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The Christmas spirits on Tradd street

By: White, Karen (Karen S.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: White, Karen Tradd Street series: 6.Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Large Print, 2020Edition: Center Point Large Print edition.Description: 583 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781643584492; 1643584499.Subject(s): Families -- Fiction | Treasure troves -- Fiction | Excavations (Archaeology) -- Fiction | Women psychics -- Fiction | Haunted houses -- Fiction | Historic buildings -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- Fiction | Large type books | Excavations (Archaeology) | Families | Haunted houses | Historic buildings | Large type books | Treasure troves | Women psychics | Charleston (S.C.) -- Fiction | South Carolina -- CharlestonGenre/Form: Christmas fiction. | Fiction. | Ghost stories. | Thrillers (Fiction) | Ghost stories | Suspense fiction | Christmas fiction | Ghost stories | Thrillers (Fiction)DDC classification: 813/.6 Summary: "Melanie Trenholm should be anticipating Christmas with nothing but joy--after all, it's only the second Christmas she and her husband, Jack, will celebrate with their twin toddlers. But the ongoing excavation of the centuries-old cistern in the garden of her historic Tradd Street home has been a huge millstone, both financially and aesthetically. Local students are thrilled by the possibility of unearthing more Colonial-era artifacts at the cistern, but Melanie is concerned by the ghosts connected to it that have suddenly invaded her life and her house--and at least one of them is definitely not filled with holiday cheer ... And these relics aren't the only precious artifacts for which people are searching. A past adversary is convinced there is a long-lost Revolutionary War treasure buried somewhere on the property Melanie inherited--untold riches rumored to have been brought over from France by the Marquis de Lafayette himself and intended to help the Colonial war effort. It's a treasure literally fit for a king, and there have been whispers throughout history that many have already killed--and died--for it. And now someone will stop at nothing to possess it--even if it means destroying everything Melanie and Jack hold dear"--Provided by publisher.
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Regular print version previously published by: Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group.

"Melanie Trenholm should be anticipating Christmas with nothing but joy--after all, it's only the second Christmas she and her husband, Jack, will celebrate with their twin toddlers. But the ongoing excavation of the centuries-old cistern in the garden of her historic Tradd Street home has been a huge millstone, both financially and aesthetically. Local students are thrilled by the possibility of unearthing more Colonial-era artifacts at the cistern, but Melanie is concerned by the ghosts connected to it that have suddenly invaded her life and her house--and at least one of them is definitely not filled with holiday cheer ... And these relics aren't the only precious artifacts for which people are searching. A past adversary is convinced there is a long-lost Revolutionary War treasure buried somewhere on the property Melanie inherited--untold riches rumored to have been brought over from France by the Marquis de Lafayette himself and intended to help the Colonial war effort. It's a treasure literally fit for a king, and there have been whispers throughout history that many have already killed--and died--for it. And now someone will stop at nothing to possess it--even if it means destroying everything Melanie and Jack hold dear"--Provided by publisher.

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