The stolen sapphire : a Samantha mystery /

by Buckey, Sarah Masters.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Middleton, WI : Pleasant Co., c2006Description: 181 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 18 cm.ISBN: 1593690991 (pbk.) :; 9781593690991 (pbk.); 1593691009; 9781593691004; 1415665001 (BWI bdg.); 9781415665008 (BWI bdg.).Title notes: $6.95 prolam 5-2007 (db)Subject(s): Ocean liners -- Fiction | Ocean travel -- Fiction | Orphans -- Fiction | Mystery and detective stories | Transatlantic voyages -- Juvenile fiction | Theft -- Juvenile fiction | Chapter books | Mystery fiction | Historical fictionSummary: When an archaeologist's priceless jewel goes missing during a 1906 ocean liner voyage to Europe, eleven-year-old Samantha tries to discover which of the first-class passengers is the thief. Includes French glossary and historical information on travel and archaeology in the early twentieth century.
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Samantha and Nellie set sail for Europe in 1906. Also aboard the ship is a world-famous archaeologist and the legendary sapphire he is carrying to a London museum. When his priceless jewel disappears, Samantha realizes that every one of the first-class passengers is a suspect--and one of them must be the thief!

$6.95 prolam 5-2007 (db)

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When an archaeologist's priceless jewel goes missing during a 1906 ocean liner voyage to Europe, eleven-year-old Samantha tries to discover which of the first-class passengers is the thief. Includes French glossary and historical information on travel and archaeology in the early twentieth century.

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