Fifteen-year-old Alice Montgomery wakes up in the lobby of the B&B where she has been vacationing with her family to a startling discovery: no one can see or hear her. The cheap desk lights have been replaced with gas lamps and the linoleum floor with hardwood and rich Oriental carpeting. Someone has replaced the artwork with eerie paintings of Elizabeth Blackwell, the insane actress and rumored witch who killed herself at the hotel in the 1880s. Alice watches from behind the looking glass where she is haunted by Elizabeth Blackwell. Trapped in the 19th-century version of the hotel, Alice must figure out a way to break Elizabeth’s curse—with the help of Elizabeth's old diary and Tony, the son of a ghost hunter who is investigating the haunted B&B—before she becomes the inn's next victim.
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Jessica Arnold is a writer who, when given the opportunity, will pontificate at length on the virtues of the serial comma, when and where to use an en-dash, and why the semicolon is the best punctuation mark pretty much ever. She lives in Boston.Review:
"Jessica Arnold's The Looking Glass is an original and gorgeous take on Alice in Wonderland. Filled with beautiful prose, fascinating characters and exciting plot twists, it is truly one of a kind." -- Tracy Deebs, New York Times bestselling author of Tempest Rising
"A truly modern ghost story that takes the reader down a rabbit hole of suspense." -Laura Bickle, author of The Hallowed Ones
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