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Anna Mae Shetler is a tomboy who's been best friends with Jeremiah and Amos since they were little kids. As they stumble upon this mysterious money, they learn that Anna Mae and Jeremiah's grandmothers used to be best friends . . . but for as long as Anna Mae can remember they have been cool towards each other. The kids search further and discover that there is a missing third party to this mystery-someone who holds the missing piece to the puzzle. But before they can discover who this mysterious person is, the money disappears again and threatens the friendship of these three friends . . . Will they be able to figure out where the money is before their friendship is destroyed? And can God mend a friendship that went array decades earlier? 288 pages, softcover from Thomas Nelson.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2011
Availability: In Stock
Series: Mysteries of Middlefield
Anna Mae Shetler is a tomboy who loves nothing more than exploring the woods with her two best friends, Amos and Jeremiah. During a game of hide and seek they stumble upon a mystery that will threaten to tear apart their friendship, andas they soon discoverits a mystery that caused a rift in their families decades earlier.
Anna Mae and her friends are playing in the old tree house in the woods when a floor board suddenly breaks. No one is seriously hurt, but when they take a second look, they see that a metal box of money and a diary are hidden under the floor in the crook of the tree branches. Upon further inspection, they discover that it is a lot of money.
As the three set out to solve the mystery, they learn that Jeremiah and Anna Maes grandmothers were once great friends, something they would have never guessed since the two women have only been distantly civil to each other in their lifetimes. As they search further, Jeremiah and Anna Mae realize there is a missing third party who must certainly hold the answers to this puzzle. Before they can find out, the money disappears again and threatens the trust of the three friends.
Can Anna Mae solve this mystery before it tears apart more relationships? And can God heal decades-old pain and distrust?
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