Suddenly there was a flash of lightning and the noise of thunder and it started raining heavily. Marilyn looked out of the window and frowned. 'Rick,' she said. 'There isn't a ghost, is there?' They both laughed then. You don't find ghosts in modern houses, do you? When Marilyn and Rick move into their new house, strange things begin to happen. Have they got a ghost - a very clean and tidy ghost? Marilyn decides to find out more about their new home. Level 4 1,250 headwords Currently comprising 16 titles across four stages - from beginner to upper intermediate - the series is carefully graded, lexically and structurally, to encourage and young adults to read for pleasure and at speed. The stories are all, first and foremost, just that - stories, from ELT authors well known for their ability to craft original and engaging narratives to entertain and educate. Each reader contains striking and contemporary full-colour illustrations and photos, resource pages of well-scaffolded exercises, and an easy-to-use glossary. Titles in Levels 1 and 2 are 32 pages each, while titles in Levels 3 and 4 are 40 pages each.
On the night of Monday, April 30, 1951, Mayless Cribb Coker was murdered as she walked toward her apartment along Screven Street in the historic district of the City of Georgetown. The murder occurred in the same city block as the old county jail, Prince George Winyah Episcopal Church and only a stone's throw from Karnes Court, 712 Duke Street, the duplex where she lived with her husband, Louis H. Coker. The murder was probably the most sensational crime ever committed in Georgetown not only because of its brutality but also because of the time in which it was committed.