Death and Douglas

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This story pulls you in and makes you feel like you are a character in this book. Twelve-year-old Douglas Mortimer lives in a funeral home. His parents are really busy most of the time prepping dead bodies and hosting funerals and hiring grave diggers. Douglas has been around the dead his entire life and touched his first dead person when he was four! A killer is running lose in town and everyone wants to catch the killer before it’s too late for another person. Douglas and his friends Audrey and Lowell decide to help find and capture the killer after they find an important clue. This is an interesting, fast-paced, and entertaining story. The characters are easy to like and get to know well. The writing is clear and flows easily, so you don’t get distracted by the writing and can easily follow the story. This book is a good read for kids of all ages but especially those who are eleven and up. It is also a good book for those who love mysteries. It stands alone, although it could become a series. The story has a few surprises, and you never lose interest. I really recommend this book.

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Author J. W. Ocker
Star Count 4.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 372 pages
Publisher Sky Pony Press
Publish Date 2017-Oct-24
ISBN 9781510724570
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Issue April 2018
Category Young Adult


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