Walnut Street: Phantom Rider

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Sherrill Joseph, Oct 17, 2021 - Juvenile Fiction

The four intrepid Botanic Hill Detectives--Lanny and Lexi Wyatt, Moki Kalani, and Rani

Kumar--travel to the Mayfield family’s rural California horse ranch east of town to tackle their third mystery.

The mission? To investigate the theft of valuable objects from the barn and corrals.  

Soon, their case entangles them in the hunt for a long-lost gold mine, the exploration of a snake-infested ghost town, and the

identification of a threatening black-clad figure on horseback known as the Phantom Rider.

Kids, saddle up and get ready to join the search!  

 

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Contents

Bass Reeves
A Golden Mystery
THREE
Papa Mayfields Treasure
Horseback Ride to Cody
Horse Sense and the
EIGHT
NINE
Copyright

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About the author (2021)

Sherrill Joseph has been a mystery book fan since discovering Nancy Drew and Phyllis A. Whitney in the 5th grade.

She went on to enjoy a 35-year career as a K-12 literacy teacher. Her first book in the Botanic Hill Detectives Mysteries series sprang to life in 2013 when she retired.

Sherrill is forever inspired by her amazing students in the San Diego public schools and peoples and themes her series with children of various abilities, cultures, and interests in order to teach anti-racism and acceptance of personal differences.

The author is a native San Diegan where she lives with her poodle-bichon rescue Jimmy Lambchop. Having never lived in a two-story house, she is naturally fascinated by staircases.

Her mental gift of lexical-gustatory synesthesia enriches her imagination and writing.

The author's professional memberships include the Authors Guild, the SCBWI, and Blackbird Writers.

Sherrill promises many more adventures with the squad to come!