Bronwynne's Bench: Another Flora BeGora Mystery

Bronwynne's Bench: Another Flora BeGora Mystery

by Karen Rempel Arthur
     
 
Be prepared to chuckle and be startled as Flora BeGora expands on the investigative abilities she discovered after an early retirement. Her curiosity is again activated when a new memorial inscription mysteriously appears on the Lovers Leap bench in Port BreeZe. Who is this person being remembered? Her questions lead her from Port BreeZe, with her neighbor Phim

Overview

Be prepared to chuckle and be startled as Flora BeGora expands on the investigative abilities she discovered after an early retirement. Her curiosity is again activated when a new memorial inscription mysteriously appears on the Lovers Leap bench in Port BreeZe. Who is this person being remembered? Her questions lead her from Port BreeZe, with her neighbor Phim Bellefontaine in tow, all the way to Manitoulin Island. Here they search for stolen art work created by a young handicapped painter who drowned under unfortunate circumstances. On this far-flung chase, she tracks the thieves marketing the art work, repeatedly encounters a threatening individual on a similar, though slightly different mission, and keeps an entire police department on its toes.

Enjoy Flora's inquisitive personality, the return of friends from previous investigations and some new ones besides all set in the vastness of that big island separating Georgian Bay and Lake Huron.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781497590830
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/27/2014
Pages:
202
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)
Age Range:
1 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Karen Rempel Arthur began writing at about 10 years of age. Her work place of choice was in the garden shed using her grandfather's old typewriter to get it down on paper. Thankfully these early efforts have been lost in time!

Life intervened, but through her working career, she continued dabbling in this pastime. She's been a newspaper columnist and written numerous children's and adult short stories for magazines and online. To the delight of a whole township, Karen co-authored 'The True Story of Wainfleet with Lies by William Thomas,' and more recently wrote the well-received biography, 'The Tenacious Spy: The Story of William Morris Jones,' a tale of a remarkable man's experiences in two World Wars. For sheer amusement, she writes the Flora BeGora mystery series.

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