The Secret of Wolf Canyon
by Marsha Hubler
When Woody, Moo, and Taz, sixth grade girls from Faith Christian School and the only members of the exclusive Pennsylvania Woods Super Sleuthhounds club, go to Garrett’s Gumshoe Getaway, a Christian junior detective training camp in the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania, they get more than they bargain for.
Although Garrett Mitchell, retired state policeman and director of the camp, says that he has “planned” a mystery for the girls and nine other campers to solve, strange things start to happen that are not part of
• Are there “real” Civil War gold coins hidden somewhere at Wolf Canyon?
• Who stole Garrett’s horse?
• Who put the burrs under Woody’s saddle that made her horse buck?
• Who fired shots in the air to scare the sleuthers off the case?
Join Woody and her friends as they set out to solve a mystery that has stumped even the best detectives in the state.
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Marsha is the author of the eight-book best-selling Keystone Stables juvenile fiction series by Zonderkidz. She also is the author of three other kids’ books, a Bible study guide for ladies, and a homeschooling helps book. She has a master’s degree in education, has over 40 years experience in education, and is presently a homeschool consultant in central Pennsylvania.
Marsha has always loved kids and horses. She’s been a foster parent and had owned horses for over 20 years. Her “Skye and Champ” stories in the Keystone Stables books reflect many of her own “wild” experiences with kids and horses. She also loves dogs and has two mixed terriers, Skippy and Bailey, who she adopted from a no-kill rescue shelter.
In January of 2015, Marsha assumed the monumental task of directing the five-day Montrose Christian Writers Conference, Montrose, PA, held every third week of July. Her responsibilities include recruiting faculty members (an average of 16), planning the weekly schedule with about 40 workshops, and designing the brochure.
Living in a rural farm area of Pennsylvania affords Marsha the luxury of enjoying her three-acre property with her husband and dogs. She has a goldfish pond and a gazebo in her backyard.
Most of all, she is thankful to God for allowing her to write books. She accepted Christ as her Savior at the age of eleven, and now she can look back and see how God prepared her to write books. She considers it a special calling to write, especially for young people, and share biblical principles with which her readers can have happy and productive lives.
Marsha loves to hear from her fans and horse lovers. Visit her at www.marshahubler.com or at her two blogs: www.horsefactsbymarshahubler.wordpress.com and www.marshahubler.wordpress.com