Meg Mackintosh and the Mystery at the Medieval Castle: A by Lucinda Landon

By Lucinda Landon

This name is for kids elderly 7 to ten years. Meg and her classmates stopover at a medieval citadel and turn into eyewitnesses to the robbery of a invaluable silver chalice. The reader is requested to resolve the secret sooner than Meg, utilizing clues present in the textual content and illustrations.

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Complained Squire Alfred. "As soon as we have everyone's statement, you'll all be free to go," answered the officer. " Liddy blurted out. 41 "N ot yet," the sergeant replied. "It seems to have vanished into thin air. We've searched every room on this floor except this one. But we have enough eyewitnesses who say this monk stole it. " "I didn't take the chalice. Honest," pleaded Monk William. "Sure, sure, we know, you already told us," interrupted the officer. "I certainly don't want to prosecute a dear old friend," said the duchess.

I certainly don't want to prosecute a dear old friend," said the duchess. "But I do want this settled. " 42 "William, why don't you just confess and get it over with," Squire Alfred urged the monk. "Maybe the duchess will drop the charges," added Cook Bernard. " "Wait a minute! Don't confess to anything," said Meg. " Everyone turned and stared at Meg. " asked the duchess. WHO DO YOU THINK TOOK THE CHALICE? 43 «We saw a monk, but it wasn't Monk William. " declared Meg. «She was dressed like the monk.

If my hunch is right," she told Liddy, '"the thief ran down to the dungeon and then escaped through this tunnel. Here, you hold the flashlight while I have a look at the map. " 36 WHERE DO YOU THINK THE TUNNEL GOES? 37 I ~ Liddy followed Meg through the tunnel to a trapdoor. Meg pushed it open to a cool room with lots of bookshelves. " Meg whispered, as her eyes scanned the room. "Good. " asked Liddy. " "Any evidence that will help prove who the real thief is," said Meg, as she examined the study.

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