Hollowbush Mystery Players: It's Been a Long Time Coming

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Nicholas Nichols comes to spend the summer with his Great-Aunt and -uncle who live in a small town.

He becomes friends with Danny, who is a local resident and sisters Cassidy and Caitlin who moved there recently with their mother Jan Wells. The four of them look forward to a long break from school. Setting off on daily adventures they discover an interesting area in the woods, where an old abandoned building among the heavy growth of a forgotten place begins exposing a tainted ...

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Overview

Nicholas Nichols comes to spend the summer with his Great-Aunt and -uncle who live in a small town.

He becomes friends with Danny, who is a local resident and sisters Cassidy and Caitlin who moved there recently with their mother Jan Wells. The four of them look forward to a long break from school. Setting off on daily adventures they discover an interesting area in the woods, where an old abandoned building among the heavy growth of a forgotten place begins exposing a tainted past. Led by Jan they form a playgroup and prepare for the town's big celebration. The friends become quite busy. The 40th Annual Broadway Entertainers Festival Spectacular. Everyone gets ready to mark the special anniversary. Stars from all over will gather at the original site for the much anticipated award ceremony. Included are some legendary performers, one who will be coming from London has mixed feelings about the highly publicized event. Strange items are found and odd occurrences set in motion a series of twists that has Nicholas and his companions performing in something bigger than any of them could have ever imagined. Making it a summer they will never forget.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781434386359
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 11/28/2008
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2009

    Heather Adams takes the reader on a mysterious ride leaving the reader breathless with each turn of the page.

    Nicholas Nichols is welcomed with open arms into a new circle of friendship when he visits his Great-Aunt and-Uncle for the summer. From the onset Nicholas clicks with Danny and sisters Cassidy and Caitlin. With the help of Cassidy and Caitlin's mother Jan they form The Hollowbush Mystery Players to participate in the celebration of the 40th Annual Broadway Entertainer Festival Spectacular. In their off time,the foursome,explore the woods and discover an old abandoned building and mine shaft.From the moment of entry,odd noises and happenings occur. Unexplainable,the friends ignore and continue with their exploration. Within a short amount of time strange instances begin to occur at the theatre and Aunt Hannah and Uncle Ellis' home.

    Are the instances related? Will the members of The Hollowbush Mystery Players make the connection and discover what or whom is behind them? Time is of the essence to clear this matter up once and for all so the 40th Annual Broadway Entertainer Festival Spectacular can go off without a hitch.

    To learn more about Ms. Adams visit http://hollowbushmysteryplayers.com

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    Reviewed by Donna M. McDine for the National Writing for Children Center. Donna's publishing credits include over 25 print and ezine publications and is the Marketing Manager at Stories for Children Magazine. She placed 12th in the 77th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition in the category Children's/Young Adult Fiction and recently signed her first book contract with Guardian Angel Publishing. She is also a member of the SCBWI and Musing Our Children. To learn more about Donna's writing career visit her at http://www.donnamcdine.com. Sign her guestbook and receive her FREE e-book ~ "Write What Inspires You! Author Interviews"

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