Dangerous Imposters (#23 in Mandie Series)
With only a few days left of her summer vacation, Mandie goes for a short visit with Uncle Ned and his granddaughter, Sallie. But before leaving, Mandie receives a message that Tsa'ni, a Cherokee boy who is always stirring up...
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With only a few days left of her summer vacation, Mandie goes for a short visit with Uncle Ned and his granddaughter, Sallie. But before leaving, Mandie receives a message that Tsa'ni, a Cherokee boy who is always stirring up trouble and playing tricks on others, wants to see her, Sallie says it's really important.When Mandie arrives, Tsa'ni is nowhere to be found, and she discovers that her Uncle Wirt has disappeared as well. Dimar, another Cherokee friend of Mandie's tells her of strange diggings going on in the mountains nearby. Could the two mysteries be connected? What will Mandie do?
For the bestselling Mandie series, selling over three million copies, comes an exciting new tale. While visiting her uncle, Mandie learns of strange diggings in the mountains nearby. When some of Mandie's friends and relatives disappear, she and a Cherokee friend get caught up in the mystery involving kidnapping and supposed government claims on Cherokee land.
1. Where Is Tsa'ni? ^2. Mysterious Men In The Mountain ^3. Caught Snooping ^4. Where Is Uncle Wirt? ^5. Sitting In Wait ^6. Night Riders ^7. Who Lit The Fire? ^8. Snowball To The Rescue! ^9. Digging Deep, Deep, Deep ^10. Sallie Disappears ^11. Send For Uncle Ned ^12 Rescued!^165 Pages
Strangers digging in the mountains, and the disappearance of Mandie's uncle and a Cherokee boy lead Mandie to a new mystery.
Lois began her first Mandie story when she was only 11 years old. But eventually the manuscript was tucked away in a drawer and forgotten. Lois went on to attend Furman University and studied music for several years in New York City where she and her sister sang professionally. Some years ago, Lois was prompted to pull that old manuscript out and began to work on Mandie's story - of her childhood in the South at the turn of the century and her Cherokee heritage. The rest is history - and now the Mandie books series have sales nearing six million copies! Lois writes from her home in South Carolina. Enthusiastic young fans fill her mailbox with their insightful responses to her stories. - Publisher.