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  1. Regina Silsby's Secret War
    Regina Silsby's Secret War
    Thomas J. Brodeur
    Journeyforth / 2004 / Trade Paperback
    $7.49 Retail: $10.00 Save 25% ($2.51)
    5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW208116
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    June 23, 2007
    E. J.
    An intriguing read for teens about pre-Revolution Boston. Rachel Winslow takes on the ghostly guise of her great-aunt Regina Silsby to fight the British. Rachel tricks British soldiers, frees prisoners, and confounds a certain spoiled redcoat captain, leaving Boston believing that the spirit of Regina truly haunts Boston. In the mean time, while she tromps around as her great-aunt's ghost, Rachel wonders what the truth is about her great aunt. Was Regina a witch--or a devoted Christian? Did she practice things darker than the organ at King's Chapel, or was she simply pouring out her soul to God through music as she mourned her dead fiance? Rachel investigates and discovers that all the superstitions of the townspeople are for nothing. Regina Silsby was a decent young woman who died tragically. Rachel sees the damage to a person's reputation that idle gossip about the supernatural can do, and she rejects the untruthful stories. However, Rachel is left with another problem--a spoiled British captain is determined to make the so-called ghost pay for humiliating him....
  2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    June 23, 2007
    E. J.
    An intriguing read for teens about pre-Revolution Boston. Rachel Winslow takes on the ghostly guise of her great-aunt Regina Silsby to fight the British. Rachel tricks British soldiers, frees prisoners, and confounds a certain spoiled redcoat captain, leaving Boston believing that the spirit of Regina truly haunts Boston. In the mean time, while she tromps around as her great-aunt's ghost, Rachel wonders what the truth is about her great aunt. Was Regina a witch--or a devoted Christian? Did she practice things darker than the organ at King's Chapel, or was she simply pouring out her soul to God through music as she mourned her dead fiance? Rachel investigates and discovers that all the superstitions of the townspeople are for nothing. Regina Silsby was a decent young woman who died tragically. Rachel sees the damage to a person's reputation that idle gossip about the supernatural can do, and she rejects the untruthful stories. However, Rachel is left with another problem--a spoiled British captain is determined to make the so-called ghost pay for humiliating him....
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