Books by Rosemary Clement-Moore

Teen paranormal-suspense author Rosemary Clement-Moore survived her first job, as Chuck E. Cheese, and went on to work in the theater before turning to writing full-time. When she's not writing, she's playing Guitar Hero or walking her two adorable dogs. She lives in Texas, the setting for her newest book, the smart, funny and scary Texas Gothic, which earned a starred review in Kirkus.

SPIRIT AND DUST by Rosemary Clement-Moore
Released: May 14, 2013

"Another smart Goodnight caper. (Paranormal mystery. 13 & up)"
A ghost-whispering 17-year-old is roped into a cinematic showdown between the FBI and the mob. Read full book review >
TEXAS GOTHIC by Rosemary Clement-Moore
Released: July 12, 2011

"This engaging mystery has plenty of both paranormal and romance, spiced with loving families and satisfyingly packed with self-sufficient, competent girls. (Paranormal mystery. 12-15)"
A pragmatic heroine must confront her magical side to save the day, find the ghost, win the boy and corral the goats. Read full book review >
THE SPLENDOR FALLS by Rosemary Clement-Moore
Released: Sept. 8, 2009

"Long, satisfying and just chilling enough, this will please a wide audience and leave readers hoping for more. (author's note) (Fantasy/mystery. 13 & up)"
Clement-Moore forsakes her Maggie Quinn series to craft a stand-alone Southern Gothic with a Celtic flair—and leading man. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 26, 2008

"Maggie's snarky humor and quirky personality keeps this novel's first half light, but the second takes a dark, page-turning twist as Maggie is forced to figure out and destroy the ancient source of the sisters' power. (Horror. YA)"
Supernaturally perceptive teen Maggie Quinn battles evil again in this sequel (Prom Dates from Hell, 2007), which fast forwards to her first semester at Bedivere University (BU), where, to Maggie's surprise, she finds herself rushing campus sororities. Read full book review >
PROM DATES FROM HELL by Rosemary Clement-Moore
Released: March 13, 2007

"Fun, but with gaps. (Fiction. YA)"
When geeky Stanley Dozer asks Maggie Quinn to the senior prom, she isn't thrilled, and things only get worse when, as she rejects him, a group of popular students dubbed the "Jocks and Jessicas" begin bullying him. Read full book review >