A college student is killed soon after serving as a page turner for a pianist at a classical concert held incongruously in a motorcycle shop in Bellingham, Wash. Did the student clash with one of the rough-looking motorcyclists at the concert? Was the pianist jealous of the page turner for having a fling with the violinist? What about the strange caretaker who found the body at a former Cold War military station? It all reflects poorly on the Whatcom Musical Society, which sponsored the concert, and one club member goes out of his way to find the killer.
Fourth in the hilarious new series for young readers from Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver Billy Broccoli is used to getting expert advice - wanted or not - from the ghost with the most, Hoover Porterhouse. The Hoove has smooth moves and a silver tongue ...and he isn't shy about sharing his words of wisdom! But when a night at the museum finds Hoover face-to-face with the ghost of a powerful princess, his brain turns into mashed potatoes. Now the tables are turned and it's up to Billy to help Hoover find the words he needs to make a new friend.
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