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The Mystery of Olsen Island

The Mystery of Olsen Island

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by Bert Brun
     
 

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Eric Harmon is visiting his salmon fisherman Uncle Larry and his wife, Olga, in beautiful British Columbia. He discovers a mysterious totem pole in the woods and soon teams up with a Northwest Native American girl, Jenny Whitefeather, to try to discover the pole's story, which seems to be buried in ancient Salish Indian tribal lore. The two youngsters run afoul of two

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Eric Harmon is visiting his salmon fisherman Uncle Larry and his wife, Olga, in beautiful British Columbia. He discovers a mysterious totem pole in the woods and soon teams up with a Northwest Native American girl, Jenny Whitefeather, to try to discover the pole's story, which seems to be buried in ancient Salish Indian tribal lore. The two youngsters run afoul of two American marijuana growers who try to kill them. In the end, the bad guys are caught by the Mounties, and the mystery solved, with the help of an oceanographic analysis scientist at the Victoria, British Columbia Museum. -- 150 years earlier the tribe was nearly wiped out by a huge tidal wave. The two youngsters vow to team together next summer to solve a new mystery.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448642519
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/10/2009
Pages:
134
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.29(d)

Meet the Author

Bert Brun, a former oceanographer, has been writing as an avocation for 50 years and now, in his retirement, produced several novels and plays. He lives with his wife, Ann, two dogs and six cats near the Alabama Gulf Coast

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