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Book 10 of Accidental Detectives. A free trip to a beautiful Colorado ski resort seems to be a perfect Christmas vacation for Ricky and his friends. However, a hotel ?re and a terrifying slide down Kamikaze Run aren't the best way to start out! And when a ghostly apparition begins haunting the resort, Ricky must learn new lessons about faith and trust, even as he attemptsBook 10 of Accidental Detectives. A free trip to a beautiful Colorado ski resort seems to be a perfect Christmas vacation for Ricky and his friends. However, a hotel ?re and a terrifying slide down Kamikaze Run aren't the best way to start out! And when a ghostly apparition begins haunting the resort, Ricky must learn new lessons about faith and trust, even as he attempts to solve the mysterywithout putting his life in peril!...

Title : Terror On Kamikaze Run
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ISBN : 9780764225734
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 264 Pages
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Terror On Kamikaze Run Reviews

  • Mark Baker
    2019-05-11 23:57

    When Ricky and his friends are offered a week at a ski resort in Colorado, it seems too good to pass up. They are supposed to be watching out for something odd that might be happening in the lodge, but they don’t know what might be wrong. Their first night there, a fire breaks out in the room where they are staying. Then they see the ghost of a woman who died in the area years ago. What is going on?As readers, we get to strap in for another fun mystery. The plot is strong again, giving us twists and good clues before we reach the logical ending. The characters are so much fun and better than many we see in middle grade novels. Plus the humor sprinkled throughout adds a nice touch. There are some Christian themes woven into the novel as well, but all without preaching at us once.Read my full review at Carstairs Considers.

  • Denae Christine
    2019-04-23 05:58

    Still one of my favorite books ever. I think I loved it before I had tried skiing.