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The Riddle of Raggedrock Ridge // A Susan Sand Mystery

The Riddle of Raggedrock Ridge (Susan Sand Mystery Stories, #4)The Riddle of Raggedrock Ridge by Marilyn Ezzell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

 

 

Review:

An easy read. I feel like these books do not receive the attention they deserve. It is so cool to read books written so many years ago, to compare modern books and their writing methods and how they have changed over the years.

A quick mystery, Susan Sand is an author of mystery novels by day, and solver of mysteries by night. She always happens upon mysteries needing solved while conducting research for her next novels, and Riddle of Raggedrock Ridge is no different. The fourth installment in the Susan Sand mystery novels includes all the characters you love: Marge, Prof. Scott, Brian, and Ikky!
There definitely is a build up for a possible romance between Susan and Prof. Scott.
Susan and Marge stumble upon an unsolved missing jewel mystery near Foxboro. When they take shelter at a nearby doctor’s home, they discover that the doctor and his nurse are hiding a major secret, one that may involve the lost Sutter jewels and Penelope. Susan dives head first into finding clues.

Wonderful read. For fans of Nancy Drew looking for a quick read, I highly recommend this series.

Are you of the few whom have read this series? What are your favorite mystery series? 

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