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Publisher's Summary

There just isn't enough crime in Mattawooptock, so Gertrude has to convince Calvin to go to the big city - Portland, where she will go undercover as the newest slam poet on the scene. But have any actual crimes been committed, or is this just Gertrude's wild imagination at work?
©2017 Robin Merrill (P)2017 Robin Merrill
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5 out of 5 stars
By Catrina P on 01-07-18

I love Gertrude!

Gertrude decides she needs another case to work on, so this time she looks to the big city to find one. Is there really a connection between the deaths that have recently occurred, or were they all accidents? Follow along as Gertrude participates in a poetry slam to try and find out the answers to her many questions.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Tina Ratttay-Green on 11-15-17

entertaining

that story was adorable and entertaining. Gertrude reminds me of myself. always wanting the answers, not caring how I get them and assuming that certain people will be there when I need them...which they usually are. Gertrude may be wrong about who did it but she still solved the case. I say good for you Gertrude!!!

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