Phenomenal! Ghosts of Manitowish Waters: The epitome of clean-crafted, action-suspense storytelling of excellence, certain to enthrall young adults and seasoned adults alike.

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The composing and story line are winners. There is a comfortable ease in the writing style that makes reading cohesive and effortless.

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Ghosts of Manitowish Waters

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Powerful. Clever. A solid ... choice for both girls and boys.

 
 
ALSO BY G.M. MOORE The 3-part Up North Adventure Series

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Take an interactive adventure with our dynamic duo Pike and Griffy in this edition exclusively for iBooks.

 

Journey deeper into the wilds of Wisconsin and into the world of trophy fishing with clickable images, videos and 3D imagery—all within the context of an exciting, fast-paced adventure tale.

 

Reading comprehension is key, so kids can test theirs with a fun, end-of-book multiple choice quiz!

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Musky Fest in Hayward, Wisconsin

Musky Fest in Hayward, Wisconsin

Author G.M. Moore and her marketing team get their booth ready for the annual summer festival.

Albino Deer of Manitowish Waters

Albino Deer of Manitowish Waters

Northern Snakehead

Northern Snakehead

The Muskie, Wisconsin's freshwater king, is one of the snakehead's few natural predators in the United States.

Clovis Point—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Clovis Point—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Part of the Silver Beach Elk discovery in Middle Eau Claire Lake near Barnes, Wis. This type of fluted spear dates from 10,000 to 12,000 years ago and is believed to be the only discovery of its kind in Bayfield County. Photo by Quentin Ruprecht

Bald Eagle on Lost Land Lake

Bald Eagle on Lost Land Lake

Musky Fest in Hayward, Wisconsin

Musky Fest in Hayward, Wisconsin

Our famous paper mache Musky featured during Hayward's Annual Musky Festival. The festival celebrates Wisconsin's Northwoods and its great fishing tradition.

Elk Antlers—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Elk Antlers—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Part of the Silver Beach Elk discovery. In July 12, 2005, a young vacationer swimming in Middle Eau Claire Lake near Barnes, Wis., accidentally discovered what he thought was a piece of driftwood. The driftwood turned out to be a very large pair of 8X6 elk antlers. Photo by Quentin Ruprecht

Blue Gill on Lost Land Lake

Blue Gill on Lost Land Lake

G.M. Moore book signing

G.M. Moore book signing

Ojibwe Spirit Houses—from Ghosts

Ojibwe Spirit Houses—from Ghosts

Wisconsin Elk—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Wisconsin Elk—from Ancient Elk Hunt

Elk were extirpated from Wisconsin in the mid to late 1800s with the last being killed off in 1948. Historic records show elk once inhabited at least 50 of the state's 72 counties. Today, following a reintroduction, approximately 160 elk reside in the state.

Wisconsin Black Bear

Wisconsin Black Bear

Lake Nancy, Wisconsin

Lake Nancy, Wisconsin

G.M. Moore's childhood adventures at Woodlawn Lodge on Lake Nancy near Minong, Wis., inspired the Up North Adventure Series.

Albino deer—from Ghosts

Albino deer—from Ghosts

This deer is on display at Henson's Country Foods in Minong, Wis.

Fish House

Fish House

This clapboard style fish cleaning house is located on the banks of Lake Nancy near Minong, Wis., and is where author G.M. Moore learned to filet.

The Muskie—from Muskie Attack

The Muskie—from Muskie Attack

Muskellunge are long, slender fish with a large duckbill shaped mouth and needle sharp teeth. These fish stalk the waters of Wisconsin and can reach sizes of 6 feet in length and 65 pounds.

School Visit

School Visit

Author G.M. Moore discusses Muskie Attack with a group of 6th-grade students.

AUTHOR IMAGE GALLERY 

Muskie Attack Interactive Edition

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