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An Abigail Stone Mystery. lily One rainy Sunday morning 4-year old Lily Waters disappears from the family church. Her father had dropped her off at the end of.
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Because the top few letters appeared to be written by the librarian nearly a hundred years before, they brought the letters to the museum. The note Abigail found appeared to be written by the same person. She did some research to discover who the writer was and to whom he was writing.

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And in the process uncovered an year old crime. This is a mystery and a love story twined together.

Your email address will not be published. Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Her father had dropped her off at the end of the sidewalk leading to the front door of the church.

Other members of the congregation saw him lift her across the parkway and set her on the sidewalk — 25 feet from the church door. She never made it inside.


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Every member attending that day was interviewed; a neighborhood search was conducted. A search of the area surrounding the community was made. There was no sign of Lily.

But Abigail Stone insisted it had to be someone Lily knew or she would have called out or created a fuss when she was grabbed. While everyone else felt the child was probably dead, Abigail felt that somewhere she was alive and well. So, while the police department and FBI conducted their searches, Abigail began an investigation of her own.