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While staying in a haunted Colorado hotel for her father's ghost-hunting television series, Karma Moon must battle her anxiety, interpret the signs of the universe, and get footage of a real ghost—you know, the usual.Karma Moon is a firm believer in everything "woo-woo," as her dad calls it. So when she asked her trusty Crystal Mystic if the call asking her dad to create a ghost-hunting docuseries was her dad's big break, it delivered: "No doubt about it." Because the universe never gets it wrong. Only people do.Karma and her best friend, Mags, join her dad's Totally Rad film crew at a famous haunted hotel in Colorado over her spring break. Their mission: find a ghost and get it on camera. If they succeed, the show will be a hit, they can pay rent on time, and just maybe, her mom will come back. Unfortunately, staying at a haunted hotel isn't a walk in the park for someone with a big case of the what-ifs. But her dad made Karma the head of research for the docuseries, so she, Mags, and a mysterious local boy named Nyx must investigate every strange happening in the historically creepy Stanley Hotel. Karma hopes that her what-ifs don't make her give up the ghost before they can find a starring spirit to help their show go viral—and possibly even get them a season two.With Melissa Savage's quirky cast of characters and spooky setting underlaid by a touching and relatable struggle against anxiety and grief over her fractured family, Karma Moon—Ghosthunter is bound to charm and delight. Product DetailsISBN-13: 9780593302798 Publisher: Random House Children's Books Publication Date: 01-19-2021 Pages: 352 Product Dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.00(d) Age Range: 8 - 12 YearsAbout the Author Melissa Savage is the author of Lemons, The Truth About Martians, and Nessie Quest. She is also a child and family therapist. Melissa loves writing cryptozoological mysteries (think Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster) of any kind for kids—incuding the paranormal kind. You can follow Melissa on Twitter at @melissadsavage or visit her at melissadsavage.com.Read an Excerpt 1