By Betty Hechtman
Molly and her Tarzana Hookers needs to untangle a twisted yarn...
Molly's been passed the reins for this year's inventive retreat-an exhilarating weekend out at the Monterey Peninsula, entire with crochet sessions. regrettably for one instructor, notwithstanding, the breathtaking surroundings is the place she'll take her final breath. Now Molly should discover a new teacher, and, if she will squeeze it in, clear up this murder-with the aid of her buddies from the Tarzana Hookers.
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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.