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The Quicksand Question (A to Z Mysteries Series #17)

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2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Um, okay...

This book is not the greatest Roy has written. Just like in all of the other books, something is stolen, only this time from the fire station. The town has been saving for a bridge for ducks, so someone steals the money. The three kids go trailing after the thief and...
This book is not the greatest Roy has written. Just like in all of the other books, something is stolen, only this time from the fire station. The town has been saving for a bridge for ducks, so someone steals the money. The three kids go trailing after the thief and find themselves in quicksand!

posted by Anonymous on June 1, 2006

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2006

    Um, okay...

    This book is not the greatest Roy has written. Just like in all of the other books, something is stolen, only this time from the fire station. The town has been saving for a bridge for ducks, so someone steals the money. The three kids go trailing after the thief and find themselves in quicksand!

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted March 2, 2014

    Silenteye

    Silenteye sits down and waited. A breeze rustled the leaves and a cat came gliding through. "Why did you take Silverfoot?" Silenteye commanded. "Because, that was the third sign," the cat replied, "unless you don't want to free Morningflower..." Silenteye hesitated before comtinuing, "Stripe, the Dark Forest is planning—" "Planning to ki<_>ll you so they can have their revenge? I'm the 'Stripe that can cross both borders', coward," Stripe spat. Silenteye looked at his paws. "You left two kits motherless," he meowed softly. A clouded look came into Stripe's eyes. "I know, we reget that, your mate escpessially," she mewed. Silenteye inhaled sharply. "She isn't my mate," he said. "I know." Stripe faded and Silenteye went back.

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