Peculiar Incident on Shady Street
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The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street by Linda Currie Mystery with elements of fantasy
In this spooky story, Tessa moves from Florida to Chicago. The new house just might be haunted, so Tessa decides to find out what is going on.
I really liked how the author used words that helped set a spooky tone. She used words like:
I like when the author does that, too, because it gets me into the story. What else did you like?
How did the author engage your interest in the story?
Something that made the story suspenseful was the weather. The author used rain and set many scenes at night. This really added to the atmosphere.
What made this story unique?
I like the way the author added different kids who had various talents, so they could each participate in solving the mystery.
I like mysteries, but they can be difficult to keep up with. I'm going to check out The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street. Thanks, Ms. Mulholland!
While I read, I had to dig beneath the surface and piece together all the clues to solve the mystery. Ultimately, Tessa figured out what was happening in her house.
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