The Dog Who Ate the Crossbow [NOOK Book]

Overview

It's been snowing in Canary Corners for three days bringing everything to a standstill including Marti's school. A deer drops dead right in front of Adam and Marti’s snowmobiles and while helping look for the poacher, another killing takes place. This time it’s a human that’s killed and now it’s up to Bagel to give Adam and Marti clues to help them determine the identity of the guilty party.

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The Dog Who Ate the Crossbow

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Overview

It's been snowing in Canary Corners for three days bringing everything to a standstill including Marti's school. A deer drops dead right in front of Adam and Marti’s snowmobiles and while helping look for the poacher, another killing takes place. This time it’s a human that’s killed and now it’s up to Bagel to give Adam and Marti clues to help them determine the identity of the guilty party.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044214286
  • Publisher: Edward Coburn
  • Publication date: 12/23/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 834,272
  • File size: 796 KB

Meet the Author

Edward J. Coburn is a computer programmer and a long-time writer. He began his writing career while teaching college when he started writing textbooks. Now, with many textbooks to his credit, he began seriously writing fiction in about 1996. His first book, Order of the White Feather: The sword of Dalamar may be purchased at Smashwords along with his latest book The Last Killer Standing. He is now writing a new alphabetical series of books beginning with The Dog Who Ate The Airplane: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 1 (available only at Amazon.com for a few more days). The Dog Who Ate The Burglar: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 2 was released in November 2012 and The Dog Who Ate The Crossbow: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 3 was released December 2012. The Dog Who Ate The Drawing: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 4 will be out in February 2013.

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