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The Legend of Burial Island (The Bean & Ab Mysteries #3)

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In a tale overflowing with adventure, teens Bean Carver and Abigail Peterson-and a Middle Eastern princess summering on their island pull off narrow escapes by boat, ultralight, and mini-submarine. Bizarre occurrences indicate that the legends surrounding nearby Burial Island-site of a tragedy during the French and Indian Wars-might not be merely folktales. Bean and Ab sol ...more
Hardcover, 201 pages
Published July 1st 2009 by Down East Books (first published May 15th 2009)
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Jan 29, 2015 Alec rated it really liked it
The book is has a few main characters, the main characters are Bean, Ab, and Spooky. They can't stay out of trouble in all of their years of summer vacation, this year they got in the middle of a drug dealer. At first they thought that he was an FBI agent but then Bean and Spooky got caught by the real FBI agents and they got away, and then they retuned to the drub dealer and he (the drug dealer) tried to kill them. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a mystery book.
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Mystery writer, musician and artist David Crossman grew up on Vinalhaven and graduated from the island school in 1970.

The roots of his mother's family (Roberts) extend back to the earliest settlers on the island who arrived in the late 18th century. David stressed that he and his younger brother Matt were born on the island and therefore really are Vinalhaven natives. His older brothers Phil and D
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