Disappearance at Hangman's Bluff

  • Title: Disappearance at Hangman's Bluff
  • Author: J.E.Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780062104519
  • Page: 446
  • Format: ebook
  • Disappearance at Hangman s Bluff Abbey and her best friend Bee are back solving another mystery with its roots deep in Southern history in this follow up to The Girl from Felony Bay Just in case your memory s as short as a South
    Abbey and her best friend, Bee, are back, solving another mystery with its roots deep in Southern history, in this follow up to The Girl from Felony Bay.Just in case your memory s as short as a South Carolina snowstorm, my best friend, Bee, and I spent the last few months solving this crazy mystery involving robbery, betrayal, and a lost chest of Spanish gold We also manaAbbey and her best friend, Bee, are back, solving another mystery with its roots deep in Southern history, in this follow up to The Girl from Felony Bay.Just in case your memory s as short as a South Carolina snowstorm, my best friend, Bee, and I spent the last few months solving this crazy mystery involving robbery, betrayal, and a lost chest of Spanish gold We also managed to clear my dad of the crimes everyone thought he d committed even though he still hadn t woken up from his coma Not too shabby for a summer vacation.Now school s about to start up again, but that ain t even close to the most distressing thing happening around here First, my dad woke up, which is great, but he somehow got it into his head that he needed to start taking cases again Then me and Bee saw something simply awful our neighbor s dog, Yemassee, getting kidnapped by a couple of rough looking fellas with guns And as if that weren t enough, we just found out that someone Daddy sued years ago is back in town, making shady business deals again.I don t know what all this means, not yet But I do know that if you try to mess with my dad, my friends, or my friends dogs, you ve got trouble on your hands Trouble that goes by the name of Abbey Force.

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    1. I think I liked the sequel Disappearance At Hangman's Bluff even more then the first book The Girl From Felony Bay! Kids are going to love this action packed, fast paced mystery set on an island off the coast of South Carolina. Abbey and Bee use antics similar to the movie Home Alone to help them escape from criminals and solve the mystery of a retired judge's missing dog and more. LOVED it and so will middle grade readers! Can't wait to get it into their hands!

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    2. Abbey and Bee are enjoying the last days of summer, and when Judge Gator asks them to check on Yemassee, his expectant Boykins spaniel (WHY does Ohio not have a state dog, if South Carolina can?), they are more than happy to. Unfortunately, when they get onto the property, they can’t find Yemassee, and a bit later see men in a truck shoot her. They immediately run for Bee’s grandmother, and the police are called. Since there have been major robberies on Leadenwah Island, including an armored [...]

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    3. A great addition to the Felony Bay series. Those girls can rock a mystery!

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    4. I think that this book was an amazing book full of twist and turns. I felt like part of the story and the writer did a fantastic job of using words to the full advantage, helping the reader to really become abbey. I also think that the ending was perfect, it displayed how strong and driven the girls were. Abbey and bee truly stepped up to the plate when it was time.

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    5. Bee and Abbey are back in action. This time they are tackling a corrupt developer who is ruining an old slave graveyard and all during a hurricane! What an action packed and interesting mystery!

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    6. Abbey and Bee are back! I was thrilled when I saw this book was being published as The Girl from Felony Bay was one of my favorites from 2013. School is about to start again for Abbey Force, but that doesn't mean things are calm or "normal" for her after the summer she had clearing her Daddy's name. She and her new best friend ("hister" they call themselves) Bee find themselves in the midst of another mystery. After going to Judge Gator's house to check on his expectant Boykins spaniel, Yemassee [...]

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    7. Eyewitnesses to a dognapping, 12 year-old best friends Abbey and Bee hop on their ponies to follow clues throughout a South Carolina island to rescue a pregnant Boykin spaniel. Abbey charges ahead and follows her gut while Bee relies on hard facts and clear thinking. Together, they make a perfect team as Force and Force Investigators. The girls share a last name, but the way they are related "could only happen in the South." Abbey's ancestors had once owned Reward Plantation where Bee's ancestor [...]

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    8. Last year one of my favorite novels was Girl From Felony Bay. I loved the mystery, humor, and friendship in this story. I never wanted to put it down and each cliffhanger left me wondering about the next chapter and the next adventure. The book was dramatic and realistic, detailed and had characters that you wanted to root for. This is a story that includes important parts of our history that sometimes we overlook. So when I heard there was a sequel to be released in 2014, I immediately took int [...]

