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Twelve-year-old Fiona is less than thrilled about having to travel with her parents to clean out her recently deceased grandmother's home. But when she discovers that there may be something valuable buried among the clutter, she uncovers a deadly secret--and much more! What else is hidden among the piles of "boring, old junk" that her grandparents left behind?
Dotti Enderle is the author of seventeen books for children and educators, including The Cotton Candy Catastrophe at the Texas State Fair, a 2005 Texas Golden Spur Award nominee published by Pelican. Also a professional storyteller, Ms. Enderle loves spending time at schools and libraries. A member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Authors Guild, and Writers League of Texas, Ms. Enderle lives with her family in Houston, Texas.
Dotti Enderle launched her publishing career in 1995, writing for such popular children's magazines as Babybug, Ladybug, Children's Playmate, Nature Friend, Turtle, and many more. Ms. Enderle is a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, the Houston Storytellers Guild, the Writers League of Texas, the American Book Cooperative, and Women Writing the West. She currently lives with her husband, two teenage daughters, and a cat named Oliver.