Cozy mystery of a missing ring that was donated to a museum.
Tracy goes on the trail of the true thief to clear her niece Jana with the help of her sister Amy and cousin Robin. The meddlesome trio jump to conclusions as the suspects are ruled out. Things are made more difficult when Tracy sprains her ankle but they sort out the clues and the pearl is found, but with lots of mystery along the way.
The pearl plays a part in an historical account of the three cousins’ grandmother, a story of redemption of a little girl and her worth found in Christ.
Excellent cozy with a trio of ladies who cannot seem to stay out of puzzling situations.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to post a favorable review. All opinions are my own.*4 stars and a solid faith thread
Pearl of Great Price is book #5 in the Secrets of Grandma’s Attic fiction series.
Tracy Doyle is amazed by the overwhelming excitement in Canton when she is sent to report on the grand opening of the Museum of Wonders. But the real talk of the event is about a wealthy tech magnate and his unique donation to the museum. From his own private collection, Grover Glenn has given the museum a purple quahog pearl ring. This rare and very expensive treasure is sure to be a hit among museum visitors. But when the cloth on the display case is lifted—the ring is gone! Worse, security footage shows Tracy’s six-year-old niece, Jana, opening the case. Despite the evidence, Tracy knows her sweet niece is innocent, especially when they can’t find the ring in Jana’s possession. So the question remains—who really took the ring?
Meanwhile, rushing to get things done at home, Tracy trips and hurts her ankle. The injury puts a screeching halt to her never-ending to-do list. How is she supposed to solve the mystery of the missing pearl ring from an armchair?