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Story hours for kids are great, but why should they get all the fun? We've finished If you lived here, I'd know your name, by Heather Lende. Join us for the next book, a mystery from Alaskan author Sue Henry.
We'll kick off The Serpents Trail on May 6th by learning a bit about Sue Henry and her work, and will start reading the actual story on Friday, May 13th, which seems appropriate for a mystery!
The Serpents Trail by Sue Henry
Publication Date: 2004-04-06
From an author whose "twists and turns keep you turning the pages" (Denver Post) comes a brand-new mystery series starring Maxie McNabb-an independent retiree whose adventures across the country in her motor home are destined for murderous roadblocks. At 63, Maxie is cruising down the Alaska Highway in her brand-new Winnebago. She's always been a gypsy at heart-and with her mini-dachshund at her side, and the open road ahead, she's never been happier. But before her exploration of the Lower Forty-eight gets underway, Maxie needs to figure out who burglarized her friend's Colorado home-and why. But the closer Maxie gets to solving the puzzle, the more it becomes chillingly clear that her friend's life isn't the only one on the line...