William Wolfe

The Phantom Files: Twain’s Treasure

Dead men tell no tales. Except to me. When I’m around, they can’t shut up. If my paranormal-obsessed best friend Bones knew, he’d be crazy happy. But only one thing happens when I acknowledge their presence. Trouble. I’ve gotten so good at hiding my ability, everyone believes it. Even the ghosts…most of the time. Except now I’ve got the nightmare of all homework assignments: write a book report about Mark Twain. Trouble is, I have to go to the library to check out a book. Not just any library—the Hannibal, Missouri’s Free Library. It’s the most haunted building in town. And it’s haunted by none other than Samuel Langhorne Clemens, himself. Now this spook is haunting me. Following me everywhere I go, desperate to find the legendary Twain Treasure. What exactly is that treasure? Not even Sam can say. Well, Bones has always wanted to go on a real-life ghost adventure.

William Wolfe

If it’s unbelievable, William Wolfe probably believes in it—and writes about it. From ghosts to extraterrestrials, psychic cats, fairy folk, and black-eyed kids, nothing is too weird to guest star in his stories and books.  He grew up near the weirdly named community of Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, reading every science fiction and fantasy book he could lay hands on and eventually becoming a journalist, where he learned that the truth is often more unbelievable than fiction. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky, with his weird family and their weirder cat, Mr. Bitey. His books include the middle-grade paranormal adventures, The Phantom Files: Twain’s Treasure (2018) and The Phantom Files: Houdini’s Curse (coming, summer 2019), as well as the science fictionshort-story anthologies, Young Explorer’s Adventure Guide, 2018 and 2019.

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