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Visiting all the lighthouses on Michigan's Upper Peninsula was not Sam and Becky's idea of an exciting summer--until they met a ghost who had been haunting the lighthouses for almost 100 years while looking for riddles. While their Mom and Dad research lighthouses for the book they are writing, Becky and Sam do their own searching. From shipwrecks to mountain tops to Paul Bunyan's backyard, they follow the trail that leads them along the shores of Lake Superior to Eagle Harbor. But it doesn't take long for them to realize that someone--or something--is following them. With more questions than answers, Sam and Becky are more determined than ever to solve the mystery at Eagle Harbor.
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M. C. Tillson first visited Michigan's Upper Peninsula in the summer of 1999 and promptly fell in love with the area. Since then she has returned several times and continues to be under the spell of that magic place. When she's not traveling to Michigan or to her home state of North Carolina, Ms. Tillson lives in Northern California with her son and Gracie, a rebellious Brittany Spaniel. You can email her at email@example.com
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