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Sisters in Mystery

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
For lovers of the Nancy Drew mysteries, here she is -- times four! Four modern-day Little Women, each with her own charms and talents, solve mysteries in the beautiful New Jersey shore town of Ocean City. In "The Case of the Missing Script," a famously quirky movie director finds himself in a tight spot, and only the Sheridan sisters, Meg, Biz (The Brain), Ames and Josie, ...more
ebook, 88 pages
Published January 28th 2012 by Crossroad Press
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Laurie Cameron
Apr 17, 2012 Laurie Cameron rated it it was amazing
Meg so loves a mystery that her whole family believes she finds them even when they are not there. That is, until a strange man in an overcoat with a parcel under his arm keeps appearing in her Jersey shore hometown. She has seen him before, but can’t quite place him. When the parcel under his arm disappears, she is sure he has lost it and sets about to find it for him…if only he would let her. But he has hired his own private detective and tells her under no uncertain terms to butt out.

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This was a cute little juvenile/middle grade mystery, I think if you are a fan of Nancy Drew or Flavia or even Harriet the Spy you’ll enjoy this one. Meg and her sisters set out to solve a mystery happening at the Hotel her parents run. I loved when the bad guys turned the tables on the girls and they got in trouble with their parents and she blamed her mom for reading Sherlock Holmes to her when she was younger! I also enjoyed that she followed advice from Sherlock Holmes to figure out what was ...more
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Al Sarrantonio (born May 25, 1952, in New York City) is an American horror and science fiction author who has published, over the past thirty years, more than forty books and sixty short stories. He has also edited numerous anthologies and has been called “a master anthologist” by Booklist.

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