Image in the Tapestry [NOOK Book]

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Book 4 in the Kim & Kelly Mystery Series. Award-winner.


A mysterious tapestry, a family secret and Black Bart - the old west was never so intreguing.

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Image in the Tapestry

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Overview

Book 4 in the Kim & Kelly Mystery Series. Award-winner.


A mysterious tapestry, a family secret and Black Bart - the old west was never so intreguing.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033293490
  • Publisher: TJ Perkins
  • Publication date: 3/31/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 504 KB

Meet the Author

TJ Perkins is a gifted and well-respected author in the mystery/suspense genre. A member of the Maryland Writer’s Association and Sisters In Crime, her short stories for young readers have appeared in the Ohio State 6th Grade Proficiency Test Preparation Book, Kid’s Highway Magazine, and Webzine ‘New Works Review,’ just to name a few. She’s placed three times in the CNW/FFWA chapter book competition. Her short story of light horror for tweens, The Midnight Watch, was publication Oct 2007 by Demon Minds Magazine. Her self-publishing achievements are being greatly recognized and TJ is also conducting speaking engagements at colleges and libraries, offering advice to others.


Finished works of her young reader’s chapter books are entitled: The Fire and the Falcon (which won two chapter book awards), Wound Too Tight, Mystery of the Attic, and On Forbidden Ground. Published books in the Kim & Kelly Mystery Series include: Fantasies Are Murder, The Secret in Phantom Forest, Trade Secret, Image in the Tapestry (which won a chapter book award) and In the Grand Scheme of Things (all with GumShoe Press 2006).


Mystery of the Attic was made into a play by the Café Theater in NJ, Oct. 2005. The storyline of this book will be the basis for a new and exciting interactive family amusement park ride currently in the hands of dark ride manufacturer Alterface

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