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Ghost Moon

by Karen Robards

Ghost Moon
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  • First Published:
    Feb 2000, 368 pages
    Paperback:
    Oct 2001, 448 pages

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adrienne (02/16/03)

WOW! I loved Ghost Moon so much! iread it in 2 days. I just couldn't put the book down! It really is a GREAT read. And I was shcoked at whom the killer was. And that Seth well damn he sounded sexy! Im sorry i just had to add that. But DO pick this book up its my fav one of hers so far.
becka (09/11/02)

What a great book! Extremely creepy yet had a bit spice of love!
Pluz, who would have known that who the killer would turn out to be without flipping the pages back to the end of the book??Therefore every page is exciting!!!
marissa (05/12/02)

i enjoyed this book very much.. it was suspenseful and you wouldn't have guessed the killer until the end.. i couldn't put it down... i also like Maggy's Child just as much
Sara (04/16/02)

I thought this book was really good! I enjoyed very much!
v masse (03/04/02)

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