Wylly Folk St. John

The Secrets of the Pirate Inn

“Buckets of Blood” reads the old sign hanging over the doorway of the weather-beaten house where Uncle Will lives. But he will have to move to an old-age home unless Sally, Amy, and Jack can find the treasure…money, and an uncut diamond!

The only clue is a counting-out rhyme: “William Mr. Trimbletoe,” it goes, “catches fishes, puts them in dishes…” It makes no sense at all.

The sleuthing begins. Each clue brings a new treasure, but as the hunt continues, Sally, Amy, and Jack discover that the most important clue is the hardest of all to unravel.
“Suspenseful incidents…and fast-thinking, fast-acting children.” ALA Booklist
140 printed pages
Original publication



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