A Ghost Around the House

A Ghost Around the House It all happened because it was nearly Halloween and I got this crazy notion to go home by way of Dead Man s Swamp past the ruins of Strowan Castle

  • Title: A Ghost Around the House
  • Author: William MacKellar Marilyn Miller
  • ISBN: 9780679200628
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Hardcover
  • It all happened because it was nearly Halloween, and I got this crazy notion to go home by way of Dead Man s Swamp, past the ruins of Strowan Castle.

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    About " William MacKellar Marilyn Miller "

  • William MacKellar Marilyn Miller

    William MacKellar was born in Glasgow, Scotland His family relocated to America when he was eleven years old He and his family resided on Long Island He attended New York University and University of Geneva in Switzerland MacKellar later served in the U.S Army Signal Corps during World War II After the war, he had the opportunity to return to his native Scotland There he received inspiration for many of his later books, such as The Witch of Glen Gowrie Along with authoring twenty nine books for children and young adults, MacKellar taught courses in creative writing and conducted many literary workshops He resided in West Hartford, Connecticut, until his death in 1994.

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  • Plucky Jasper Trimble befriends Malcolm MacDhu, a lonely, vain ghost living in an abandoned castle on the outskirts of town. As the ruins are set to be demolished, Jasper invites Malcolm to come stay with his family, which is serendipitous for Jasper's painter father. . . A short amusing read, with some hilarious names: Louella Scruggs, Albert Hooplewaite. Some bits may be scary, such as Jasper's initial encounter with the ghost, but is quickly offset by Malcolm's chatty non-threatening persona. [...]



  • This was the first book my grandmother recommended to me. I was very young at the time and we were out yard sailing (she had a passion for going to yard sales to find books to read).


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