Silver Surprise

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Join in a Treasure Hunt with a Witty Antique Shop Owner Who Depends on Faith and Friends to Uncover Secrets from the Past.

 Everyone in Silver Peak, Colorado, knows Sadie Speers as the town’s unofficial historian. The Antique Mine, her well-stocked antique shop, is a favorite of both locals and visitors alike in this historic mining town. Silver Peak’s past is full of mysteries, and no one is better at solving them than Sadie .Leave your cares behind and head to the high country of Silver Peak, Colorado, for some super-sleuthing fun that will bring the history of the town to life. Follow the adventures of antique shop owner Sadie Speers as she digs into history to solve mysteries left behind in the items she sells. Dig deep into the pages of Mysteries of Silver Peak and lose yourself in the captivating suspense of a faith-filled novel set in a historic and beautiful mining town. Take a stroll down Main Street, flanked by stately 19th-century brick buildings and set against majestic snow-capped mountains. Wander into the Antique Mine and feel yourself drawn back in time…

Mysteries of Silver Peak, book 3

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Description

When Sadie Speer’s grandson, Theo Macomb, finds an old ledger at a yard sale in Denver, he eagerly shows it to her. Oddly, the book contains diary entries, not numbers. It seems to hold clues to an unsolved Silver Peak bank robbery that implicated the father of James Morgan, the current bank president and Edwin Marshall’s opponent for the mayoral race. Theo tells his friends about the book, inadvertently renewing speculation about the scandal and threatening James’s chances in the election. Meanwhile, when someone begins sabotaging his campaign, rumors fly that Edwin is behind the mischief. Can Sadie piece together the clues to clear both men’s reputations?

Additional information

Format

Hardback

Publication Date

2014

Publisher

Guideposts

Series

Mysteries of Silver Peak

Writer

Carole Jefferson

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