Mystery of the Melodies From Mars (#11 in Bloodhounds Series)
1. The Case Begins^2. Midvale: Crime City, USA?^3. Jumpin' 'n' Jivin Jeremiah^4. "Collect Call From Mars. . .Will You Accept The Charges?"^5. Spalding, How Could You?^6. We Come In Peace, Now Stick 'Em Up!^7. Spalding Hits A Sour Note^8. Spalding...
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1. The Case Begins^2. Midvale: Crime City, USA?^3. Jumpin' 'n' Jivin Jeremiah^4. "Collect Call From Mars. . .Will You Accept The Charges?"^5. Spalding, How Could You?^6. We Come In Peace, Now Stick 'Em Up!^7. Spalding Hits A Sour Note^8. Spalding Sings The Blues^9. The Not-So-Grand Finale^122 Pages
Spice Army is in town and Midvale has gone mad for the rock band. But it??'s not just the music. Spalding is now sporting a Spice Army punk rock haircut and tongue ring. If that wasn???t enough, he??'s also the prime suspect in a rash of burglaries. Meanwhile, Doc??'s oscillating audio spectroscope is picking up signals from ... outer space? As the brother-and-sister detective team race to decode the Mystery of the Melodies From Mars, they receive a message that is truly out of this world: ???Abstain from all appearance of evil??? (1 Thessalonians 5: 22).
Madcap MYSTERIES With A MESSAGE!* Has Doc really contacted aliens from outer space?* Why are the stores in Midvale being broken into, but nothing stolen?* Is Jeremiah serious about his bright blue Mohawk hairdo?The ultra-cool rock band Spice Army is in town, and Midvale has gone mad for their music. But it's not just about the music-Spalding is now sporting a punk-rock haircut and a tongue ring. And if that's not enough, the boy genius is suspected of several break-ins at stores around town. Meanwhile, Doc's oscillating audio spectroscope-her newest invention-is picking up signals from . . . outer space? As Sean And Melissa race to solve their craziest mystery yet, they learn a lesson that truly is out of this world.
With the help of their dog, Slobs, preteen sleuths Sean and Melissa Hunter solve Midvale's wacky mysteries, teaching children the truth about supernatural and out-of-this-world life forms. In "Mystery of the Melodies from Mars, " the siblings receive a message that is truly out of this world: "Abstain from all appearance of evil" (1 Thessalonians 5:22).
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.