Peril at King's Creek: A Felicity Mystery

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American Girl, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 163 pages
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Felicity is spending the summer of 1776 at her family's Virginia plantation, King's Creek, where she rides her beloved horse Penny every day. But soon Felicity hears news that British soldiers are burning Patriot farms and raiding their animals. Could the British threaten King's Creek . . . and Penny?

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User Review  - Honanb - LibraryThing

The mystery stories are a longer and more mature spinoff from the original books and feature the heroines solving mysteries in historical settings. Felicity is experiencing the beginnings of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kristine Pratt - Goodreads

I'd honestly call this a 3.5 as this story was a bit difficult to get into. The author though, really captures the flavor of living in this time, and the complexities of knowing who to trust. On the ... Read full review

Contents

an Interesting Guest
1
Disturbing News
12
An Uncommon Horse
27
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Jones lived most of her life in North Carolina. She grew up sandwiched between two brothers. She used to wish she were a boy because she thought boys got to have more fun than girls. One of her earliest dreams was to be a jockey in the Kentucky Derby-but only men were allowed to do that.

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