Secrets on 26th Street
These suspenseful stories will leave readers on the edge of their seats! Each spine-tingling tale features a brave, clever girl solving an intriguing mystery at an important time in America's past.
Who is the mysterious new boarder in Susan's tenement? Her suspicions lead her into the midst of the suffrage movement in 1914.
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Alice Paul Aunt Blanche Avenue barbershop Bea asked Bea looked Bea's letter Bea's secret Bea's voice bedroom boarder boss Chelsea Cochrans crowd dinner door drawer egg creams Elizabeth Cady Stanton feel flat floor Flynn friends front George Eliot girls glanced grandfather hand happened head heard Bea Hell's Kitchen hurried jail Jimmy Curley Gang kitchen Lester Barrow Lillian Mary Pickford Miss Rutherford morning mother Mum and Bea Nabisco factory nightstand O'Neal parade photograph pulled rent Riley Russell Russell's Saturday seemed sister smiled someone stared stove Street Suddenly Susan suffrage rally suffragists Susan asked Susan felt Susan knew Susan looked Susan thought Susan told Susan tried Susan wanted Susan was sure Susan wondered Susan's heart Susan's mind Susie talk Tammany Tammany Hall telegram tell tenements There's thing Trafalgar Square vote wait walk window woman women worried