Till death do us bark /Material type: BookSeries: Klise, Kate. 43 Old Cemetery Road: bk. 3.Publisher: Boston : Harcourt, 2011Description: 109 p. : ill., map ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780547400365; 0547400365.Subject(s): Inheritance and succession -- Juvenile fiction | Coins -- Juvenile fiction | Dogs -- Juvenile fiction | Haunted houses -- Juvenile fiction | Authors -- Juvenile fiction | Letters -- Juvenile fiction | Ghosts -- Fiction | Humorous stories | Humorous fictionSummary: In this story told mostly through letters, Noah Breth's feuding children come to Ghastly, Illinois, to follow a trail of limericks to their inheritance, while Seymour tries to convince Iggy and Olive to let him keep Mr. Breth's dog.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
When a dog arrives at Spence Mansion, Seymour is overjoyed. His adoptive parents, Ignatius B. Grumply and Olive C. Spence, are less enthusiastic--especially when Secret, the dog, begins barking all night long. Is it possible Secret just misses his old companion, the late Noah Breth, whose children are fighting like cats and dogs over their father's money? Or does Secret have a secret that, in the end, will make the entire town of Ghastly howl with delight? <br> <br> This third book in the 43 Old Cemetery Road series, a runaway mystery told in letters, limericks, a last will, and loose change, is guaranteed to please anyone who's ever tried to keep a secret. <p> </p>
Map on endpaper.
Booklist, January 2011
Kirkus Review, April 2011
In this story told mostly through letters, Noah Breth's feuding children come to Ghastly, Illinois, to follow a trail of limericks to their inheritance, while Seymour tries to convince Iggy and Olive to let him keep Mr. Breth's dog.
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