The Mystery of the Cornerstone

Rated 4.33/5 based on 12 reviews
This is the first book in The Hooper Mystery series. Bess Hooper is drawn to an abandoned building and experiences time travel dreams. Enlisting her brother to help, the teenager searches the archives and her family history to solve a mystery from over a century ago. More
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About Sandra Maggs

I’m just a person like you. I have a dream I’m following. Reading, for me, has always been pleasurable and one of the greatest joys you can experience. I love the way I’m suddenly finding myself in the stories of others. So much so that now I write my own. It’s such an amazing thing to create a completely different world for someone. My genres range from fantasy to general fiction. The ideas I have come from everyday events and I transform them into another story.
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I have several eBooks on the market and I’m going to continue to write indefinitely because that’s what I enjoy the most.

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About the Series: The Hooper Mysteries
Bess Hooper is an average teenager with an ordinary life. That is until she discovers a secret her family have been keeping.

Odd occurrences plague her as she sets out on a quest to discover how it all started and why she has been lucky enough to inherit the ability to travel through time. With help from family and friends, the discoveries she makes not only shock her but change her path as well.

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Reviews of The Mystery of the Cornerstone by Sandra Maggs

Deb Kingston reviewed on Dec. 23, 2018

Love time travel and the way the character travels in this story is a little different.

I liked the little twist at the end too. I would recommend this. A good read for teenagers.
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Lana Holt reviewed on Dec. 2, 2018

this ebook appears to be the beginning of something bigger.

I enjoyed it and I'm interested in continuing with the series.

It's worth a read.
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Kelly Hunter reviewed on Nov. 3, 2018

I liked this book for a number of reasons.
The writing style is great and the story is something that gets you in.

I love the characters and the twist at the end.
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Alison Kim reviewed on Nov. 1, 2018

There is definitely an underlying story here. I liked the little twist at the end, although I would have liked the book more if Bess spent more time with her friends.
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MonaHanover reviewed on Nov. 1, 2018

This book is clearly the beginning of a much bigger story. If you like a good mystery with a twist then you'll enjoy this. I haven't really read anything like it and I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
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Emily Peach reviewed on Oct. 31, 2018

A friend of mine told me about this book and so I read it. It's not the kind of book I normally go for, but surprisingly I loved it. I'm looking forward to continuing the journey with Bess Hooper.
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PamTT reviewed on Oct. 31, 2018

I like the book and i thought the twist at the end was interesting.
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Fliter reviewed on Oct. 29, 2018

It was great.

I love this book.
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Estarr reviewed on Oct. 26, 2018

After reading this, I'm hoping that this story plays out until the end. I'd like to know where it's going and after reading the descriptions on the next three books, I'm intrigued.

I like the characters and it's about time someone wrote a series like this with a strong female lead.
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MSS2001 reviewed on Oct. 26, 2018

I really enjoyed this book. It's interesting to know that there's a story within the story and I can't wait to find out what happens next
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