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Publisher's Summary

Good news!
Ellie and Ace are back on the case!
The soon to be, nearly, just about, almost world famous detectives are sniffing out clues in one of their toughest mysteries yet.
Real trouble threatens their small town of Huckleberry Springs. And it threatens the town right where it matters most-in the stomach!
Each night, a troublemaker strikes, stealing all the peaches from one tree after another. Soon there won't be a single peach left in Huckleberry Springs, which means there won't be a single peach pie either. Ellie and Ace have to solve the mystery fast-before pie-time is gone forever.
"All the peaches are gone. The tree has been picked clean!" Will explained.
Ellie stared at Will in horror. No peaches meant no peach pie! She did not even know a word for how terrible this was!
"I have to get to the bottom of this!" Ellie raced off to check the back yard. She had to solve these peach robberies right now!
Can girl detective Ellie and her dog pal Ace catch the peach pincher? Read to find out!
©2014 Rogor Publishing (P)2014 Rogor Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Yaquelin on 05-07-14

better and better

this is my second Ellie+Ace story and I loved it better than the first. Both are great stories and the narrator does an awesome job. The only fault is that there aren't more available. I highly recommend them for children of all ages.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tabitha on 06-29-14

Similar premise to the first and just as good.

Adult readers might have an issue with the similar overall mystery to the first book in the series, but kids won't mind. Mine sure didn't (age 5 and 9). Their attention remained the entire time and they would NOT let me stop playing it. They had to listen to the whole thing.

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