By Nero Blanc
Five yule mysteries for readers to unravel besides crossword legend Belle Graham and PI Rosco Polycrates
The husband-and-wife sleuth group is again in 5 stories of vacation secret and mayhem. “Holly, Jolly Roger” takes Belle and Rosco to sunny St. Lucia within the Caribbean as they fight to decipher the clues to a mythical buried treasure. “The secret of Wordsworth House” may possibly stay simply that except Belle and Rosco can flip their remain at a snowy Montreal hotel right into a likelihood for a kin to resolve the riddle in their prior . . . with assistance from a ghost. There’s no position like Las Vegas for the vacations, yet “A Crossworder’s Gift” may perhaps by no means achieve its meant recipient if Belle can’t fit up the out-of-order clues strewn all through a excessive roller’s suite to shape a crossword puzzle that would result in the money. visitor of honor at a puzzle conference close to the Grand Canyon, Belle—with assistance from her detective husband, Rosco—must get to the bottom of a murdered crossworder’s final puzzle and testomony in “The Eraser’s Edge.” whilst a snowstorm strands a five-woman stitching circle, a “Cross Stitch” in time may perhaps save—or destroy—reputations and lives if a perplexing fact a few lifeless heiress is revealed.
This book comprises 5 crossword puzzles that may be downloaded as PDFs, with solutions behind the ebook.
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Uncle Ralph doesn't want me with him. Oh, we get along okay"—she wanted to chase away Grandma's worried frown—"but he'll be glad when I'm gone. And so will I," she added. Grandma hugged her. "My Ralph is a loner, I'm afraid. He's lived by himself for a long time, and he's used to it. But I'm sure he's glad to have you with him, dear. I'm just sure of it! " Chris sighed. "He loves you, Grandma. " "Of course he loves me," Grandma said. "But he Grandma's Hint 47 loves you, too, dear. " Chris remembered Uncle Ralph crawling out on the branch to test her swing, even though he was afraid.
Find a project. Chris sat up straight. That was what her mother had told her on the telephone, and Chris had agreed, planning then to find out more about the little boy. Now she decided she wanted to forget him. She'd find another project. Don't sit around and mope, was what her mother always advised. Get going! Chris narrowed her eyes and looked out over the gray water. What could she do? What would keep her busy during the long hours while Uncle Ralph was working? What would keep her out of that house?
He might accuse her of moving it herself. He might get angry all over again. The gray head was already bent over the book beside his plate. He wouldn't want to know, she decided. He doesn't want to think about anything that isn't in a book. But something scary was happening in this house. Something bad! She almost forgot to eat, trying to figure out what it was. Uncle Ralph swallowed his last spoonful of cereal 43 44 CHRISTINA'S GHOST and closed his book. "We're going to see your grandmother today," he said.
A Crossworder's Gift: Five Short Tales (Crossword Mysteries, Book 7) by Nero Blanc