghost-hunting. It's fine but not super fine. The plot is pretty thin, even for a short story; The Dagger in the Desk is essentially a single mission without much in the way of build-up.
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The Lockwood team is retained to investigate a school that, after some renovations, is experiencing a sudden uptick in ghostly activity. And as children are most sensitive to spirits, a school is about as bad a place for a haunting as can be! Dagger doesn't really contain any world-building or insight into the characters, and the mystery of what the source might be that the other Lockwood books are built on isn't really given the room it'd need to create any tension; this is pretty much just a single action sequence.
This was a seriously quick read. So if you're hoping for something meaty, you might be a bit disappointed. What Dagger does provide, though, is another taste of Stroud's excellent world. It's short, but it's well-written and exciting While I don't think it'd be worth paying for, this story is, at the moment, free, and I'll never turn down a chance to hang out with Lucy and Lockwood and, yes, even George, even if it's just for a few minutes. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. Young Adult.
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Short Stories. About Jonathan Stroud. Jonathan Stroud.
Jonathan Anthony Stroud is an author of fantasy books, mainly for children and youths. Stroud grew up in St Albans where he enjoyed reading books, drawing pictures, and writing stories. Between the ages seven and nine he was often ill, so he spent most of his days in the hospital or in his bed at home. To escape boredom he would occupy himself with books and stories. After he completed his studies Jonathan Anthony Stroud is an author of fantasy books, mainly for children and youths. After he completed his studies of English literature at the University of York, he worked in London as an editor for the Walker Books store.
He worked with different types of books there and this soon led to the writing of his own books. During the s, he started publishing his own works and quickly gained success. Among his most prominent works are the bestselling Bartimaeus Trilogy. A special feature of these novels compared to others of their genre is that Stroud examines the stereotypes and ethics of the magician class and the enslaved demons.
This is done by examining the perspective of the sarcastic and slightly egomaniacal djinni Bartimaeus. Stroud lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire, with his two children, Isabelle and Arthur, and his wife Gina, an illustrator of children's books.
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But the lid soon slams shut on her head, knocking her unconscious and leaving her locked inside as everyone tries to no avail to find her. By now, stories of the Wendigo have become quite mainstream, thanks in large part to the popularity of Creepypastas and the acclaimed survival-horror game, Until Dawn. The lore of the Wendigos seems pretty cut-and-dry, as the stories generally revolve around this strange humanoid creature that preys on human flesh to survive.
In the book, The Wendigo exists as an urban legend told among Native American tribes, describing a creature that takes a hold of you and drags you until your feet are burned to ash, followed by lifting you into the sky and dropping you.