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Kids of the crimson King 2, secret mystery fiction booklet, sixth grade and up.

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The smell was horrible. Henry wouldn't have been surprised to find something dead in one of the dark corners. At home, in a sunny house by the sea, his sister, Daphne, was very ill with diphtheria. To avoid infection Henry and his brother, James, had been sent to stay with their mother's brother, Sir Gideon Bloor. Sir Gideon wasn't the sort of person you would choose to spend your holidays with. There was nothing remotely fatherly about him. He was the headmaster of an ancient school and he never let anyone forget it.

Billy was perplexed. " he asked. " "No. " Blessed stared down the hall. Following the dog's gaze, Billy was surprised to see Charlie Bone quietly closing the door into the west wing. " Billy called. Charlie looked up, startled. " Charlie began to cross the hall. "He says there was a ball. " "I think Blessed was dreaming," said Charlie, climbing the stairs toward Billy Billy looked at the old dog. "Blessed doesn't lie," he said. " "They can dream, can't they? " "Go back to Cook," Billy told the dog.

For as long as he was in that cold, dreary building, they would keep James Yewbeam as warm and safe as any small boy had a right to expect. GRANDMA SLAMS A DOOR Winter held the city in an iron fist. Roofs, trees, chimneys, and even things that moved were covered in a thick crust of frozen snow. Charlie Bone had been looking forward to an extra day of Christmas vacation. The new term surely couldn't start in this weather. But Grandma Bone had dashed his hopes. "No shirking for you," she said in her usual sneering way "Bloor's Academy opens come rain, wind, or snow.

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