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A to Z Mysteries: Books H-J: The Haunted Hotel; The Invisible Island; The Jaguar's Jewel

by Ron Roy

Other authors: David Pittu (Reader)

Series: A to Z Mysteries (Audiobook 8-10)

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Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. Mystery. HTML:THE HAUNTED HOTEL
H Is for Haunted . . . A ghost has checked into the Shangri-la Hotel! Itís almost Halloween, and
reports of strange sounds and even stranger sights are coming from Green Lawnís only hotel.
Every day, more and more guests are being scared away. Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose must
figure out whatís going on and catch the ghostóbefore Green Lawn turns into a ghost town!

THE INVISIBLE ISLAND
I Is for Island . . . Itís a beautiful day for a picnic! Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose pack up a basket
and wade out to Squaw Island to eat and explore. Before they can even spread their blanket,
they find a hundred-dollar bill in the sand! But when the kids come back the next day, the
entire island has mysteriously disappeared. What is the secret of Squaw Island?

THE JAGUARíS JEWEL
J Is for Jewel . . . When the kids visit Dinkís uncle in New York City, theyíre dazzled by his
museumís latest treasureóa statue of a gold jaguar with a precious emerald between its paws.
But when the jewel is swapped for a fake, the police name Dinkís uncle as the suspect! Itís up
to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to uncover the real crook. Who stole the jaguarís jewel?
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Juvenile Fiction. Juvenile Literature. Mystery. HTML:THE HAUNTED HOTEL
H Is for Haunted . . . A ghost has checked into the Shangri-la Hotel! Itís almost Halloween, and
reports of strange sounds and even stranger sights are coming from Green Lawnís only hotel.
Every day, more and more guests are being scared away. Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose must
figure out whatís going on and catch the ghostóbefore Green Lawn turns into a ghost town!

THE INVISIBLE ISLAND
I Is for Island . . . Itís a beautiful day for a picnic! Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose pack up a basket
and wade out to Squaw Island to eat and explore. Before they can even spread their blanket,
they find a hundred-dollar bill in the sand! But when the kids come back the next day, the
entire island has mysteriously disappeared. What is the secret of Squaw Island?

THE JAGUARíS JEWEL
J Is for Jewel . . . When the kids visit Dinkís uncle in New York City, theyíre dazzled by his
museumís latest treasureóa statue of a gold jaguar with a precious emerald between its paws.
But when the jewel is swapped for a fake, the police name Dinkís uncle as the suspect! Itís up
to Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose to uncover the real crook. Who stole the jaguarís jewel?

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