Whiz Tanner and the Mysterious Countdown

Whiz Tanner and the Mysterious Countdown

Whiz Tanner and the Mysterious Countdown

Whiz Tanner and the Mysterious Countdown

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It’s summertime in Jasper Springs! Amazingly (or not) it’s summertime in New York City where the agents of the Tanner-Dent Detective Agency are visiting Whiz’s Uncle Wilson. What could interfere with a nice city vacation? A dropped book for one thing--but not just any book. It was a Jasper Springs Library book. And ... inside it held a secret!
Who would lose a Jasper Springs Library book in New York City? What was the secret? Agents M and K are hot on the trail in the Big Apple to begin solving this one. It’s there that they find the one big clue that ties everything together.
But, that’s not the only thing our young heroes find. There’s no Apple Street in the Big Apple and New York City may have the best pizza in the world. But our young detectives must return home to solve the crime. They also have their biggest run-in yet with the Jasper Springs Police Department--Parents will be called!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946650085
Publisher: Rexroad International
Publication date: 01/01/2019
Series: Tanner-Dent Mysteries , #7
Edition description: Hardback ed.
Pages: 200
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.63(d)
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

Fred Rexroad lives in Vienna, Virginia and writes mystery stories. His life has been an eclectic array of locations and interests. He's lived in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, West coast, Midwest, South, Europe, and on a boat. He's printed cigar boxes, owned a magic store, flew a plane, built an ultralight, worked as a self-employed statistical analyst, photographed oil spills and shifting sandbars from a helicopter for the US Coast Guard, taught at Wright State University, solved logistics problems for the US Air Force, trained NATO personnel in the use of computer programs, wandered unarmed in warzones, was the top operations research analyst at the US Department of Education, did top-secret analysis for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and found some time to write children's stories. He's still trying to decide what he wants to be when he grows up.
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