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Eleven-year-old Hannah figured that this summer would be the same as all the others in her small New Hampshire town. That is, until her mother arranges for her to spend summer vacation in a castle-turned-artist's-colony in the South of France with an aunt she barely knows! Torn between excitement and apprehension, Hannah embarks on an adventure that will teach her the value of friendship, family, and her own special brand of deduction, as she finds herself in the middle of the biggest mystery the French Riviera has seen in decades. Perched on the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, the Chateau de la…mehr

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Eleven-year-old Hannah figured that this summer would be the same as all the others in her small New Hampshire town. That is, until her mother arranges for her to spend summer vacation in a castle-turned-artist's-colony in the South of France with an aunt she barely knows! Torn between excitement and apprehension, Hannah embarks on an adventure that will teach her the value of friendship, family, and her own special brand of deduction, as she finds herself in the middle of the biggest mystery the French Riviera has seen in decades. Perched on the sparkling Mediterranean Sea, the Chateau de la Napoule's collection of art and antiques has been targeted by world-class thieves. With the help of a very special bracelet, the Pass It On bracelet, and an unexpected new friend, Hannah is determined to save Aunt Mimi's job and bring the thieves to justice. Combining history, mystery, art, and adventure, this summer vacation in the South of France is destined to be one to remember.
Autorenporträt
Christine Marr is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where she studied history and art history. She has previously lived and worked at the Chateau de La Napoule, both as an intern in 1994 and an as artist in residence in 2002. Marr is the author of Inman Park, a regional history book published by Arcadia Publishing. She currently lives in Arizona with her family and two beloved wheaten terriers.