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The Thief at Keswick Inn ❰Read❯ ➲ The Thief at Keswick Inn Author Linda Salisbury – Thomashillier.co.uk Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for Bailey Fish, eleven, is happy when the Keswick family plans to move into a once elegant country home near where she and her grandmother, Sugar, live at Lake Librarian Note Alternate at Keswick eBook ↠ Cover Edition for Bailey Fish, eleven, is happy when the Keswick family plans to move into a once elegant country home near where she and her grandmother, Sugar, live at Lake Anna The adopted, homeschooled brothers, Noah and Fred Keswick, are about Bailey s age and fun to be with Bailey and Justin DreamcatcherRudd, a neighborhood boy with a reputation of being a bully, are hired to help the Keswicks The Thief ePUB ½ with cleaning and repairs The kids are excited to discover valuable and historic items among the trash inside the old house, which has been renamed Keswick Inn Then, one by one, these treasures disappear Justin s unusual behavior makes him the main suspect as detectives Noah, Fred, and Bailey try to solve the mysteryThe embedded history involves learning about Native Americans in Virginia.


9 thoughts on “The Thief at Keswick Inn

  1. Terry Terry says:

    Bailey wears her thoughts and emotions on her sleeve, which makes it easy to connect with her character The author does a masterful job layering the plot with other themes adoption, friendship, judging others and information to pique a reader s interest homeschooling, bullying, Native American tribes, and classic literature Although this is a different genre, and Bailey is not a super sleuth, the story telling style will remind you of Carolyn Keene and Nancy Drew.To read our full review, go Bailey wears her thoughts and emotions on her sleeve, which makes it easy to connect with her character The author does a masterful job layering the plot with other themes adoption, friendship, judging others and information to pique a reader s interest homeschooling, bullying, Native American tribes, and classic literature Although this is a different genre, and Bailey is not a super sleuth, the story telling style will remind you of Carolyn Keene and Nancy Drew.To read our full review, go to the Reading Tub


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