“Millie, don’t!” It was the last thing she heard before she splashed into the water head first. Jeremiah and Samuel just want to explore the nearby cemetery but Millie’s determination to investigate a possible crime on the coast interrupts their adventure when she temporarily vanishes into the rough ocean waters.
They had no idea their troubles were just beginning. An unexpected trip with their dad to visit the closed Clayton County Juvenile Ranch Facility didn’t seem like a clue until an ear-splitting scream coming from the balcony of a vacant building interrupted their exploring. Between the talk of a ghost in the cemetery and a kidnapped little girl, their mini vacation was quickly becoming anything but a fun adventure in the city. Book 4 in the ongoing adventures and mysteries of Jeremiah and Millie will have you on the edge of your seat as you read the short cliffhanging chapters that combines faith, love, adventure and mystery.
Read all of the books in the MotoMysteries series:
Book 1 - The Skeleton and the Lantern
Book 2 - Ghost Lights of Dry Brook
Book 3 - Phantom Ship in the Desert
Book 4 - Harbor Point Haunt
Book 5 - The Lady in White
And the Christmas mini-mystery: The Christmas Miracle
If you are looking for a storyline that hits the road running and carries the reader forward to the last page, look no further! It's here in the newest MotoMystery by author Sherri Kukla. Fourth in the series, Kukla demonstrates her ability to take the reader into diverse settings with ease and skill. HARBOR POINT HAUNT should appeal to reluctant readers from 9 to 12 as well as anyone wishing to find adventure from the desert to the sea with old friends and new. - Mary Smith, former teacher and librarian
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great book Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2022 My grandson and I have read all of this author's books. It’s a great series of the trials of brother and sister getting into situations. They just seem to happen on trouble and find their way out of them. Great books for teens and anyone else that likes a mystery that keeps your interest. I definitely recommend this and the rest of the books in this series. We’ll worth the read. Waiting on the next one. - Craig W. Mcsorley
5.0 out of 5 stars Suspenseful Read for Young Adults with Positive Message Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2022 Another good read about Millie and Jeremiah. I always enjoy these stories and this one did not disappoint. A steady story line that has twists and turns and an ending I was not expecting. I appreciate the inclusion of religion into the characters and the story line and feel it adds to the story and the overall age-appropriateness to the book so it can be enjoyed by all ages. - SDmom81
5.0 out of 5 stars Intrigue, mystery and faith, a very good read for all ages. Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2022 A wonderful read. Suited to all ages but geared to middle grade school age and beyond. Harbor Point Haunt is the fourth book in the Moto series. Each book stands on its own and creates an individual and intriguing mystery. Sherri Kukla brings to life each character giving them depth, faith and individuality. This is a quick read for adults. Grade school age children through teens will love the interaction of the characters in this story. I especially enjoyed the Medal of Honor Recipient story woven into this mystery. It became in and of itself a mystery. I was given an advance copy of this book to read. - Jean W. Pond