Frogs, Snails, And A Lot Of Wails [NOOK Book]

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Mellow Summers has already solved one murder mystery when she met the ghost Rachel. But now that Rachel has gone, Mellow hopes to continue with a normal life. But normal is not in her future. One night Timothy shows up claiming to have been murdered.

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Frogs, Snails, And A Lot Of Wails

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Overview

Mellow Summers has already solved one murder mystery when she met the ghost Rachel. But now that Rachel has gone, Mellow hopes to continue with a normal life. But normal is not in her future. One night Timothy shows up claiming to have been murdered.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044727717
  • Publisher: Janet McNulty
  • Publication date: 7/17/2012
  • Series: Mellow Summers , #2
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 181,988
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 253 KB

Meet the Author

I began construction on Legends Lost Amborese ten years ago while in high school. At the time it was merely a few pages of notes in a notebook. I continued working on the story of Amborese while in college in the hope of publishing it. That day came in August 2011 when the book was first printed.Most recently, I have published the second book in Legends Lost: Tesnayr.I keep myself busy writing the third and final novel in the Legends Lost trilogy: Galdin, which will be released in Summer 2013. You can learn more here: legendslosttrilogy.comIf you prefer something more contemporary try the Mellow Summers Series. Mellow Summers moves to Vermont to start a new life only to discover that she has a acquired a new ability: she can speak to ghosts. Join her as she is pulled from one mystery to another.I have also published in the area of nonfiction: Illogical Nonsense. I had never planned on writing nonfiction, but when I had the chance to write a political commentary book, I took it. I enjoyed it and hope that it is insightful to any who read it.Besides writing I also read, hike, and crochet. Sometimes I just wander around doing nothing at all. Every once in awhile a girl needs a break and these are great past times.
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  • Posted June 21, 2012

    Mellow Summers or Mel is currently in her second semester of col

    Mellow Summers or Mel is currently in her second semester of college in Vermont. She lives with her best friend Jackie and has a boyfriend named Greg. She is looking forward to Spring Break so she can relax and rest for an entire week. Where she lives has had a sudden rise in robberies. She is hoping not to have to deal with any ghosts since Rachel left yet that is about to change. Timothy demands that Mel solve his murder and that he heard from Rachel that Mel could help him. Mel groans at hearing this explanation. Mel accidently runs into a man on a bike for which she apologized. Yet the man won't take the hint that Mel is in a relationship. Mel is creeped out by this guy. The Candle Shoppe is robbed. Mel, Jackie, Greg, and Timothy head to the Pen Mills Mansion to help solve Tim's murder. The mansion appears normal yet the fireplace is free of dust unlike the rest of the mansion which Mel finds odd. Mel asks her friend Tiny along with the rest of the biker gang to help check out the string of robberies. Can Mel solve Timothy's murder? Who is committing these robberies? What is going on in the Pen Mills Mansion? Will mystery man leave Mel alone? Your answers await you in Frogs, Snails, and a Lot of Wails.

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