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By Jessica Beck

While a waitress’s valueless ex-husband indicates up on the fascinating Moose Diner instantly sooner or later tough complete custody in their teenagers, Victoria understands that difficulty can’t be a ways at the back of. quickly after the fellow is murdered, a shocking variety of suspects ensue on the town, however the sheriff is focusing frequently on Ellen. Victoria and Moose needs to locate the genuine killer speedy earlier than a person they care approximately is arrested for homicide!

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Hanleigh shouted. "I won't wreck it! " Again the two prisoners pounded and kicked at the door. " Ike yelled. Hanleigh paid no attention. Joe came to a sudden decision. " The man gave a start. Upon seeing Joe, his face contorted in rage. " he shouted. "I'm not trespassing.

Never seen him before. He was a scary sort - dressed up like Halloween. " Joe asked, "Do you remember anything else about the person? " Amos Grice wrinkled his brow. " After a few more minutes of conversation, the boys said goodbye and left. They walked quickly towards the Seagull. " Joe asked his brother. Frank replied, "I'm sure it was the man in the turban and the white robe. " Joe exclaimed. "Maybe he is in league with Hanleigh. " The boys climbed into the Seagull with their bags of groceries.

We were lucky this accident wasn't worse," he added as the boys helped Mr Jefferson into the cockpit. " Frank said grimly, "We know the owners of the boat. " "That's no help, though," Joe added glumly. " In a few moments the Seagull was skimming towards Cabin Island. As they approached the boathouse, Joe suddenly pointed. " he cried out. " "Yes! " The mysterious white-robed figure was halfway up to the cabin. It was proceeding stealthily through the bushes and pines that grew thickly on the incline.

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