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In Too Deep : An Avalon Mystery

Book Description
Samantha Hope is a natural born snoop and budding writer of mystery novels. When her friend Bill Henry, a retired policeman, asks her to quit her job to go into the private investigations field with him, she jumps at the chance, not realizing just how easy it is for a novice to get into trouble.

As a favor to her neighbor's sister, she becomes embroiled in investigating the disappearance of ... More

Book Information
PublisherAvalon Books
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages192
Publication Date10/2000
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About Terri Alcock (Author) : Terri Alcock is a published author. Published credits of Terri Alcock include Held For Ransom - An Avalon Mystery and In Too Deep : An Avalon Mystery.
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