Something Wicked by Alan M. Gratz

Something Wicked

byAlan M. Gratz

Paperback | September 3, 2009

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A wickedly gripping follow-up to the critically acclaimed Something Rotten

Horatio Wilkes has come to the Scottish Highland Festival with his childhood friend Mac for games, girls, and gallivanting. But before the Celtic festivities can get under way, Mac's grandfather and founder of the games, Duncan MacRae, is brutally murdered. All signs point to Duncan's son, Malcolm, as the killer, but Horatio has his doubts. Between Mac, his controlling girlfriend Beth, and their parents, it seems like everyone has something to hide. Set against the vivid backdrop of the Tennessee mountains, Something Wicked is a thrilling adventure with all the sinister twists, turns, and tragedies of Shakespeare Macbeth.

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Alan Gratz was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. After a carefree but humid childhood, he attended the University of Tennessee, where he earned a College Scholars degree with a specialization in creative writing and later a Master's degree in English education. In addition to writing plays, magazine articles, and a few episodes ...
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Title:Something WickedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 6.93 × 4.98 × 0.74 inPublished:September 3, 2009Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0142414964

ISBN - 13:9780142414965

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ôGratz challenges readers, keeps them turning pages, and makes every word count." ùChristian Science Monitor