"Synopsis: "Peter and the Missing Mansion" is the second Action-Adventure Mystery novel in the series involving Disneyland and its founder -- the legendary Walt Disney, written for Adults, Teens, and Tweens (age 9 and up). Alone and scared, Peter Brentwood finds himself in the distant past and in front of a hauntingly-familiar mansion. As Peter gets to know the inhabitants of this mansion, people aren't as he thought they should be. The man he thought was an innocent victim is now an adversary. Is there more to the story than he ever imagined? Stairways to nowhere and hidden passageways, lit only by candles, might lead Lance to his son. Can he trust the one who might not be as she seems? Is the Disney legend just a story or is it the truth? On their return, the three travelers find they are the only ones who realize something has gone wrong at Disneyland. It is up to them to protect Walt Disney s legacy.
Critique: A unique blend of fantasy and mystery, "Peter and the Missing Mansion" is as original as it is entertaining for young (and not-so-young) readers ages 9 and up. Appreciative readers will also want to see the first novel in this outstanding series "Hidden Mickey Adventures 1: Peter and the Wolf" (9780983397564, $12.99). Highly recommended for school and community library collections, it should also be noted that this series is also available in Hardback ($29.99 each) and a Kindle edition ($9.99 each). Indeed, young readers will look eagerly toward the third, fourth and fifth in the series."
Midwest Book Review, Oregon, Wisconsin USA