Smugglers of Mallory Square by Jere Steele

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In In the 1950's, Key West had yet to experience the melee of being sought out as a tourist-haven. Times were simpler; doors still remained unlocked on people homes, and young people could travel the island on foot or bike without their parent's being too concerned. However, with the coming of the first storm of summer, three preteen's lives would be changed forever.

On the first day of Colby's, Michael's, and Andrea's summer vacations, their lives would become intertwined with a mysterious entity from the past, and also with a more-than-scary individual lurking in the shadows.

Having to rely upon their common sense, knowledge gleaned from Nancy Drew books, and advice from their parents, the trio soon find themselves 'playing-out' a real-life mystery. Their childlike naivete, however, just may cost them their lives.

Smugglers of Mallory Square was written specifically for 10-11 year olds. No graphic language or actions are included in the story. The story was written to reflect the innocence an era gone by.


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Published December 27, 2010 by Authorhouse. 276 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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