The Mischiefteeers is the final volume in the series, The Sweet Smell of Rotten Eggs. As in the previous three volumes in this series there is happiness, sadness, joy, fear, and excitement in this refreshingly wholesome fiction book of childrens adventures that occurr on their grandparents Oregon Ranch.
It is the fourth year Grandpa and Grandma Christie have invited five of their grandchildren to spend summer vacation on their cattle ranch. Each of the children has their own unique adventures, in which the others may also play a part, including a calf riding accident, a near drowning, a sighting of Bigfoot, a mysterious paintball fight, encounters with wild animals, domesticating and training wildlife, and participating in a program for disabled and underprivileged children,.
Through these adventurous experiences, Zach, Avery, Ryan, Morgan, and Mia, ages fifteenn to seven, learn life lessons that include integrity, love, selflessness, discilpline, work ethic, and honesty that exemplify the values that will help mold their characters for the rest of their lives.
Cover Graphics/Art Credit:
Linda Christie Fabrizius and Joshua Thomas Smith
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About the Author
With the completion of Volume 4 The Mischiefteers, the final volume of the series The Sweet Smell of Rotten Eggs, Ed Christie looked forward to taking some time to visit and spend time with family. At the age of eighty-three, he had lived a full and varied life. He had been a cattle rancher, a merchant seaman, a sailor in both the Navy and Coast Guard having served in WWII and the Korean conflict, and a pilot.
For thirty years he was in law enforcement in California. After retiring he became a corporate security supervisor and anti-terrorist instructor in South America, North Africa, and Russia (Siberia).
He was so proud of his growing brood, and he had written four fun, adventurous fictitious books, each including the names of his different grandchildren.
His immense love of family and the passing of tradition, values, and to strive to live a life of integrity, were most important. With all of his love, he dedicated this series of stories to his family... but most especially to his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Our beloved dad and grandpa, Ed, was diagnosed with cancer and passed a few months later on February 26, 2011. He was the first to say that he had very few regrets and had lived a full and fascinating life. We are so blessed that he left us with so many fun-filled and entertaining memories and, of course, The Sweet Smell of Rotten Eggs.