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"No, I've told you ... I haven't seen my sister in years," said Uncle Will. "And if my nephew is running from the law, then there just has to be a mistake. I can't imagine him being in any sort of trouble."But Ruby knew.Uncle Will only knew what they had told him. Terry had brought her to Madison, all the way from Colorado, in order for her to be safe. He made Uncle Will swear not to tell anyone where he was going.When Uncle Will hung up the phone a minute later, he wiped his forehead with his handkerchief and filled a smudged glass with water from the sink's tap. "Little darlin', I don't know how much longer I can keep this up ..."While Penny is busy with the Christmas pageant at school and Mrs. Vetter is in the doldrums over a broken relationship, Annette is feeling extra lonely. Their holiday get-away has been postponed because one of Annette's Holsteins is getting ready to calve.Annette and Penny finally get to check out the local landmark they've been dying to investigate - the old abandoned tower - and discover another mystery to solve, involving a missing girl.
About the Author
Ann Carol Ulrich started writing about Annette Vetter when she was 15, growing up in the '60s. "In the Shadow of the Tower" is the fifth in the Annette Vetter series. Ms. Ulrich is a native of Wisconsin, but has lived in Washington, Oregon, Michigan and Ohio. She has spent most of her life in Colorado. She wrote this book while living in Washington state, but intends to write more books about Annette and her friends from her beloved home in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. You may visit her Author Website at AnnUlrichMiller.com, and Annette invites you to check her out on Facebook (under Annette Vetter, of course).