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Tyndale House Red Rock Mysteries #11: Windy City Danger

Bryce and Ashley Timberline are normal 13-year-old twins, except for one thing--they discover action-packed mystery wherever they go. Whether it's searching for a missing writer or fearing for their lives at the bottom of a canyon, Bryce and Ashley never lose their taste for adventure. Wanting to get to the bottom of any mystery, these twins find themselves on a nonstop search for the truth.

It has been years since Bryce and Ashley have been to their hometown. This trip to Chicago presents a new mystery when a family friend disappears. Can they unravel the clues and find him before it's too late?Recommended for ages 8 to 12.

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Customer Reviews for Red Rock Mysteries #11: Windy City Danger
Review 1 for Red Rock Mysteries #11: Windy City Danger
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Date:April 6, 2012
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Denise Heinzen
Location:Cheyenne WY
Age:45-54
Gender:female
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I bought this series for my 12yo son. He loves them and invited me to read them. I enjoy them as well! Great read!
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Review 2 for Red Rock Mysteries #11: Windy City Danger
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Date:October 8, 2008
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Kathlene
Fun reading and the books have been reread a number of times. Will continue buying the series.
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Review 3 for Red Rock Mysteries #11: Windy City Danger
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Date:September 14, 2007
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jle
This book is one of the best of all the books before it! It really gave you an unexpected end . I never thought that this person,[not telling who], would be a part of what was going in.
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