The Absent Author
A is for author. . . Dink writes to his favorite author, mystery writer Wallis Wallace, and invites him to visit Green Lawn. To Dink’s amazement, Wallace says he’ll come! But when the big day arrives, Wallace is nowhere to be found. The police think he just missed his plane, but Dink suspects foul play. It’s up to Dink and his two best friends, Josh and Ruth Rose, to find the famous writer—before it’s too late!
The Bald Bandit
B is for Bandit. . . The Green Lawn Savings Bank has been robbed! When a private detective comes to Dink’s door looking for the kid who videotaped the crime, Dink and his friends volunteer to find him. After all, there’s a reward! But tracking down one red-headed kid isn’t so easy, especially if he doesn’t want to be found. Can the trio find that kid—and his tape—before the bandit does?
The Canary Caper
C is for Canary. . . Dink, Josh, and Ruth Rose get an urgent call from Mrs. Davis. Her canary is missing! The little bird has vanished without a trace, and he’s not the only one. Two other pets are missing. The kids suspect a pet-napper, and now that Ruth Rose’s cat, Tiger, has turned up missing too, it’s become personal!
About the Author
When he's not writing a thrilling new A to Z Mystery or Capital Mystery, Ron Roy spends his time traveling all over the country and restoring his Connecticut farmhouse.
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David Pittu is a two-time Tony nominee, and has narrated over 36 audiobooks, including Donna Tartt's "The Goldfinch", which earned an Audie for literary fiction and best male narrator.""His other work includes "The Marriage Plot" by Jeffrey Eugenides and "An American Spy "by Olen Steinhauer. Pittu has also read for Rick Riordan, Ann Rice, and Keigo Higashino, among others.
Well-known for his work in theater, Pittu has appeared off-Broadway in "LoveMusik" and "Is He Dead", for which he received his Tony nominations, as well as "Parade", for which he earned a National Broadway Award for Best Actor in a Musical. He is also a writer, member, and director of the Atlantic Theater company. He lives in New York City.