Barbour Publishing#15: Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret
Bailey and Elizabeth are visiting Bailey's distant cousins in a Native American village in New Mexico when they discover a new mystery. Bailey's cousin Halona owns a pottery shop and Bailey and Elizabeth have come to help out during the busy season. They discover that Halona's family at one point owned a turquoise mine that was the best in the area but somehow over the years the deed to it was lost and nobody knows where it is. The Camp Club Girls are determined to discover the location of both the deed and the mine but things are getting dangerous . . . what will happen when Bailey and Elizabeth go looking for the mine and get trapped inside? Find out in Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret!
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Customer Reviews for #15: Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret
The last book I read featuring Bailey I didn't enjoy as much so wasn't sure how this book would turn out. I didn't need to worry this book was really good. Bailey and Elizabeth are together in New Mexico visiting a cousin of Bailey's. This story is interesting from the beginning with the interesting scenery and learning more about the area. We see the girls helping at Helona's pottery shop where they learn about the missing turquoise mine. The girls smell a mystery and are eager to help find the missing mine. The girls share with the Camp club girls and look to solve the mystery. Add a few other interesting things that happen we have another fun book. This would be my favourite book about Bailey.
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Review 2 for #15: Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret
Unusual and Enthralling
Date:May 12, 2011
Behind the sunset, our treasure awaits... Just that one short sentence taken from Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret, is enough to make anyone want to read the book. But what does it mean? That is the question that Bailey and Elizabeth, with the help of other Camp Club Girls through phone calls, email, and prayer, strive to find the answer. But their time is limited, will they be able to find out what the mysterious sentence means before time runs out? Not only was this book an intriguing story, it also, like all the other Camp Club Girls books I’ve read, has a strong spiritual base. This, combined with an unusual and enthralling mystery, makes for a five star novel for girls.
***Note*** I would like to thank Barbour Publishing House for sending me this book, free of charge, for review purposes. Thank you!