"crime solving mystery by 12 year old girls. Can they clear a man name and reputation, while he's is in coma. Can't wait for book 2." Darlene said.
"An excellent mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I picked it up and could not put it down. I can't wait to start the next one." Kimberly Yoakem said.
"I LOVED this book. It was a great story and kept me interested the whole time. I neglected my kids for two whole days to finish it." StephyD said.
"Great characters; great plot! Glad abbey had someone like Bee around to help solve the mystery of the missing jewels and money." Williams said.
"This was a delight! I highly recommend :-) Keeps you engaged the entire time ...This author is teaching much about ethics and kindness/ the world." Katerina said.
"I just finished The Girl from Felony Bay, and as the father of two daughters I give it five stars and two thumbs up. It's a lively adventure full of wonderful details about the Lowcountry of South Carolina. Abbey Force, the book's intrepid young sleuth, figures out a few things about life as she unravels the mystery of Felony Bay. "How does one person end up with so much strong willpower and character and courage when another person has only laziness and greed?" she asks. "I've been wondering about all these things a lot, and so far the answer seems to be that it isn't whether people have money or education, or whether they're born into a 'good' family. Instead, for each of us our willpower, character, and courage end up being the result of the little decisions we make all by ourselves every single day. Just like grains of sand add up to make a beach, our choices add up to making us who we are." If you're looking for a fun mystery that challenges young readers to think about some important questions, this is a great pick." John said.