The Mystery of the Missing Map (#09 in Northwoods Series)
1. Threats In The Night^2. Strange Meeting ^3. Cousin Casey ^4. Another Fight ^5. Weird Shadows ^6. The Lost Treasure ^7. Central Mine^8. Willie's Story^9. More Trouble ^10. The Mansion's Secrets^11. The Hiding Place ^12. Footsteps In The Dark ^13....
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1. Threats In The Night^2. Strange Meeting ^3. Cousin Casey ^4. Another Fight ^5. Weird Shadows ^6. The Lost Treasure ^7. Central Mine^8. Willie's Story^9. More Trouble ^10. The Mansion's Secrets^11. The Hiding Place ^12. Footsteps In The Dark ^13. Mysterious Happenings^14. Kate's Discovery^15. Megan's Contest^16. Hornets!^17. Daddy's Gone A-Hunting ^18. The Osceola Mine ^19. Trapped! ^20. New Danger^21. Surprise For Kate ^154 Pages
When thirteen-year-old Kate, her stepbrother Anders, and their friend Erik go to visit Kate's blind second cousin in Red Jacket, Michigan, in 1907, they decide to try to find a long-lost map that will supposedly lead to a fortune in silver.
Kate, Anders and Eric have traveled to Michigan's Upper Peninsula, where Kate's Irish relatives live as caretakers of an enormous mansion. Kate is excited to meet her cousin Megan for the first time, and it turns out the two girls could be twins-except something about Megan is very different. Will it keep Kate and Megan from being best friends? Soon after their arrival, Kate, Anders and Eric learn about a treasure map hidden somewhere on the grounds of the estate-but when two shady-looking men are seen lurking around the mansion, Kate is worried they will steal the missing treasure. Danger trails the foursome as they race to find the missing map and the treasure it promises-before the thieves catch up.
Book 9 in the Adventures of the Northwoods. A long-lost map holds the key to the treasure, but what secrets lurk in the shadows of the mansion for Kate and her friends?
LOIS WALFRID JOHNSON is the best-selling author of more than 30 books for children and adults. Her books and shorter pieces have received a variety of awards, including the Gold Medallion Book Award, the C.S. Lewis Award for Best Series, and five Silver Angels from Excellence in Media. Lois loves talking with kids and writing edge-of-your-seat adventures.