Solving crime in Stradivari Don''t Grow on Trees A new book gives you a fun detective story
They were an unlikely pair. Although six months older than Gitta, Pompom was half a head shorter, and while Gitta had smooth brown, shoulder-length hair and clear gray-blue eyes, Pompom sported a wild tangle of kinky red hair and dark, almost black eyes. Gitta was a scholar and an A student. Pompom detested school. Different as they may have been, they were inseparable. Little did they know that their unlikely friendship would take them to an adventure of a life time. Stradivari Don''t Grow on Trees is a book that gives you an interesting story about friendship, action and adventure. Let Agnes Maria Trifontaine take you to the world of the youngest detectives who ever lived.
Gitta''s friend Pompom has a passion for playing detective. However, the game becomes deadly serious when a precious Stradivarius violin is stolen from the antique store of Gitta''s grandfather. Gitta is horrified and fearful, but Pompom is triumphant. At last, a real case-no more fooling around with make-belief. Her clever detective nose has sniffed out several suspects, a fact that leads her on a dangerous chase, ending in a dark and moldy cellar. Who is the thief, the Glove Lady, Dapper Dan, the Gray Man or perhaps even the kindly Herr Kadinsky? Pompom is determined to find out.
Read more about their quest to finding the truth and enjoy the well-written plot that will keep you rooted on your seats. Enjoy and be inspired as this book gives you exciting situations in every page. Order a copy now.
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