The Haunted Fountain
"Tell Judy about it," begged Lois. "Please, Lorraine, it can't be as bad as it appears. There isn't anything that Judy can't solve." Lorraine tilted her head disdainfully. "We're sisters now. We're both Farringdon-Petts and should be loyal to each other. But you always did take Judy's part. She was the one who nearly spoiled our double wedding trying to solve a mystery. I don't believe she'd understand-understand any better than I do. Everyone has problems, and I'm sure Judy is no exception." "You're right, Lorraine," announced Judy, coming in to serve dessert to the two friends she had invited for lunch at Peter's suggestion. "I do have problems, and there are plenty of mysteries I can't solve." "Name one," charged Lois. "Just mention one single spooky thing you couldn't explain, and I'll believe you. I've seen you in action, Judy Bolton-" "Judy Dobbs, remember?"
- Paperback | 92 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.33mm | 190.51g
- 13 Nov 1957
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white