Cam Jansen: the Ghostly Mystery #16 by David A. Adler

By David A. Adler

No secret is simply too nice for super-sleuth Cam Jansen and her impressive photographic memory!

Mysteries persist with super-sleuth Cam Jansen all over she goes...even to a price ticket sales space. Cam, Eric, and Aunt Molly are in line to shop for  concert tickets while somebody in a ghost gown begins scaring humans. The ghost scares an outdated guy, and he falls down. Then the lady within the price ticket sales space is robbed. Can Cam locate the connection--and the thief?

The Cam Jansen books are ideal for younger readers who're making the transition to bankruptcy books, and Cam is a spunky younger heroine whom readers have enjoyed for over twenty years.

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The four police officers went into the house. Cam closed her eyes and said, “Click” again. “That’s him,” Cam said. Her eyes were still closed. “He’s the man I ran up to in the train station. He had bushy eyebrows when he pretended to have a heart attack, but not when I saw him later. ” Cam opened her eyes. She watched the police officers lead the man and woman out of the house. They led the couple to one of the other police cars. Officers Kent and Feldman came back to their car. “They confessed,” Officer Feldman told Cam, Eric, and Aunt Molly.

I’ll be right back. I promise. “Me, too,” Eric said. Cam and Eric went to where the old man had fallen. Eric found a sheet of lined paper. There was some writing on it. He gave it to Cam. Cam looked at the paper. “‘Milk. Coffee. Orange juice. ” She put the paper in her pocket. ” Then Eric found two copies of Picture News magazine. He showed them to Cam. Cam said, “Click,” and looked at a picture she had in her head. “These are the ones the man dropped,” Cam said, as she opened her eyes. ” Cam pointed to a small white rectangle in the corner of one magazine.

The other band members and Sally all came off the stage to meet Cam, Eric, Aunt Molly, and the two police officers. Cam looked at everyone. “I want to remember this for a long time,” she said.

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