Fangs For the Memories (#05 in Bloodhounds Series)
Madcap mysteries with a message! Strange things are always afoot in the town of Midvale, and Bloodhounds, Inc. are always on the case! Join the Bloodhounds kids for terrific thrills and fast-paced fun in this excellent series of paperbacks and...
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Madcap mysteries with a message! Strange things are always afoot in the town of Midvale, and Bloodhounds, Inc. are always on the case! Join the Bloodhounds kids for terrific thrills and fast-paced fun in this excellent series of paperbacks and videos.
When a vampire torments the people of their town, Sean and his sister Melissa use their detective skills and depend on the help of God to deal with the problem.
In their newest adventure, Sean and Melissa are hired by nervous Mrs. Tubbs when she decides something strange is going on in the neighborhood. A mysterious moving van that delivers something that looks like a coffin to the vacant house on Oak Street is just the start of it. Rumors of a vampire having moved into town spur the kids into investigating and soon other strange things happen including a repairman who claims he was attacked by haunted appliances.^^Has a ghastly vampire really taken up residence in Midvale? What will happen to the town and why is everyone suddenly wearing garlic? As Sean and Melissa learn an important lesson about God's always-present protection, you will as well.
Book 5 of Bloodhounds, Inc. for middle-grade readers. When a moving van delivers what looks to be a coffin to a vacant house on Oak Street, the town gets nervous that there might be a vampire in their midst. It's up to Sean and Melissa to save Midvale!
Bill Myers is the author of the humorously imaginative The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle series, which currently numbers 27 episodes and over 2.1 million units sold. He is also the creator and writer of the McGee and Me! video/dvd series. Myers is a director as well as a writer, and his films have won over forty national and international awards. He has written more than 50 books for kids, teens, and adults. Myer's work is enjoyed by millions around the world. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Southern California.- Publisher.