Author Ann Morgan Taylor marks her debut in the world of mystery fiction with the novel, Mystery of the McCALLUM FARM. The book's heady mix of richly drawn characters, riveting plot and surprising twists will have readers engrossed from beginning to end.
The story follows the adventures of Missey Wilcox, a spunky teenager and amateur detective. She comes by her sleuthing naturally as her father is the chief of police in Evergreen. While accompanying her grandmother on a visit to the McCallum farm, she discovers clues to the mystery of buried money stolen from the railroad a hundred years ago.
Determined to solve the mystery, Missey enlists the help of her best friend, Willow, to decipher the clues. The two are unaware that there is someone else looking for the stolen money, someone who is willing to remove all obstacles, including Missey, to get his hands on the buried treasure. Will Missey be able to unlock the mystery before the money falls into the wrong hands?
Brilliantly plotted and moving in page-turning suspense, Mystery of the McCALLUM FARM is a modern day adventure that will have readers glued to the pages and wanting for more.
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About the Author
Ann Morgan Taylor was the owner of an accounting and tax practice for twenty years. Now that she is retired, she is able to write full time. She is a history buff, collects antiques and enjoys incorporating these two hobbies into her writing. She lives in Pennsylvania with her two cats, Max and Peter.
Mystery of the McCALLUM FARM * by Ann Morgan Taylor
Publication Date: February 13, 2013
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