After the death of the kindly old man who lives in a blue house, a girl and her friends attempt to piece elusive clues together in hopes of finding a treasure they think he has left to one of them.
Sequel: Susannah and the poison green Halloween.
|Statement||by Patricia Elmore ; illustrated by John C. Wallner|
|Contributions||Wallner, John C. ill|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.E4796 Su 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||79020491|
A mild, readable little mystery that has narrator Lucy and her smart friend Susannah, a judge's granddaughter and a would-be detective, snooping around at night in the large but rundown house of a recently deceased, once-wealthy old man. The snooping is on behalf of classmate Juliet, a shy girl with a bad scar who had been close to the old man. Get this from a library! Susannah and the Blue House mystery. [Patricia Elmore; John Wallner] -- After the death of the kindly old man who lives in a blue house, a girl and her friends attempt to piece elusive clues together in hopes of finding a treasure they think he has left to one of them. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Susannah and the Blue House Mystery by Patricia Elmore, July , Scholastic Paperbacks edition, Paperback in EnglishPages: Blue House Books 9 hrs In the dark underbelly of Victorian London, a formidable female sleuth is pulled into the macabre world of fanatical anatomists and crooked surgeons while investigating the kidnapping of an extraordinary child in this gothic mystery—perfect for fans 5/5(11).
Directed by Sandy Johnson. With David Ryall, Susannah York, John Castle, Peter Helmer. A middle-aged man is still haunted by a love affair from his youth which almost ended in murder/10(2). By: A. A. Milne () The Red House Mystery is a novel by A. A. Milne about the mysterious death of Robert Ablett inside the house of his brother, Mark Ablett while there was a party taking place. It’s a whodunit novel with a simple story that's skilfully told. Milne is best known for his works about Winnie the Pooh, but before he became famous for telling stories about this teddy bear 5/5(16). Feta Attraction (Greek to Me Mystery #1), Olive and Let Die (Greek to Me Mystery #2), and A Killer Kebab (Greek to Me Mystery, #3) Book 1. Feta Attraction. by Susannah Hardy. Ratings Reviews published 3 : Susannah Hardy. Susannah and the Blue House Mystery by Patricia Elmore E.P. Dutton, New York. Scholastic, New York. Grades: 5–7 Susannah (an amateur herpetologist) and Lucy have formed a detective agency. They check into the death of a kindly old antique dealer who lived in the mysterious “Blue House.”.
The Book. The Blue House. This inspiring memoir by Michael Simmons highlights his mother’s efforts to protect her children from her alcoholic, abusive husband. After a DWI results in him losing his job, Michael’s father moves his family from Arkansas to Missouri, where losing another job means the family moves to a small house in the. Published Nov by DC. Available Stock. Add to want list. This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available. Cover art by Ruben Moreira. "You Get What You Vote For!" public service announcement starring Buzzy, script by Jack Schiff, art by Win. Discount prices on books by Susannah Stacey, including titles like Conduct and Accountability in Financial Services. Click here for the lowest price. Susannah Stacey is a pseudonym used by writers Jill Staynes and Margaret Storey. Under this name, the team have produced a series of mystery novel featuring widowed British police Superintendent Bone. They also write a series of mysteries set during the Italian Renaissance under the name of Elizabeth Eyre.. Titles include. Goodbye Nanny Gray (); A Knife at the Opera ().