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Local Author Uses Word Play to Create Witty Hero of New Juvenile Series, Connects with Young Readers

Fallbrook – Author Walter Rouzer always wanted to create a character whose humor and wit was much like his own - full of puns and imagination. He has done that with teenage ghost detective, Rebel Stone, the main character of his new book (the first in a series of juvenile fiction) called Rebel Stone and the Ghost Whisperers.

Thrills, adventure, and mystery await Rebel Stone and his parents when they temporarily relocate to a grey stone castle overlooking the Mississippi river. The castle is all theirs for the time being, except for the one room they are strictly forbidden to enter during their stay - a master suite sealed shut for more than 100 years. No stranger to paranormal events, Rebel is confronted by the dark forces within the mansion.

Rebel eventually befriends the Ghost Whisperers, twin girls living in the mansion, and begins attempting to free their spirits. Local resident Becky Robinson steps in to help. She and Rebel are swept along an extraordinary adventure where they encounter not only ghosts, but also outrageous animals, an invisible extraterrestrial presence determined to take over the planet, and a monster with an unquenchable thirst for power. Becky, Rebel, and the Ghost Whisperers devise a plan they hope will force the extraterrestrials to leave the planet, returning the citizens of Shadowridge back to their former selves.

“My goal for the Rebel Stone series is to encompass mega doses of wholesome, original humor, thrills and adventure into every book,” says Rouzer.

You can purchase Rebel Stone And The Ghost Whispers online from such sites as Amazon and Barnes & Noble or check your local bookstore.


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