|Product Name||A To Z Mysteries Volume 2: D-G|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0807216348|
|Price New||9.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||7.00 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Width||0.78 inches (convert)|
|Height||7.06 inches (convert)|
|Length||4.38 inches (convert)|
|Long Description||More of your favorite adventures from Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose! This volume includes. . . The Deadly Dungeon Dink's favorite mystery writer, Wallis Wallace, has invited Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose for a sleepover - in a haunted castle! But as soon as the young detectives arrive, they start hearing screams behind the walls. Will they discover who - or what - is haunting Moose Manor? The Empty Envelope E is for Envelope...Dink keeps getting envelopes in the mail addressed to "D. Duncan." But the letters inside all start with "Dear Doris" and don't make any sense! Josh and Ruth Rose think someone's playing a trick on Dink. But Dink is sure there's more to it than that, especially after Doris herself shows up and demands her letters! The Falcon's Feathers F is for Falcon...When Josh discovers a nest of young falcons in the forest, he, Dink, and Ruth Rose start visiting every day. Until the morning they find it empty! Then the kids discover a wounded falcon with its wing feathers clipped, and they know someone's up to no good. Can they figure out what's going on before it's too late to save the falcons? The Goose's Gold Sun, sand--and sunken treasure? That's what Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose discover when they go on vacation to Florida. An old ship has been found off the coast, and it's full of gold! Two divers are collecting donations to bring up the loot. They're promising to share whatever they find, but is this too good to be true? It's up to Dink and his friends to get to the bottom of it!|
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