Island Intrigue: A Sabrina Dunsweeny Mystery [NOOK Book]

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Sane people are boring, Sabrina Dunsweeney tells her friends when they try to convince her that she is crazy to travel to tiny, isolated Comico Island to recover from a cancer scare and the sudden loss of her mother. Sabrina, who has a tendency toward hypochondria and very bad cooking, soon meets Lima Lowry, the tallest tale-teller on the island. He tells her all about the pirate Walk-the-Plank Wrightly, who died two hundred years ago and who has recently made a cameo reappearance in Sabrina’s rose garden. Lima ...
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Island Intrigue: A Sabrina Dunsweeny Mystery

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Overview

Sane people are boring, Sabrina Dunsweeney tells her friends when they try to convince her that she is crazy to travel to tiny, isolated Comico Island to recover from a cancer scare and the sudden loss of her mother. Sabrina, who has a tendency toward hypochondria and very bad cooking, soon meets Lima Lowry, the tallest tale-teller on the island. He tells her all about the pirate Walk-the-Plank Wrightly, who died two hundred years ago and who has recently made a cameo reappearance in Sabrina’s rose garden. Lima invites her to a campaign fund-raising tea party at the prestigious Tittletott House, where Sabrina is surprised to find the stoic islanders clutching monstrous neon teapots as they begin a mass stampede toward the lone bathroom, spurred on by an unexpected ingredient in the chocolate scones. It seems someone is determined to ruin Brad Tittletott’s campaign for the most coveted title on the island: president of the sanitary commission. Everyone is sure it’s the crazy Wrightlys, who have hated the Tittletotts for centuries, but could it be a member of Brad’s own family? Then Sabrina finds the ghostnow truly dead in her rose garden and is soon drawn into a maze of deadly island intrigue! Island Intrigue starts a fascinating new series.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781615952908
  • Publisher: Poisoned Pen Press
  • Publication date: 5/27/2011
  • Series: Sabrina Dunsweeny Mysteries, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 252
  • Sales rank: 1,089,922
  • File size: 641 KB

Meet the Author

Critically-acclaimed author Wendy Howell Mills enjoys writing humorous mysteries set in an eclectic, island locale. She lives on a tropical island off the southwest coast of Florida with her husband and two young sons, where she spends her time writing and dodging hurricanes. Island Blues is the second book in this Island-Style Mystery Series.
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