The Runaway: A Maryellen Mystery

The Runaway: A Maryellen Mystery

Alison Hart / Oct 14, 2019

The Runaway A Maryellen Mystery Scooter Maryellen s pudgy pet dachshund may be lazy but he s one of the family and Maryellen loves him dearly And he never misses a meal So when Scooter doesn t show up at dinnertime she s worrie

  • Title: The Runaway: A Maryellen Mystery
  • Author: Alison Hart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Scooter, Maryellen s pudgy pet dachshund, may be lazy, but he s one of the family, and Maryellen loves him dearly And he never misses a meal So when Scooter doesn t show up at dinnertime, she s worried Maryellen launches a search and discovers some strange goings on in her neighborhood With the help of her friends and family, the search for Scooter takes Maryellen fromScooter, Maryellen s pudgy pet dachshund, may be lazy, but he s one of the family, and Maryellen loves him dearly And he never misses a meal So when Scooter doesn t show up at dinnertime, she s worried Maryellen launches a search and discovers some strange goings on in her neighborhood With the help of her friends and family, the search for Scooter takes Maryellen from the streets of Daytona Beach to the rocket launchpad at Cape Canaveral

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    About "Alison Hart"

      • Alison Hart

        Alison Hart is a pseudonym for writer Alice LeonhardtA Virginia author of over twenty mysteries and historical fiction novels for children and teens, loves writing books that keep young readers glued to the pages At the age of seven she wrote, illustrated and self published The Wild Dog, a book which she shows to readers to make the point that it is never too early to be an author.


    931 Comments

    1. This story was more depressing than I expected. There was one place where a word was double-typed. Hart included a few details about the characters that I felt should have been up to Valerie Tripp. She also told a lot of details that anyone who's read Maryellen's other books would remember.


    2. A cute little mystery. It kept me turning pages, but wasn't anything spectacular. Definitely geared towards a younger audience and lots of fun.



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