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Elizabeth Webster and the Portal of Doom

Elizabeth Webster and the Portal of Doom

In the second book in the Elizabeth Webster series, Elizabeth has a client and case of her very own, but things soon become bloodstains-on-the-courtroom-floor messy.

Welcome back to Elizabeth Webster’s world, where the common laws of middle school continue to torment her days…and the uncommon laws of an even weirder realm call her to duty. Elizabeth thought life would get easier after rescuing her father from the demon Redwing. Instead, things have gotten more complicated. She spends her time at Webster & Spawn sweeping floors instead of building cases, thanks to her father and grandfather. And her grades are slipping because she’s communing with ghosts instead of doing her mortal homework.

When Elizabeth goes to her friend Young-Mee’s house to confront a banshee, the banshee asks Elizabeth to free her son Keir from the local Countess. But if Elizabeth has learned anything, it’s that things aren’t always what they seem. Will Lizzie and friends be able to protect Keir from the Countess? Or should they really be protecting themselves from Keir?

Between working on the case, attempting to keep Keir McGoogan out of trouble, and evading the Countess’s wrath (and her jaws), Elizabeth also has to figure out which life she wants to live-or how to live both.
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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Fiction / Law & Crime

On Sale: October 13th 2020

Price: $16.99 / $22.49 (CAD)

Page Count: 320

ISBN-13: 9781368062893

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Reader Reviews


I love this book! William Lashner delivers humor and ghost-story shivers in a mixture of wit and intensity. He creates memorable characters, at once daring and vulnerable.—Ridley Pearson, bestselling author of Lock and Key
A superb mystery....Elizabeth's spunky attitude and earnestness provide an emotional spine that couples with the novel's mystery, dovetailing together at the right moment, making for a very engaging read.—Kirkus Reviews
This blend of ghost story and mystery will satisfy readers who ask for "the scary stories."School Library Journal
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