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The Face in the Bessledorf Funeral Parlor
The Face in the Bessledorf Funeral Parlor
Author: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Everyone in Middleburg is talking about the new drive-in viewing window at the Bessledorf Funeral Home -- at least until the vice president of the Higgins Roofing Company disappears along with the company's pension fund, leaving behind only a mysterious chuck roast. For Bernie, it's his chance to get into the Guinness Book of World Records as th...  more »
ISBN: 158036
Publication Date: 1995
Pages: 144
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Publisher: Aladdin
Book Type: Paperback
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A kids' book. The whole funeral-parlor-mystery thing intrigued me. This is actually the fourth in a series about young boy Bernie Magruder, whose family is currently managing a hotel in a small town. When a theft occurs, Bernie and his friends are convinced that they can solve the crime before the local policeman can - and they suspect that the culprit is actually a guest at their hotel. Or,maybe the culprit is one of the workers at the funeral home next door - which has just started offering drive-thru services.
The book is full of fun and rather eccentric tidbits; I'd recommend it to readers around the age of 10.
This same book was also published as "Bernie Magruder and the Drive-Thru Funeral Parlor."