The Foster Twins In The Mystery at Red Bud Cove
About the Book
When Sydney is stuck with a counterfeit twenty-dollar bill at Red Bud Cove, and is not able to pay for the metal detector and the microscope she had ordered, she gets mad. Mad enough to bring the crooks to justice. She, aided by her twin sister Taryn, and cousins Dylan and Bailey, makes life miserable for the crooks as they constantly investigate how and where the counterfeiters are operating. However, before the criminals are brought to justice the twins are captured, left on a snake and alligator infested island in the middle of the swamp to die, and are conked on the head and left adrift in a boat, without gasoline or paddles, headed for a waterfall into the Forshe River hundreds of feet below. A clue that Sydney uncovers with her metal detector helps lead the twins to "Mr. Big" and with the help of Heber Springs Chief of Police Gary Cupp, the crooks end up behind bars where they belong.
About the Author
Jim Brown is a former coach of baseball, football, basketball and track. His successful career was diverse, having guided teams at virtually every level of competition in a variety of sports. He is a graduate of Harding University (1960), in Searcy, Arkansas, where he competed on the intercollegiate baseball team and was sports editor of the college newspaper (The Bison). Coach Brown has a Master?s Degree from Emporia State University (1967) in Emporia, Kansas. He and his wife, Ina, are retired and live in Heber Springs, AR with their little dog, Annie.