Charlie MacCready The Ghost In The Attic

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"I am not an orphan. Someday my parents will come for me and we will be a real family."

Sent to St. Michael's Abbey & Home for Boys by his Uncle Chester, Charlie finds himself in the middle of another mystery. Awakened in the middle of the night, he hears a sound coming from the attic above his bed. Together with his friends Howard, Gus and Rick, they set out to find The Ghost In The Attic. More

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About James M McCracken

James M. McCracken was born and raised in
the Pacific Northwest. He spent his teenage
years in a seminary boarding school. It
was there that his love for writing stories
began.

After leaving the seminary, he spent the next
23 years working for a telecommunications
company. He never gave up on his writing and
published his first novel, Secrets The Wallace
Family, in 1998.

In 2002 he took early retirement and began
focusing his time and energy on his writing.

The "Charlie MacCready" series is inspired by
his growing up in the seminary.

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Review by: Pamela Cowan on June 27, 2011 :
I have no young children so it may seem strange that I chose to read “The Ghost in the Attic.” What drew me to it was curiosity. I wanted to know what it would have been like to grow up in Catholic home for boys. The book did not disappoint. Not only was I able to get a glimpse inside at the grand traditions, but the daily minutia was fascinating as well. Furthermore, “The Ghost in the Attic” transported me to a different time, when the pace of life moved at a slower pace. It also introduced me to Charlie and his friends, who have a great time with each other, but also seem to share a longing for a more permanent home and family. I hope the author sees fit to grant Charlie a happy ending.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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