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Drafted to co-lead a homeschool field trip to walk in the footsteps of the young George Washington, Jeanine looks forward to a fun spring excursion with Justin's history class. Unfortunately, she has to coordinate with Susan Perry, a woman so obsessed with our first president that she drives a red, white and blue car and comes to class dressed like him.
Susan proves hard to rely on. Even so, Jeanine mourns when Susan is found dead and Ann falls under suspicion. To make matters worse, a sudden blizzard traps them in the area with the killer.
Jeanine must overcome her squeamishness about snow to uncover the truth about Susan’s death and learn what young George Washington prized above gold.
In this book we catch up with Jeanine Talbott from Homeschooling can be Murder and her two children. This time they're all off on a field trip in the sunshine to go camping and learn about George Washington. Sounds fun, huh? Well... not really. Not when snow and a murder and kids who just can't stay put are involved.
I loved this book. Read far into the night on a couple of occasions and just couldn't put it down. The scenery is so brilliantly described, that I was transported from an overheated UK to a spring mountainside in the US. The heroines love, or rather make that NEED for coffee and hatred of snow was hilarious to read.
Definitely one to pick up and read.
(I was given a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an honest review)