Next Time We Steal The Carillon - Free Preview of first 27 chapters
By Louie Flann
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Published: Jan. 07, 2012
Words: 43,410 (approximate)
This is a free preview of the first 27 chapters of Next Time We Steal The Carillon.
College life and crime detection are seen through the eyes of our student investigators. These contemporary temporary sleuths live through a cozy mystery set at a Midwestern college during the 1990s. And yes, they are not taking it seriously.
Missing: a valuable antiquity.
Suspicious occult occurrences, a séance, car troubles, another séance, injury in the forest, strange people not a part of the campus community are roaming the campus, pleasant fall weather, and, someone is following our Veronica. Is he some rejected suitor or someone harboring bad thoughts about our investigators? Holy smoke! What’s she going to do? What are they going to do?
Will the ancient bowl return? Will our detectors find who done it? Are Veronica and Monica, who are cute as kittens, affecting the objectivity and efficiency of Ralphy and Jason? I can’t tell! Who won the game, and what happened at the dance? All these questions—and more—will be answered before you put this book down. This is a story about good kids with a devil of a job.
No animals were injured in the writing of this story.
, mystery amateur sleuth
, mystery and humor
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