The Ghost Files

The Ghost Files

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Apryl Baker By AprylBaker7 Completed

Soon to be a major motion picture!

Cherry blossom lipstick:  check
Smokey eyes:  check
Skinny jeans:  check
Dead kid in the mirror:  check

For sixteen year old Mattie Hathaway, this is her normal everyday routine.  She's been able to see ghosts since her mother tried to murder her when she was five years old.  No way does she want anyone to know she can talk to spooks.  Being a foster kid is hard enough without being labeled a freak too. 

Normally, she just ignores the ghosts and they go away.  There's a little glitch this time.  The ghost she sees is her foster sister, Sally.  Everyone thinks she's just another runaway.  Mattie knows the truth, though-she's dead, murdered.  Foster kids look out for each other and Mattie feels like she has to help Sally, but she can't do it alone.  Against her better judgment, she teams up with a young police officer and together they set out to discover the truth of Sally's disappearance. 

Now the killer has set his sights on her.  It becomes a race to see if she can find the truth before the serial killer finds her.

  • ghost
  • romance
  • teen
  • wattys2014
If that was me, I couldn't have enough courage to even open the bathroom door.
JijoNair JijoNair Mar 19
So shes been seeing this ghost from childhood and suddenly she started getting scared of it? I mean..really bruh?
hoemonal hoemonal Apr 15
unless it's possible for a ghost to rip off a piece of tape that was on her when she was killed but idk that's just me
saaraah211 saaraah211 Oct 23
my 3rd time rereading this book and I can't come to grips that it's gonna be a movieBNXJDJXKS
saaraah211 saaraah211 Oct 23
*shakes head* man I know where this is going and it's gonna be one helluva rollercoaster 💀
Athena360 Athena360 Aug 19
"It's wrong for sally to end up murdered..." idk y but I find this sentence funny. DUH nobody should "end up murdered" but the fact that it's one of her best friends must by traumatizing, terrible