“Would our loved ones want us to remember only bittersweetly? Or would they rather us recall without feeling pain?”
After the passing of her parents five years ago, fourteen‐year‐old Lydia Arlington is still trying to heal. But when a strange riddle is found in the abandoned bus, she learns there is more than one mystery about her family.
With the help of her best friends, Kodiak and Felicia, the three must use the few resources they have to solve an obscure case from six years ago in a city miles away. Their knowledge of the suspects is vague, and the mystery doesn’t make sense.
A familiar aquarium, a strange discovery in an attic, and a plunge beneath the water reveal that the secrets of the past flow deeper than expected. However, the teenagers soon learn that some may go through any measures necessary to cover up their tracks.
What really happened in 1999? And how can Lydia find the evidence
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Today, on the one year anniversary of Lydia Arlington and the Aquarian Mystery, it was announced that the second book in the Secrets of the Abandoned Bus series will be released this year, most likely in either the summer or fall!
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