If Walls Could Talk - Secrets of the Blue Hill Library - Book 9

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If Walls Could Talk - Secrets of the Blue Hill Library - Book 9
While investigating the damage in the basement of the library after a storm, Anne and Alex discover a human skeleton buried with an arrowhead and Aunt Edie’s bow and arrow. Did Anne’s great-aunt play a role in the death of this mysterious figure? Meanwhile, Anne encourages Ben to participate in the local church’s father-son retreat, to Ben’s disquiet. Can she figure out a way to get Ben enthusiastic about the event with one of Aunt Edie’s beloved hobbies?
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About If Walls Could Talk
After a heavy rain fall, Anne discovers that one of the walls in the library basement is crumbling. She asks Alex to evaluate the damage, but while they're examining the hole, they uncover a human skeleton! Anne finds an arrowhead buried with the skeleton, as well as Aunt Edie's bow and arrow hidden nearby. Surely her beloved relative had nothing to do with this mysterious person's death, did she? Anne must dig deeper into the library's past in order to learn the truth.

Meanwhile, Anne stumbles on a flyer for the church's father-son retreat in Ben's trash and is determined to find a way for him to participate, despite his protests. As she researches Aunt Edie's love of archery, she discovers a new link to her aunt who can help Anne pass on a very special legacy to Ben.

About the Secrets of the Blue Hill Library series
Welcome to Blue Hill, Pennsylvania, a place of rolling hills and charming Victorian homes. A place where neighbors greet neighbors with a welcoming wave and strangers soon become friends. Here, a gorgeous old house bequeathed by a beloved great-aunt becomes both a library and a home to young widow Anne Gibson and her two lively children. Here, where history and mystery, past and present come together, Anne must use her clever mind and flair for research to uncover the Secrets of the Blue Hill Library.

About the Author
Kristin Eckhardt, under the name Emily Thomas, is the author of Nowhere to Be Found, the first book in the new Guideposts Books series Secrets of the Blue Hill Library. Kristin is the author of more than 35 books, including 16 for Guideposts Books. She has won two national awards for her writing and her first book was made into a TV movie. Kristin and her husband have three adult children and live in central Nebraska. Kristin enjoys quilting, traveling and spending time with family.

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276 pages
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