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They Called it Moosicide: A Denali Hawthorne Alaska Mystery
     

They Called it Moosicide: A Denali Hawthorne Alaska Mystery

by Lisa Deckert
 
First a moose and now a frozen body in the front yard – was it a moosicide? Everyone seems to be writing off Jake’s death as a moose attack, but Denali isn’t so sure. As she learns more about Jake, she finds that there were a number of people with far better motives for his death than the moose. Can Denali and her friends find the real killer?

Overview

First a moose and now a frozen body in the front yard – was it a moosicide? Everyone seems to be writing off Jake’s death as a moose attack, but Denali isn’t so sure. As she learns more about Jake, she finds that there were a number of people with far better motives for his death than the moose. Can Denali and her friends find the real killer?

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"Moosicide is a delightful and compact story. The atmosphere is decidedly cosy and warm despite the unexpected neighbourhood death. The teenage characters are vivid and affirming with just the right amount of irreverent dialogue. Something to read in one go as you sit by the fire on a winters evening." - bookstackreviews.com
Goodreads.com - Jill Swanson
This was my favorite story included in the Denali Hawthorne Mystery Collection!
It is such a fun and quirky mystery. Denali is a great main character and I just loved her spunk and determination! Her level of curiosity reminds me of myself when I was younger!

If you like mystery and slightly bizarre happenings, you will love these!
Parents, this is the type of story you want your children reading!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014462372
Publisher:
Lisa Deckert
Publication date:
05/21/2012
Series:
Denali Hawthorne Mystery Series , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
282 KB

Meet the Author

I live in a split entry house. From the front door, a short flight of stairs leads up to the main floor and another leads down to a hallway lined with overstuffed bookshelves. One Halloween, I opened the door to two trick-or-treaters, about nine years old. As I offered them candy, one of the boys asked in an awed voice, "Are you rich?" Laughing I asked him why he thought so, and he said, "All of those books!" Afterward, I looked at the paperback mysteries, the old encyclopedia we'd acquired one volume a week at a grocery store, the assorted hardbacks from bargain tables and secondhand stores, and I realized that he's right, I am rich.

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