• The Double Cousins and the Mystery of the Sod Schoolhouse

  • The Double Cousins Mystery Series, Book 7
  • By: Miriam Jones Bradley
  • Narrated by: Mark Wimmer
  • Length: 3 hrs and 12 mins
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Had it really been only a year since the Double Cousins solved their first mystery?

But now back at Grandpa’s ranch for their summer visit, it seemed something was missing - one of those exciting mysteries. For the first time in a year, they were all together again, and the time was slipping by with no mystery. If this was the new normal, they didn’t like it very much.

Then out of the blue, strangers arrive at the ranch and drop a mystery right into their laps, shocking even Grandpa with ranch history he had never heard.

The Happy Hollow school property was originally part of Grandpa’s land. Had the first one been a sod building? Can they fulfill the dream of a centenarian by recovering its history and, against all odds, find the tiny time capsule hidden by two young boys over 120 years ago? And can they put up with an annoying visitor who doesn’t like the ranch or anything on it?

In the seventh Double Cousins Mystery, the cousins, including Brandon, use all their sleuthing skills - along with some new ones - to help that family of strangers find the answer to their mystery; and in the process, they learn that mysteries truly are a part of history.

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A Hidden Gem!

While this books cover is not very catching, the story is so good! As far as narrating--good job! There a lot of voices (and generations) covered in this story and I especially liked the narrator's various old man voices. I found the story surprisingly deep with enough twists that I had to keep listening. I'm a bit of a museum geek, so the tie to the museum was also fun. A really great story. Well done, Miriam Jones Bradley on a great story based on your people, and well done Mark Wimmer for a fun listen!