This faith-based mystery series for ages 9-90 will have you on the edge of your seat with cliffhangers at the end of every chapter. The first three MotoMysteries books in one big collection! No more waiting for the next book!
The Skeleton and the Lantern Jeremiah Anderson thought he was heading to the desert to ride dirt bikes with his dad. The body dangling from the power station tower on the way should have been a premonition of trouble. His sister Millie loves riding just as much as he does, but only one thing was consuming her thoughts these days. Was she going to be removed from her family?
Ghost Lights of Dry Brook The lights, the mysterious night sounds, the abandoned store . . . and the warning . . . Something is going on at the vacant store in town. Are Jeremiah and Millie willing to risk getting arrested . . . or worse . . . to find out what it is?
Phantom Ship in the Desert What do the soldier’s old knapsack and the mysterious cardboard box in the overturned trailer have in common? A cryptic message from a missing man named Emmett and maps to a lost ship in the desert lead Jeremiah and Millie on a curious search. When the pair become separated on their dirt bikes, they discover they aren’t the only ones searching for the ship. Someone wants the map they have.
If you love dirt bikes, suspense and danger, you’ll fall in love with this dirt bike riding duo and their ever-expanding family and friends as they solve one mystery after another in this growing mystery series for kids ages 9-90.
Sherri Kukla has knocked it out of the park with her newest book Phantom Ship in the Desert! Once again the reader is engaged from page one to the end of the tale. The various story lines are woven together skillfully and satisfactorily with a few surprises included. It is a desert experience well worth the trip. A good read for reluctant readers and fun for those in isolation. For those who have suffered difficult life experiences, Sherri offers compassion and hope. - Mary Smith, former teacher and elementary school librarian
This story is wonderful for young readers as it is filled with mystery and excitement but also weaves a lovely thread touching on faith, family values and kindness towards one another. The author's familiarity with the desert environment and off road exploration brings the landscape to life. I could imagine the desert at night an almost hear the gravel beneath the tires of these off road vehicles as they investigate a true mystery, I recommend this book to everyone. - Reader of Ghost Lights of Dry Brook
This book was amazing. I am fourteen and I loved it! Once I started I couldn't put it down. This book is full of suspense and you are always on the edge of your seat just waiting to find out what happens next. I loved how it included faith in the story and how that helped Millie and Jeremiah get through it. This book was wonderfully written by Mrs. Kukla and I cannot wait for the next book. - Reader of Ghost Lights of Dry Brook