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The House on Lookout Mountain – Patchwork Mysteries – Book 14

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Sarah is intrigued when her friend Neil Lawton asks her to help him sort through the contents of a mysterious house he’s just purchased on Lookout Mountain. Sarah’s daughter-in-law Maggie—an antiques expert—and friends Irene and Chester—both history buffs—are invited as well. When the party arrives, they discover that the house is fully furnished; in fact, it looks as if the owners just disappeared into thin air sometime around World War II! 

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The House on Lookout Mountain is the 14th book in the Patchwork Mysteries fiction series.

When Sarah agrees to help Neil sort through various items in a house he recently purchased, she discovers that this may be the most profound mystery that she has ever encountered! With the items in question neatly organized throughout the house, it seems as though the building was simply abandoned in the 1940s and forgotten ever since. With only a few clues regarding the identity of the original owners, Sarah realizes that many of the items in the home are mysteriously disappearing! With the only viable suspects being Neil, Chester, Maggie, or Irene—all of whom appear unlikely to be thieves—Sarah must work quickly to figure out the mystery of Neil’s new house and uncover the culprit behind the disappearing antiques. Will Sarah’s investigation lead to answers, or is the mystery, like the house itself, destined to remain in the past for good?

About the Author

Camy Tang grew up in Hawaii and now lives in San Jose, California, with her engineer husband and rambunctious dog Snickers. She graduated from Stanford University and worked as a biologist reseracher for nin years, but now writes full time. She is a staff workers for her church youth group, and she leads one of the worship teams for Sunday service. On her blog, www.camytang.com, she ponders knitting, spinning wool, dogs, running, the Never-Ending Diet, and other tantalizing things.

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