Free eBook Grimstone's Ghost download

by Mary Arrigan

Free eBook Grimstone's Ghost download ISBN: 0006754805
Author: Mary Arrigan
Publisher: Harper Uk (February 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 160
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Size MP3: 1350 mb
Size FLAC: 1523 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: docx mobi lit lrf


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Mary Arrigan (born 15 February 1943) is an Irish illustrator, artist and novelist, focusing on children's books. Arrigan was born Mary Nolan in Newbridge, County Kildare in 5 February 1943 to Brendan Nolan and Marian Maher

Mary Arrigan (born 15 February 1943) is an Irish illustrator, artist and novelist, focusing on children's books. Arrigan was born Mary Nolan in Newbridge, County Kildare in 5 February 1943 to Brendan Nolan and Marian Maher. She had one brother who went on to become a doctor. She got her education initially in Holy Family Convent, Co Kildare before going on to the National College in Dublin and University College Dublin. She married Emmet Arrigan in 1968 and they had three children.

A chilling ghost story told, with humour by a well-known Irish author and storyteller. Twelve-year-old Cian has recently inherited his great-uncle's spooky manor house. On his first visit he senses a chill in the air, then sees an eerie blue glow from outside his bedroom window.

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Arrigan's tale pits Cian O'Horgan, school-age heir of Glenderry House, and his younger sister, Jo, against a malevolent spirit from the past. Book pak, BBC Audiobooks America/ Chivers, 2003.

by Mary Arrigan Read by Dermot Crowley. Arrigan's tale pits Cian O'Horgan, school-age heir of Glenderry House, and his younger sister, Jo, against a malevolent spirit from the past. To secure freedom from the supernatural burden, they must thwart Grimstone's onslaught. Dermot Crowley's craft delivers an eerie experience that trails goose bumps deliciously along the spine long after the hearing.

A spirited, spine–tingling ghost tale by award–winning Irish author Mary Arrigan.