Ukuleles Undercover

Ukuleles Undercover

by Cheryl Linn Martin

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Ukuleles Undercover by Cheryl Linn Martin

When threats and warnings intermingle with the melodic sounds of ukuleles at the local music school, Leilani and The Hawaiian Island Detective Club members set off to solve another case! Who could be behind the threats? Could it be Leilani's mean math teacher, Mr. Edwards, who also happens to be her mom's new boyfriend? Or, perhaps it's Chad Rivers, Mrs. Lee's former boyfriend. Can Leilani learn to balance the case with her own new-found love? Could there be a third culprit in their midst? One thing is for sure: when it comes to the Hawaiian Island Detective Club, some things aren't what they seem!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938388286
Publisher: Comfort Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 08/31/2013
Series: Hawaiian Island Detective Club , #3
Pages: 203
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 8 - 13 Years

About the Author

Cheryl Martin is a graduate of the University of Oregon. After pursuing a successful Parks and Recreation career, Ms. Martin now focuses on her passion -- writing mystery novels. The Hawaiian Island Detective Club combines her love of all things Hawaiian and her fascination with intrigue. A wife and mother of three grown children, memories of raising her spirited kids inspire many of her characters' quirks, relationships, and mishaps.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A hat trick for the HIDC! Cheryl Linn Martin scores again with Ukuleles Undercover, the third book in the Hawaiian Island Detective Club series. Cheryl does a wonderful job in creating coming-of-age feelings in Leilani that are age-appropriate and touching. I cried when Leilani found a letter for her in her father's ukulele case, as our father played the uke, too. I love the family dynamics, and Leilani's struggles with her mother's growing attraction to her math teacher were handled very well. The scene descriptions are brilliant, yet so natural I swear I could smell pineapples outside, and I live in Maine! A great read for all ages. Well done!