Biggie and the Quincy Ghost by Nancy Bell

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The 5th book in a delightful series by Nancy Bell where a young boy, JR, serves as the narrator.

In this adventure Biggie Weatherford and her grandson JR go to Quincy to learn about their historical society. That night their host tells them a ghost story about a young woman who went on a picnic and was never seen alive again. The next morning JR finds a body in the hotel fountain. The deputy in charge of the case asks Biggie to help him solve it.
 

About Nancy Bell

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Nancy Bell lives in Pittsburg, Texas. She writes full time and lives with her cats, Gomer and Goober, in a fine old house on a tree-lined street.
 
Published September 5, 2001 by Minotaur Books. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Think of a six-letter word that starts with B and means "a barrel of fun." Yes, "Biggie"! That intrepid sleuth from Job's Crossing, Tex., is back with her 12-year-old grandson,

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When Firman's neighbor is shot to death, Biggie realizes she must reconsider the clues she's gathered, but it's only when J.R., convinced that Biggie is more interested in detecting than in saving him from his detested grandparents, runs away, that the murders are solved.

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Think of a six-letter word that starts with B and means "a barrel of fun." Yes, "Biggie"! That intrepid sleuth from Job's Crossing, Tex., is back with her 12-year-old grandson,

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