Miss Aggie's Gone Missing
By Frances Devine
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Published: March 06, 2012
Words: 60,583 (approximate)
When Miss Aggie goes missing, Victoria and her senior friends follow a trail of clues that lead them to unexpected danger.
At 10:29 a.m., on a cold day in January, the Cedar Chapel Bank was robbed.
At 5:41 that same afternoon, Aggie Pennington-Brown was declared missing. Victoria Storm, new owner of Cedar Lodge Boardinghouse, and her elderly boarders reluctantly agree with Sheriff Turner’s conclusion—Miss Aggie’s been kidnapped by the robbers. But when secrets and long-lost loves begin to surface from their missing friend’s past, a horrible possibility arises. Could someone they know and love have harmed Miss Aggie? Could it be one of them?
As Victoria and her elderly friends attempt to solve the mystery and locate Miss Aggie, more secrets are revealed until Victoria begins to wonder if there is anyone she can trust—including, or perhaps especially, the dashing local reporter, Ben Grant.
, amateur sleuth
, cozy mystery
, christian fiction
, nancy drew
, agatha christie
, murder she wrote
, richard castle
, clean mystery
, spyglass lane
, frances devine
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