Vanished in Vista Point: a Forensics 411 mystery

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Summer. Seventy-seven glorious days to recover from the government-sanctioned, tax-payer-supported dystopia known as public education.

Seventy-seven days to practice boomerang tricks, produce more Forensics 411 webisodes, and pretend he doesn't care that his only friend is a bloodhound named Chaucer.

That's all Hank wants out of this summer in his coast North Carolina neighborhood. Instead, he gets mistaken for a local celebrity, accidentally makes a (human ) friend, and starts investigating a 35-year-old cold case that may or may not be related to the human skeleton unearthed by Chaucer.

But when evidence and people start disappearing, it is up to Hank and Hannah to solve the case before they become the next Vanished in Vista Point.

Product Details

Price
$13.99
Publisher
Fawkes Press, LLC
Publish Date
July 14, 2020
Pages
276
Dimensions
5.51 X 0.62 X 8.5 inches | 0.78 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781945419591
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About the Author

Whitney Verdin Skeen grew up in rural Lancaster County, Pennsylvania before cable television. With only three fuzzy channels to watch, and no air conditioning, she found solace in books. She spent her favorite summer days at the air-conditioned public library where she browsed the shelves for the perfect story, and found it many times over. Those library days inspired her first literary work, The Mouse That Couldn't Eat Cheese, back in second grade. She went on to graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and become a middle school teacher. For years, she witnessed the intense and erratic world that middle schoolers navigate daily. Those observations inspired her to create Hank, Hannah and the cast of characters that inhabit Vista Point. Today Whitney lives on the coast of North Carolina with her husband, two sons, and the dogs that love them. Vanished in Vista Point is her first novel.