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Arriving on the shore of Lake Michigan for summer vacation, the Graham Quartet senses that something is not quite right. When a slip of the tongue causes an unexpected reaction, Elsa, Matt, Selena, and Tim, jump into a mystery. But what is the connection between a cryptic note, a yellow door, and a boat called the Day Maid? When their friend, Lieutenant Ashwood, disappears, the Quartet feels the pressure of time and must turn to another source for help. Will the four siblings get enough information to unravel the mystery, before the suspects vanish completely?

©2016 Rebekah A. Morris (P)2017 Rebekah A. Morris

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Great Second Installment

Just as exciting and suspenseful as the first one! I find it very interesting and unusual the way the Graham siblings always manage to help foil the bad guys without any real idea of what's going on. It feels pretty realistic, but it's definitely different from your normal mystery. :D

I enjoyed the way the kids' different personalities still came out in all their teamwork; they never felt like carbon copies of each other. I also appreciated the fact that they seemed a bit more cautious in this one--taking key adults into their confidence and not usually putting themselves right in the way of trouble. But have we learned the dangers of splitting up? I sure have! Poor Matt... ;)

Probably my favorite piece of this one was George, the lighthouse keeper, and his comments on and reactions to the kids' constant coming and going from his lighthouse. XD

Listened to this one on audiobook as well and really enjoyed the narrator again. He did a great job of keeping things exciting without seeming over-the-top or annoying.

Content--some intense action and danger *spoiler*including a car wreck and a gunshot fired toward a group of young people*spoiler*