By Jessica Beck
A BURNED OUT BAKER, booklet 7 within the vintage Diner secret sequence, from big apple occasions Bestselling writer Jessica Beck! Barry Jackson’s bakery is burned to the floor, with the baker nonetheless within, quickly after a fiery war of words with Moose and Victoria, and the pair needs to clear up the homicide ahead of their reputations, and their freedom, move up in smoke!
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Glancing out the window, he still saw no sign of the red truck. His eyes returned to the inviting cake. "Can't just leave it that way, he mused. Then he swallowed. " Chet got out and plodded to and fro. No red truck. Sighing, he climbed into the front seat and uncovered the cakebox again. "If I just cut off that little gouged piece, I can tell Mrs. " Chet sat back, tucked a handkerchief into his T-shirt, and having no knife, made a small wedge of two pudgy fingers to push down through the thick, melting frosting.
She was enclosed in a small, tightly wound net! His lungs bursting, Frank reached her, grasped the net, and started upward. When they broke surface, Callie was choking and too weak to swim. Desperately, Frank bore her to the Sleuth. Joe cut the nylon net and Callie was lifted over the side. She gestured that she was all right, but it was several minutes before she could explain what had happened. "Some man-he was in a black skin-diving suit and mask-grabbed me and threw the net around . " The sound of a motor reached their ears.
By now it was dark, so after contacting Biff Hooper and Chet, they met them midway out on Shore Road. There they split up, Biff and Joe going farther north with the motorcycles to watch the intersection. Chet and Frank went in Chet's jalopy to George Birnham's farm. The moon had risen, but was occasionally obscured by clouds. Frank guided Chet to a secluded woods. The jalopy was parked at the edge and the boys set out, carrying packs. Silently they walked across the dark farm fields where silvery mist gave the air a chill.