"This is the best Bruce book yet! I wasn't sure
I was going to like a murder mystery but it
had lots of good things in it. I like that Bruce
is a good butterfly too. I didn't know if he'd still be good after he changed, but I like him a lot and all the other characters too. Definitely
read this book."
-- Amber Lorenz, age 11
Bruce and the Mystery in the Marsh
This is the fourth book in the continuing adventure series that began with Bruce and the Road to Courage.
When Chef Agatha learns that her mentor, Cecil, has died, she sets off to the marsh to pay her respects, and Bruce and Milton keep her company. When they arrive, however, Agatha discovers that Cecil didn’t die of natural causes: he was murdered. Although Agatha must return home to teach her students, Bruce and Milton remain and are joined by Angie and Carly who help them search for clues. But as they get closer to learning the truth, they’re threatened and later nearly killed. Determined to bring the murderer to justice, they continue their search, hoping they can learn the identity of the killer before he (or she) can strike again . . .