Mysteries Can Be Buried

Mysteries Can Be Buried

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Overview

Twombly and Golden County's past and present collide when an archeological team uncovers a buried house that vanished without a trace during a record flood in 1844. When two mummified bodies are found inside, and it's clear that a murder was committed, the archeological team sponsored by Twombly College to discover the Sutton House is replaced by the police. Who killed whom and why?

At first the old murder is merely interesting, but then moonshine is added to the cocktail as the old illegal liquor trade has also reappeared and is seeping into Golden County. Teens are the ones drinking it -- and murder is the result.
Will 'Miss Marple' Emory and her 'Nancy Drew' sidekick Madison be able to sort myths and rumors from facts to solve both cases before someone else dies?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161204153
Publisher: Sandra Richardson
Publication date: 03/13/2019
Series: The Can Be Mysteries Book 3 , #3

About the Author

Slightly quirky, always creative, Pearl R. Meaker has been an artist, singer and craftsperson her whole life. Although she's always had stories in her head, they didn't come out to play with others until the advent of home computers with their ease of making corrections and moving bits around.

After several years of writing fanfiction in the world of Tolkien's Middle-Earth, she took a couple of writing courses and dove into writing original works of fiction, and The Can Be Mysteries were born.

When not playing with story ideas, you can find Pearl playing with yarn - either knitting or crocheting, doing other arts and crafts, bird watching and photographing nature, playing bluegrass fiddle (her husband plays banjo), or relaxing with her hubby on the sofa watching mystery shows on Netflix.

Oh - and reading all sorts of books, but especially cozy and other types of mysteries!

The books in The Can Be Mysteries Series are reminiscent of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple mysteries, which is why Pearl has chosen to characterize her stories as "Murder Genteel."

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