Stephanie isn't her real name. Her past isn't what she claims. Things at her new school aren't what they seem. The CIA told her she had to start living a normal life...
Not an option.
"Spooky" tells of a teenage girl figuring out who she is. It's a serious topic wrapped in a spy mystery, sprinkled with humor, romance, and true adolescent life. More
Stephanie Pookay isn't her real name.
Information about her parents isn't the real deal.
Her curiosity about the special program isn't supposed to be followed.
But "Stephanie" isn't your average teenager.
Forced to enroll at Chambers Boarding School when a mission gone wrong leaves her an orphan, Stephanie (as she's now known) must give up the life she knew as a CIA agent and pretend that she's just a normal girl. The last thing she wants is to stand out, but that's pretty tough when you have a freaky roommate who only wears black, there's a blonde Barbie out to get you, and the last guy in the world you want giving you attention won't leave you alone. Add to that a teacher who seems to know more than he should, and Stephanie finds that trying to be typical is a lot harder than she thought. But Chambers isn't quite what it seems, and suddenly, Stephanie's caught up in a mystery that has her pulling out all her undercover spy tricks. The CIA may have given up on her, but she refuses to stop when she fears that her new friends might be in danger. The last thing she expects is to be confronted with a ghost from her past...and a killer from her present.