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The Deadly Dungeon (A to Z Mysteries)
de Ron Roy
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Dink Duncan, Josh Pinto, and Ruth Rose Hathaway were visiting their friend, Wallis Wallace, a mystery writer, in Maine. Wallis lived in a castle and the three children really wanted to see it. However, when they got to the castle, Wallis tells them that it is haunted by the previous owner, Emory Scott. The children don’t believe in ghost but when they start hearing eerie sounds, they cannot help but be suspicious. They try to find the source of the sound by searching the whole castle and end up finding a trap door that leads to an underground tunnel that connects the dungeon and a cave. Will they be able to find the ghost or will they find something else?
A fun and exciting story for readers that will keep them guessing until the end. As clues come up, the readers will try to guess or go with the characters ideas, only to find some other clue. The flow of the story is rather quick but still keeps the readers interested in the interaction between the characters. With lots of dialog, it makes it easy for readers to get into the story. The pencil sketches are detailed and go with the storyline. It gives the readers a visual of what the characters are doing. Even though the art is done in pencil, it has great depth and dimension. This is a great series for young readers who are interested in mystery that is not too scary.
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A to Z Mysteries (4)
While visiting Wallis's castle, Dink and his friends investigate strange noises that lead them to a dangerous secret.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.54Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1945-1999
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