The Clue of the Linoleum Lederhosen (A Pals in Peril Tale, Book 2)

The Clue of the Linoleum Lederhosen (A Pals in Peril Tale, Book 2)

M. T. Anderson

Language: English

Pages: 107

ISBN: 0152053522

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Clue of the Linoleum Lederhosen (A Pals in Peril Tale, Book 2)

M. T. Anderson

Language: English

Pages: 107

ISBN: 0152053522

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Book Details:

ASIN: B003L7867I
Publisher: Beach Lane Books
Publication Date: 2010-06-04
Number of Pages: 272
Website: Amazon, LibraryThing, Google Books

Synopsis from Amazon:

In The Clue of the Linoleum Lederhosen, Jasper, Lily, and Katie are enjoying a restful mountain lodge vacation when they stumble across a mystery involving duct tape, diamonds-and Bavarian folk pants!

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FUNNIEST GUY ON THE PLANET EARTH! AND IT IS MY BROTHER JANK!” Jank repeated, “Too bad his son only inherited the zeros, yeah? I said, ‘Too bad his son only got the zeros.’ “ Fud slapped his brother on the back. The two of them were laughing hysterically. “Would you people keep it down?” said a man in a mask with a gun. “Did you hear what he said?” screamed Fud. “This guy is the funniest guy ever! Did you hear him?” “First, Jasper said—Jasper Dash—he said, ‘The information of my dad is made

crazy, doesn’t it?” “Only the hammering, because it sounds like you’re inside my abdomen.” “I make tables and bureaus and things.” “They’re really cool, even if they’re kind of loud.” “I get a migraine headache for days if my sanding comes out sloppy. I have to stay in the dark and drink ginger ale and pretend I’m mahogany.” “I take her ice-cream floats like our grandma used to make.” Katie liked that they had hobbies. It made her feel kind of relieved. She had always thought they just

lunatic ravings about stuffed animals. “They say if you love something, set it free,” said Eddie Wax. “But what if you don’t love anything?” Eddie sighed. “Then,” he said, “you watch the Animal Channel.” And he walked over to the entertainment center and opened the doors. Imagine riding in a car that propelled itself by scraping a giant metal squeegee along an endless track of chalkboard. Now imagine going to a NASCAR race where there were eight of these screeching cars competing against

He took her hands. “Thank you for finding me. Thank you.” “Well, all’s well that ends well,” said Dr. Schmeltzer. “Let us now proceed posthaste to the cave. I shall scream loudly and incessantly to guide you.” Katie was angry now. She said, “It almost seems like you’re trying to get us caught.” “Young lady, that is the most—” But he did not finish his sentence, as he had seen a pair of glowing eyes looking at him out of the woods. The wolves were back, watching carefully, and braver. No

Lounge—if, for a moment, you think back to the last time you solved a mystery in a resort setting, you’ll know that this is the point in the game when you really need to start looking for suspects. I will parade a bunch of highly suspicious freaks past you, and you will have to ask yourself: 1. Did they have a motive to commit the crime? In other words, do they have a reason for doing the deed? 2. Did they have the opportunity to commit the crime? Do they have an alibi? 3. Did they have the

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