Julie, a young teen, dreads spending the summer on a Canadian island with relatives she’s never met. Things look better when she gets to know Stan and she finds a wonderful dog for a friend. The reporter who interviews her uncle is a bit pushy, but that’s interesting, and so is the mysterious old woodcarver who lives at Dead Man’s Point. Julie’s hopes for happiness begin to rise. But everything falls apart when stolen artifacts and her spiteful cousin threaten disaster. She can’t help wondering: does God care? ~ Christian mystery fiction for ages 10 and up. FREE December 1-3.
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Adventure, mystery, and wild creatures all play a part in Gloria Repp’s many books for children. She grew up in the Hawaiian Islands and the Pacific Northwest, and it was there she learned a love for wilderness that pervades her stories. Over the years, her experiences gained from raising three children, teaching school, and editing have made useful contributions to her work.~ Gloria enjoys reading mystery stories, and as she remembered her summers spent on a beautiful island in Canada, she decided that it was the perfect place for an adventure that could change a young teen’s life: THE MYSTERY OF THE INDIAN CARVINGS.