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Something's Fishy at Ash Lake - An Amber and Elliot Mystery #1

Susan Brown, Anne Stephenson

Publisher: Susan Brown

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Someone is determined to sabotage Ash Lake computer camp! But who? And why? 
Part time detectives and full time mischief-makers Liz Elliot & Amber Mitchell get themselves in way over their heads when an evil prankster threatens their summer vacation! They should be roasting marshmallows, not risking their lives! 
“Amber!” Liz clutched Amber’s arm. “Did you hear something?” 
The two girls stood perfectly still, ears straining, hearts thumping through the darkness… 
A shadow slipped across the floor. Soft footsteps sounded from the far side of the kitchen. The girls cowered against the wall. They could see feet, then legs. Moonlight silhouetted a dark figure by the door… 
If they’re not careful, Amber & Elliot’s two-week stay at Ash Lake computer camp could be their last…ever!

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