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  • By Debbie Marshall
    May 16, 2009
    "The main character is naturally good, wholesome." Sharita Dell, the main character of this story, has a natural goodness that oozes off the page. She's not a goody two-shoes, but she's an extraordinary girl who does the right thing. Her integrity jumps out of the pages at you. I liked it that she's willing to be herself, and she is not afraid to say what she thinks. She comes across as wholesome, and likeable. As I read this book, I remembered things that happened to me over thirty years ago when I was ten. There are some strong feelings in this book. I think the strength of this story is in its emotion. I'm eager to read book two. This is an incredible story, total fiction, but what an imaginative tale! I think you'll like it. I did.
  • By William Walker
    Jan 4, 2009
    "A dynamic heroine, a sassy book! Fun! Witty! " Sharita Dell is a wholesome, polite ten-year-old heroine who can see spirit people. She calls herself "a mystical." The spirit people whom she calls 'visitors' give her guidance, saving her and her friends from disaster. Sharita is confident, and stays composed in the face of danger. With her best friend, Jaylee Stinermann, Sharita helps her dad and Sherman Stone, his police detective partner, solve the case. Sharita Dell, Mystical Crime Fighter and the Mystery of the Missing Girls is a sassy, witty book. It has a dynamic heroine, and best of all, it is the first book in a series of seven Sharita Dell mysteries! Can the author keep up this fast pace? I certainly hope so!
  • By Shirley Hunt
    Mar 1, 2008
    "Sharita Dell, Mystical Crime Fighter Review" You are in for an incredible ride! Grab the book and hold on with both hands. I started reading it at eight o'clock one night, and did not go to bed until I fell asleep. Sharita, the heroine, is naturally good. She has volumes of energy, and she is perpetually happy. A people-pleaser who puts other people's needs before her own, she's fun to be around. I was sorry when the book ended. I laughed outloud twice!
  • By Bev Nieman
    Feb 25, 2008
    "A cute book for kids. This book kept me on my toes!" Sharita Dell, Mystical Crime Fighter and The Mystery of the Missing Girls is a a cute book for kids. I have read some other reviews and people think it's a book for adults too. I don't know a lot of adults who read ghost stories, but they may be right. It's amazingly good fiction. The main character becomes very real; you feel like you're inside her personality, looking out. Her feelings become your feelings. This book kept me on my toes. I was not able to outguess the many twists and turns, which is cool. I like reading stuff like this.
  • By tracy.turner
    Dec 29, 2007
    "Very Cute" I enjoyed this very much -- reminds me of Trixie Belden, if she were a bit younger & had mystical powers. A fun book, I'm so glad I don't have to wait to read the sequel!!!
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Product Details

First Edition
Caren Krutsinger
June 23, 2006
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.78 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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