By Adele Whitby
Somebody is inflicting hassle at Chatswood Manor and it's as much as Betsy to discover the offender prior to it's too past due within the 5th booklet of this interesting historic fiction series.
Betsy Northrop is set to show twelve years outdated and in keeping with her family's culture, plans are underway for an impressive birthday ball in her honor. regardless of troubling instances in different places, Betsy's family members is prospering, due to the great offerings of Betsy's mom, Beth. yet then mishaps - either trivial and disastrous - commence plaguing Chatswood Manor. Is an individual decided to deliver the kin to destroy? Betsy vows to show the perpetrator, yet her house is one the place secrets and techniques are simply hidden away. Will Betsy be ready to discover the reality and set issues correct?
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