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Awkward teen falls in love with a troubled ghost

Carol Wright

By A Contributor

The mystery of a ghost girl whose watch ticks backwards, the perks and pains of a son and father vacationing together and wishes for a family to be happily reunited will delight readers who enjoy the paranormal in Edward Hogan’s first novel for young adults, “Daylight Saving.

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