The Case of the Soggy Wallet A found wallet leads amateur mother and daughter detective duo Cindy and Simone Holmes to a case that takes them through jewelry shops and circus big tops hunting down clues with their trusty dog W

  • Title: The Case of the Soggy Wallet
  • Author: Molly Wright Kristen Wright
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A found wallet leads amateur mother and daughter detective duo, Cindy and Simone Holmes, to a case that takes them through jewelry shops and circus big tops, hunting down clues with their trusty dog Watson.

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      Published :2020-02-05T13:28:36+00:00

    About "Molly Wright Kristen Wright"

    1. Molly Wright Kristen Wright

      Full time freelance writer, Molly Wright, writes and ghostwrites for numerous magazines She particularly enjoys mysteries She lives in Columbia Missouri.

    963 thoughts on “The Case of the Soggy Wallet”

    1. I really liked this story John Holmes is a detective that is very happy with his work His wife Cindy and daughter Simone want to be involved in the business In fact, on the way home from helping with a stakeout, a soggy wallet is discover by Watson the dog Cindy and Simone are determined to find out who it belongs to When they inspect the wallet they find diamonds hidden in a secret pouch Now than ever they want to solve their very first case All the while they are trying to keep their sleuthi [...]


    2. Know those loopy scrawls going all over the place when you give a toddler a crayon That is what this book is like meandering all over with a barely tepid plot, a very gushy mother alternating between airhead and serious mom mode and a very precocious 13 year old who drinks soy milk and thinks every second passing by is a major turning point deserving a something awesome is happening to me now moment.Even if the book was aimed at 10 year olds, it could have been done better.


    3. Was a simple mystery I didn t really like the way the daughter talked to her parents or treated them I also didn t like how the parents interacted with her letting her make adult decisions when she is only 12 13 For these reasons, I believe that it was written by a 12 13 year old I became bored and I really had to force myself to finish


    4. Mildly entertaining It occurred to me that this must be a YA book, so I am evaluating it as such It s really just a long short story starring a precocious 13 year old The mystery is a bit convoluted and stretches the bounds of suspended disbelief Generally though, good clean fun no violence, sex or rough language Refreshing.


    5. I really liked this book It was a fun easy read for adults, with enough plot twists to keep things interesting, and probably a page turner for its intended audience Definitely something parents and children can read together It is being released in print sometime soon, and I look forward to reading and discussing it with my own kids.


    6. It was ok Lots of typos and other errors, which became distracting Cute story, but nothing compared to the real Sherlock Holmes.





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