Hildegarde Withers Makes the Scene by Stuart Palmer
(The Hildegarde Withers Mysteries)

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To rescue a lost flower child, Miss Withersmust learn to think like a hippie
During a six-week college break, Lenore Gregory does what all the young girls are doing in the winter of 1969: She heads to Greenwich Village to protest the Vietnam War, painting flowers on her Volkswagen. And just as she’s starting to fit in, she disappears, becoming yet another missing hippie—and a problem for Detective Oscar Piper of the New York Police Department. Lenore’s last known whereabouts are New Mexico, on the road to Los Angeles, and there is only one person in California whom Piper trusts with the case. To find the missing girl, retired sleuth Hildegarde Withers is willing to go to the edge of consciousness and beyond. She has plenty of experience dealing with middle school children—can a flower child be any different? Hildegarde Withers Makes the Scene is part of the Hildegarde Withers Mysteries series, which also includes The Penguin Pool Murder and Murder on the Blackboard.

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Published May 14, 2013 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road. 182 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs. Fiction

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Miss Withers is called out of retirement again to check on the whereabouts of young Leonore Gregory who has disappeared in the direction of Hippyville.

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