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New library books

The following ghostly good reads are available at the Readers’ Services Department of the main Allen County Public Library.

“The Storycatcher” by Ann Hite

For as long as she can remember, Shelly has been able to see and hear the spirits of the Black Mountain dead. When the ghost of Arleen Brown begins to haunt Faith, Pastor Dobbin’s daughter, the girl turns to Shelly for help.

“The Returned” by Jason Mott

All over the world people’s loved ones are returning from beyond. No one knows how or why this is happening, whether it’s a miracle or a sign of the end.

“Delia’s Shadow” by Jaime Lee Moyer

Delia’s been surrounded by ghosts for years and now one determined specter, the victim of a serial killer, needs her help. The killer is killing again.

“The ’Geisters” by David Nickle

When Ann was a little girl, she had an invisible friend, a poltergeist, that she called the Insect. With professional help, she learned how to contain it. Now an adult, Ann believes that she finally has the Insect under control. But there are others vying to take that control away from her.

“Help for the Haunted” by John Searles

The Masons have an uncommon occupation: helping haunted souls find peace. A mysterious phone call late at night leads to their deaths in a church hours later. Their daughter Sylvie is determined to figure out just what happened on that fateful night, and her search leads to surprising answers.

– Allen County Public Library

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