At first--before it turns out to be impulsive and deadly dangerous--Sarah feels sympathy for the unhappy ghost who's haunting her father's new computer store. Young Pascale promised to wait forever in Dewey House for her father to come back. After nearly a century, she's still waiting; but Dewey House is gone, moved to another part of town to make room for a mall. Still fixed on her promise, Pasoale sends messages on Sarah's computer screen, describing her short, hard life and begging for help. Sarah is wiling but uneasy, especially when Pascale ruthlessly forces her back in time to experience events directly. Pascale died under mysterious circumstances--will history be repeated? A seamlessly woven ""Bullseye"" book--with plenty of suspense, engaging characters, and, improbably, a happy ending for all concerned.