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The Case of the Nana-Napper

by Laura J. Burns

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Wright and Wong are on the case again, solving this mystery in their town of Bottomless Lake, Arizona.

A hurried note, a cell phone left behind and pictures missing from one of the photo albums are the clues that tell Agatha Wong and Orville Wright something is wrong. And that something is Nana Wong has been kidnapped!

Orville, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is the detail man. He sees and observes not so obvious or logical things that Agatha tends to miss. Agatha is the big picture partner, coming from a large and colourful family, she manages to put the pieces in order. Between the two, they solve any muster that comes their way.

This is #2 in a 4 books series. It is a fun read with funny stuff and stuff that makes your heart skip a few beats.

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Agatha believes that her Nana has been kidnapped and enlists Orville to help find out what has happened to her.

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