Madness At Moonshiner's Bay (Accidental Detectives) (#08 in Accidental Detectives Series)
A visit to Disney World should be full of carefree fun and adventure for Ricky Kidd and his friends. But when Ricky's little brother, Joel, makes friends with a newly released convict on the flight to Florida, a whole new...
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A visit to Disney World should be full of carefree fun and adventure for Ricky Kidd and his friends. But when Ricky's little brother, Joel, makes friends with a newly released convict on the flight to Florida, a whole new adventure is set in motion, beginning with the ex-con's rearrest as soon as the plane lands.
Within hours, the Accidental Detectives are caught up in the midst of a bitter, long-standing family feud. Abducted by masked men and stranded in the depths of the Florida swamps, Ricky, Lisa, and Joel must find a way to save themselves and see justice done - without becoming dinner for a man-eating alligator!
While vacationing in Florida, twelve-year-old Ricky Kidd and his friends get caught in the crossfire of a family feud involving moonshine, a missing fortune, and murder.
Beloved children??'s author Elspeth Campbell Murphy portrays the miracles and mystery of Christmas in captivating rhymes that little minds and hearts can understand and enjoy. The delightful prayers and poems celebrate all the simple things a child loves about Christmas- the Christmas tree, beautifully lit houses, and the Nativity -while rejoicing in the miracle of our Savior??'s birth.
"On vacation in Florida, Ricky Kidd's finds himself in a nightmare adventure that heads deep into the Everglades in this youth adventure series. Ages 8_13."
Sigmund Brouwer is the award-winning author of scores of books, from youth fiction to adult thrillers. His books has been lauded in publications such as Library Journal and Booklist and he has received the Alberta Film and Literary Arts Writing Grant twice. He speaks at schools, home-schooling conventions, writing camps and seminars to provide encouragement to reluctant readers and writers and to encourage youth to follow their dreams of a career in writing. He co-founded The Young Writer's Institute with education expert Debra Bell. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red Deer College. Brouwer, his wife and daughter divide their time between Tennessee and Alberta.- Publisher.