I think "Mystery at Love's Creek" is too young for teenagers….
The thief was obvious to me in the second chapter. From then on the author tries to make a mystery by presenting other suspects.
Carlie is supposed to be sixteen, but by the way she talks it is hard to believe she is a teen-ager. For example, the word "dandy" would never come out of a teenager's mouth today. (p. 11)
Becky Welz, in The Christian Science Monitor (reprinted by permission from The Christian Science Monitor; © 1965 The Christian Science Publishing Society; all rights reserved), November 4, 1965.
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