The Seventh Step: Mystery at Cedarhead

The Seventh Step Mystery at Cedarhead The mystery of a pirate ghost apparently stealing figurines from Cedarhead Pamela Ward s aunt s old house in Bermuda helps Pam forget her problems and recent unhappiness over her father s sudden re

  • Title: The Seventh Step: Mystery at Cedarhead
  • Author: Helen Girvan Gertrude Howe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The mystery of a pirate ghost, apparently stealing figurines from Cedarhead, Pamela Ward s aunt s old house in Bermuda, helps Pam forget her problems and recent unhappiness over her father s sudden remarriage.Upset, Pamela had decided not to start college in her hometown but to go away to live with her aunt for a year At her aunt s in Bermuda, Pamela meets an attractiveThe mystery of a pirate ghost, apparently stealing figurines from Cedarhead, Pamela Ward s aunt s old house in Bermuda, helps Pam forget her problems and recent unhappiness over her father s sudden remarriage.Upset, Pamela had decided not to start college in her hometown but to go away to live with her aunt for a year At her aunt s in Bermuda, Pamela meets an attractive young man named Alan Douglas, who lives next door Alan and Pam explore Cedarhead and find a trap door in the floor of one of the rooms of an unused wing But why the staircase that doesn t go anywhere and what about the seventh step Is there really a ghost, and is it he who is stealing the Staffordshire figurines from her aunt s fine collection Does Mr Sanderson s lameness really rule him out as the ghost or the thief How about the old antique collector, Mrs Sadler Or the suspicious servant, Thad And one Augustus Triggs, whom Pamela calls Beady Eyes The solution of the figurine mystery creates a sensation but, important, Pamela is at the same time able to solve her personal problems and to recover her sense of values Mrs Girvan tells of Pam s dilemma with her usual skillful blending of credible story and exciting mystery that will absorb any teen age girl.

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    1. [3.5 stars]A fun YA mystery from 1949 set in Bermuda. The writing's a bit dotty, but I still liked it overall. The mystery is okay (although pretty easy to guess) and there are some interesting characters.

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