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Halloween at Glosser's

A Johnstown Tale

Halloween at Glosser's

Halloween at Glosser's

A Johnstown Tale


Short Novel by Robert Jeschonek

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ABOUT THIS SHORT NOVEL


It’s Halloween 1970, and Erin Lewis can’t draw anything scary enough to win the window painting contest at Glosser Bros. Department Store in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. The 16-year-old has other things on her mind, like holding a séance at Glosser’s to contact her brother, who died a year ago in Vietnam. Will he keep his promise and make contact from the other side? Or will Erin receive an equally shocking message from closer to home? Either way, it will be a Halloween she’ll never forget. Neither will the crowd at the annual Glosser Bros. Halloween Parade when she turns one of the floats into her own personal horror show. Don’t miss this trip back in time to the glory days of the Glosser Bros. Department Store by Robert Jeschonek, award-winning author of LONG LIVE GLOSSER’S, CHRISTMAS AT GLOSSER’S, EASTER AT GLOSSER’S, and PENN TRAFFIC FOREVER. It’s a blast from Halloween past, complete with window painting, the Shaffer twins, and a parade down Main Street…a spooky, nostalgic story for the whole family.


ABOUT ROBERT JESCHONEK


Author Robert Jeschonek grew up in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and spent many happy hours in the Glosser Bros. and Penn Traffic Department Stores in downtown Johnstown, Westmont, and the Richland Mall.  Since then, he has gone on to write lots of books and stories, including Long Live Glosser’s, Christmas at Glosser’s, Easter at Glosser’s, Fear of Rain, and Death By Polka (which are all set in and around Johnstown).  He’s written a lot of other cool stuff, too, including Star Trek and Doctor Who fiction and Batman comics.  His young adult fantasy novel, My Favorite Band Does Not Exist, won a Forward National Literature Award and was named a top ten first novel for youth by Booklist magazine.  His work has been published around the world in over a hundred books, e-books, and audio books.  You can find out more about them at his website, www.thefictioneer.com, or by looking up his name on Facebook, Twitter, or Google.  As you’ll see, he’s kind of crazy…in a good way.