Bailey Fish, 11, is happy when the Keswick family plans to move into a once-elegant country home near where she and her grandmother, Sugar, live at Lake Anna. The adopted, homeschooled brothers,Noah and Fred Keswick, are about Bailey's age and fun to be with. Bailey and Justin Rudd, a neighborhood boy with a reputation of being a bully, are hired to help the Keswicks with cleaning and repairs. The kids are excited to discover valuable and historic items among the trash inside the old house. Then, one by one, these treasurers disappear. Justin's unusual behavio9r makes him the main suspect as detectives Noah, Fred and Bailey try to solve the mystery.
About the Author
Linda Salisbury is also the author of "Mudd Saves the Earth," a humorous environmental book for kids, "Mother's: A Novel of hoarding, friending and mischief," and "But You Don't Look Funny." She lives in Central Virginia where she writes and plays music.