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The Bali Mystery (Amelia Moore Detective Series #1) The Bali Mystery by Linda Weaver Clarke
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“She wondered, would their relationship gradually turn into something more? ... Time would tell!”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“She knocked at the door, expecting a friendly greeting because of the atmosphere of this house, but, instead, the door opened just a crack and dark eyes stared at her for a moment. Then the door gradually opened and an elderly woman grabbed
Amelia's hand and yanked her inside.
"Hurry! Get inside!”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“Do you remember that old song? 'She wore an itsy bitsy, teeny weeny, yellow polka dot bikini...”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“Someone else is looking for him?"
"That's right, two men." Mrs. Brody softly laughed and said "They look just like those men in that alien movie. Dressed in black suits and sunglasses. They don't have much of a sense of humor though. When they came to my door, I asked them if they were seeking aliens and I assured them I wasn't one. They didn't laugh at my joke.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“Both Rick and Amelia were impressed with their graceful movements. The Balinese dance was artistic with great expression. The dancers seemed to be telling a story through their fingers, hands and body gestures, including head and eye movements. It was amazing. Every gesture was elegant.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“I just want to understand why you haven't fallen in love."
Amelia was pensive for a moment and then said "When I fall in love, I want to feel as if I'm floating on clouds. As if there is not a care in the world. I want to be deliriously happy and tell everyone about it just like in South Pacific."
"South Pacific?" he asked with an uplifted brow.
She nodded as she softly sang,
"'If you'll excuse an expression I use,
I'm in love, I'm in love,
I'm in love, I'm in love,
I'm in love with a wonderful guy!”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“Good morning, Amelia" greeted Rick as he walked into the room the next morning. "I'm starved. For some reason, I woke up craving strawberries.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery
“Bali High is not a real island, you know. It's imaginary."
When Amelia saw him smiling at her, she quickly defended herself. "Don't make fun of me. To me, it's real. Besides, that movie has a message that really makes sense.
Such as? he encouraged.
"Well, it teaches us how wrong it is to be prejudiced and that we should accept each other no matter the differences. It also talks about the importance of having a dream. Dreams are important to everyone. "When she saw his brow crease in confusion, she sang,

"'You gotta have a dream, if you don't have a dream,
How you gonna have a dream come true?”
Linda Weaver Clarke, The Bali Mystery