The Great Mogul Diamond

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Tyndale House, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 293 pages
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Everything was going so well for a change. Sadie and Saskia Dopple, those troublesome twins, had been adopted by the wealthy writer and recluse Muzz Elliott. And their friend Erik Morrissey Ganger was finally on his way to becoming a full-fledged private detective. But when an anonymous note threatens someone they love, the twins are off on an express train to danger. Suddenly they find themselves awhirl in a series of crimes--stolen right off the pages of Muzz Elliott's own mystery novels. The twins need to figure out who's behind this twisted plot soon, or Muzz Elliott will be framed for her own greatest literary invention . . . the theft of the Great Mogul Diamond. Meanwhile, Erik speeds through the countryside in an unbelievably cool car with private eye Dorcas Potts, racing the clock and attempting to outwit a gang of robbers. At the end of the road (if he ever gets there), he and the twins will have to get their hands on the diamond first in order to save Muzz Elliott. But not even this car is fast enough to escape the nagging doubts in Erik's mind . . . What do you do when you aren't sure what's right? Sadie, Saskia, and Erik face this question head-on in the third installment of The Dopple Ganger Chronicles, by New York Times bestselling author G. P. Taylor.

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In this third book in the Dopple Ganger Series we find Saskia and Sadie living with Muzz Elliott. After over- hearing a phone conversation they determine that someone is trying to blackmail Muzz. They call and get Erik and Dorcus Potts involved. While Muzz takes the girls to France on what she calls a vacation, Dorcus and Erik head to France by car. It is obvious someone doesn’t want them to get there. But, Why? Muzz is confronted with crimes that seem to have been taken right from her books. The girls and Erik must find out who is blackmailing Muzz to steal The Great Mogul diamond before it is too late. Once again we find the three kids coming to the rescue with help from Madame Raphael and a man in a pin striped suit. I look forward to reading the last three books in this series as they come out. They are good enough to hold my attention. If you check Amazon it says they are for ages 9 – 12. I say they are better suited for 12 and up. I’ve heard many adults say they love them as much as their kids do. I recommend it whole heartedly as a fun, adventurous, clean book, with a Christian theme. 

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