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Buttons and Bones by Monica Ferris
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bookshelves: mystery-minnesota

Betsy Middleton goes with her friends Jill and Lars to work on the decrepit log cabin they've bought on one of Minnesota's many lakes. Jill finds an unexpected crawl space, complete with skeleton. The local police decide that the bones belong to an escaped German POW (yes, there were camps in Minnesota). Betsy and Jill investigate who used to live in the cabin, and discover another World War II puzzle--this one connected with a major who apparently deserted when given orders to go to the Pacific. Oddly enough, the skeleton serves as a way for Betsy to make friends with her significant other's jealous daughter, a student of forensic anthropology.

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