Author Interview – Julie Seedorf, author of The Penderghast Puzzle Protectors

Thank you to Island Confidential and Frankie Bow for having me today on the blog. Learn more about Jezabelle Jingle.

Mystery Author Frankie Bow

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Jezabelle Jingle and her neighbors in the Penderghast section of Brilliant, Minnesota, have a mystery on their hands. Someone is stealing sections of hardwood floors in their homes and the thefts may be connected to a long-hidden treasure left by the founders of Brilliant. Not only that, there’s a dead body in a basement to add to the mix. Can Jezzie and her quirky friends figure out the puzzle and find the treasure before some other, unknown person–maybe the murderer–beats them to the punch? Or will the town’s Chief of Police, Hank Hardy, prevent the group from their sleuthing? Anything can happen in the strange little town of Brilliant, Minnesota. After all, brilliant minds create brilliant finds!


Q: Julie, thanks for stopping by Island Confidential! Can you tell us a little bit about your protagonist…

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1 Comment

  1. Thank you for including this book on your blog. I loved the Granny series and can’t wait to read this book. How can you not fall in love with a character with the name Jezabelle Jingles? Thanks for the giveaway.


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