Great-Grandfather Was A Pirateby L J Sinnott, Dawn Smith (Illustrator)
Mother sees the old run-down house that sits well off the road atop a high cliff
Mom, Dad, Billy, and Kathy Masters move to Everett, Washington, to live in an old mansion that was built by Clifton Masters, Kathy and Billy's Great-Grandfather. The whispered stories of big sailing ships, pirates, and hidden treasure, excite Billy like nothing has ever done before.
Mother sees the old run-down house that sits well off the road atop a high cliff overlooking Everett Bay as needing a lot of work. Father sees it as a hobby, but Billy and Kathy see it as their own private Disneyland castle.
Rumor has it that their Great-Grandfather was a pirate, and that he'd hidden a pile of gold somewhere on his estate. A neighbor, Old-Man Parker, adds weight to the rumor when he shows the children a gold doubloon.
Hidden rooms and mysterious clues lead Billy and Kathy on an adventure of a lifetime, as they secretly search their Great-Grandfather's mansion for the lost treasure.
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