TREASURE UNCOVERED

TREASURE UNCOVERED

TREASURE UNCOVERED (Book 3 of the Bellingwood Series) CONTINUES THE SAGA OF POLLY GILLER WHO HAS BOUGHT THE OLD BELLINGWOOD SCHOOL BUILDING AND CONTINUES TO RENOVATE AND FIND MORE SECRETS.  OF COURSE THERE IS MURDER AND ROMANCE WOVEN INTO THE PLOT.  POLLY HAS TAKEN ON 4  ABUSED HORSES AND, WITH HER LATEST CUSTODIAN FOUND DEAD,  SHE IS HAVING TROUBLE FINDING A RELIABLE REPLACEMENT.  BUT SHE IS A STRONG WOMAN WHO WILL TAKE A CHALLENGE HEAD ON AND SHE IS ENJOYING HER LIFE ON THE “FARM” RATHER THAN THE HUSTLE AND BUSTLE OF HER LIFE IN BOSTON.  HER BEST FRIEND FROM BOSTON VISITS AND IS EVEN ABLE TO UNDERSTAND HOW POLLY COULD MAKE SUCH A CHANGE.  POLLY HELPS UNCOVER THE REASON FOR HER LATEST CUSTODIAN’S KILLING WHEN SHE AND HER FRIENDS START FINDING $100 BILLS HIDDEN INSIDE HIS OLD BOOKS.  POLLY EVEN FINDS AN ANCIENT VASE WITH MORE $100 BILLS INSIDE HIDDEN IN HER BARN!

ALL ROADS LEAD HOME WAS THE START OF THE SERIES AND THIS WAS A GREAT FOLLOW-UP.  START READING THE SERIES TODAY!

PUBLISHER’S SYNOPSIS:

Polly Giller has had the worst luck with finding a good custodian for Sycamore House and the murder of her latest employee draws even more attention to her propensity for finding dead bodies. Sheriff Aaron Merritt just assumes that when she calls him, it’s because she’s found someone. The pool at the Elevator expands as the locals lay odds on Polly’s next find. When Beryl Watson ends up in the hospital because of an explosion, the last thing she wants is to be a statistic in Polly’s life.

Sal Kahane, Polly’s college roommate and best friend from Boston, comes to Iowa to see what all the fuss is about at Sycamore House. The city girl has to keep an open mind in order to understand why her friend loves living among the cornfields. Polly’s relationship with Henry Sturtz, her contractor and friend, continues to grow. When he left town for a couple of months, she discovered how important he was.

Polly takes a risk on a new custodian with a mysterious background and farm thefts disrupt the little town. She finds herself worrying about locking things up again; something she had ceased doing when she moved out of Boston.

Things are never dull in Bellingwood and with the introduction of wonderful, new characters, Polly comes to a better understanding of herself and her relationship with this little town. All of the regulars are back with some stories of their own to tell.

What treasures are uncovered? Read on.

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