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Justin Heimberg

Justin Heimberg is a best-selling author who has sold more than one million books in the United States alone. In addition to writing books, Justin has worked as a screenwriter for most of the major movie studios and in primetime network television.

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Ghosts of Rockville

Ghosts of Rockville — (2011-2014) Publisher: When Jay Winnick receives a mysterious blank piece of paper in the mail, he doesn’t think much of it. After all, it’s not such a weird thing to a kid who routinely subdues poltergeists, fends off deadly apparitions, and otherwise meddles in the affairs of the undead. Plus, there’s nothing even on the paper… Soon, that “nothing” thrusts Jay into the most perilous quest of his young ghost-hunting life, a paranormal puzzle involving spirit boards, crop circles, an ancient secret order, and just about every ghost type in the Encyclopedia of the Paranormal. At least he’s not alone. Joining Jay on his quest are his best friends and fellow ghost hunters: Danni, a forensics expert and lover of all things disgusting; Pam, a psychic of dubious ability at best; and Brian, a closet brainiac and nerd who lives a double life disguised as a dumb jock who just happens to be the most popular kid in school. Together, Jay and his friends must find the key that will unlock a mystical artifact that holds the power to control the spirit world. At stake is nothing less than the balance between life and death.

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Ghosts of Rockville: Search for the Dominion Glass

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Ghosts of Rockville: Search for the Dominion Glass by Justin Heimberg

Ghosts of Rockville: Search for the Dominion Glass
, by Justin Heimberg, is a middle-grade paranormal mystery with a reading twist: a “magic-view” bit of square plastic which, when placed over most of the illustrations in the text, reveals hidden messages or images. It’s an interesting idea, and one which probably will enhance the reading experience for young readers, but to be honest, it doesn’t enhance it enough because the underlying story and characters are relatively weak.

Jay Winnick and his friends (Pam, the seemingly late bloomer in a family of psychics; Brian, popular jock in public but smart guy with his secret friends; Danni, the CSI-Forensics expert) are paranormal investigators. But one day, a mysterious blank piece of paper leads t... Read More