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    9. I don't often give books 5/5 stars but this one is extremely worthy of it. Disappearance at Hangman's Bluff was an incredibly action packed story. Abby and Bee Force are back at it again. These girls, sisters by poor circumstances, and using their Force and Force investigations company they started, are very good at trusting their instincts. They trust each other and balance each other, sometimes causing one to talk the other into a little mischief. In this book, they are trying to solve a small [...]

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    10. Fun, adventure packed story that will have students cheering for Abbey and Bee at the end. This second story featuring the two friends on a SC island has them once again solving a mystery. Judge Gator’s dog is missing and Abbey feels compelled to find her. As she and Bee go looking, they run into trouble – the kind with men and guns. Throw in her nemesis, Donna LaBelle, a few robberies, and a hurricane, and the reader is swept into a face-paced adventure mystery. A great story for students w [...]

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    11. It always amazes me when kid characters disobey their parents and take on dangerous criminals. The relationship between Abbey and Bee is very unique, because Abbey's relatives used to own Bee's family as slaves. Bee's family bought Abbey's old home after her dad racks up medical bills recovering from a coma. The plot describes a nice mystery that should be easily followed by readers. The author includes just enough action and suspense to keep readers wanting to reach the climax.

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    12. In this sequel to The Girl from Felony Bay, Abbey and Bee have another mystery on their hands. When they witness someone stealing their neighbor's pregnant Boykin Spaniel, they feel they must find her before the impending tropical storm hits the island. One clue leads to another as they uncover a murder and links to a string of robberies. Includes interesting information about slave graveyards as well. Recommended for grades 5-8.

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    13. Feisty and whip-smart Abbey and Bee Force are back with another mystery to solve. This one starts with the kidnapping of Judge Gator's Boykin spaniel, Yamassee, and leads, once again, to Hangman's Bluff where the girls and others are held hostage at gunpoint. The subject of slavery is addressed and central to the story in an intelligent, thoughtful and thought-provoking way without being didactic.

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    14. I don't know how I feel about this book. I didn't like it when I was reading it. Maybe because I didn't read the first book before I read this one. I say I didn't like it yet when I was reading, I couldn't stop and pages and pages and so more pages are turned. I was interested in what was going to happen next. Well written book but I guess I didn't feel a connection to the characters and the plot wasn't really up my lane. But good book nonetheless.

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    15. Had just as much fun hanging out with Abbey and Bee in this book too! The kids loved it, and begged at each chapter endr one more, pleeeeease!There is a dead body found and talk about slave graves tender children may not appreciate that part. It's quite an adventure! If there is another in the Felony Bay series, we'll be sure to pick it up!

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    16. Another awesome page-turner from J E Thompson! Not often the case, Book 2 is as good, if not better than book 1. Both are awesome! The language, the character development, the plot developmentjust wonderful! I might be a bit partial because of the setting in SC, but it is really really a great story that is well written!

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    17. Really liked this mystery based in South Carolina. You learn a lot about the history and traditions of slaves and plantations in that area, as well as the legal issues surrounding land development. Great story about 2 girls (one white, one black) and how they learn about their families' past histories and how they come to terms with it.

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    18. I really liked this book. It was a really good book. The beginning was very slow, but it picked up speed as you went through. I recommend this book to anyone who has read the first book, "The Girl From Felony Bay", or is looking for a good mystery.

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    19. I really loved how the first book was not only a mystery but a fictional story set right in the area I currently live in. This book was even more enticing because the characters are investigating a new crime along with some feuds against other characters. Kept me on the edge of my seat.

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    20. 2nd in a series2 girls on a barrier island decide to investigate crimes.But, much deeper and reads older than Encyclopedia Brown. narrator reminds me of scout. Lots of southern history.

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    21. I liked this book just as much as I liked the first. Keep them coming, Mr. Thompson!

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    22. Very good read. Parts are very suspenseful - a page turner.

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    23. I wish she had referenced her first book before releasing this. The whole summer for Abby and Bee changed in the second book.

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    24. A great mystery for younger readers.

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    25. Good beginning, good ending -- middle dragged a bit. Nice read though.

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    26. Loved this one as much as the first. Another great read that is a perfect addition to a middle grade library. You won't want to put the book down when you get to the last 90 pages or so.

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    27. Another great Abby and Bee Force mystery!

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    28. Good beginning, good ending -- middle dragged a bit. Nice read though.

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    29. I like this better than its predecessor, but as I read them back-to-back, it took me a while to realize it due to the major continuity error.

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