The Woolly Weegie

The Woolly Weegie An alternate cover edition can be found here You know the trouble with Monsters They re never what you think Reporter Irene Waters and her cameraman Troy Stenson are about to learn that lesson the har

  • Title: The Woolly Weegie
  • Author: C.L. Ragsdale
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An alternate cover edition can be found here.You know the trouble with Monsters They re never what you think Reporter Irene Waters and her cameraman Troy Stenson are about to learn that lesson the hard way as they find themselves on the hunt for a local legend called The Woolly Weegie Or at least that is what everyone in the community of Hammond Village has been led toAn alternate cover edition can be found here.You know the trouble with Monsters They re never what you think Reporter Irene Waters and her cameraman Troy Stenson are about to learn that lesson the hard way as they find themselves on the hunt for a local legend called The Woolly Weegie Or at least that is what everyone in the community of Hammond Village has been led to believe In truth, Bernie Youngstown has sent his team on an actual investigative story to uncover an alleged academic cheating ring at a local private high school But just as they believe they have escaped the weirdness that usually accompanies their stories, weirdness comes looking for them when The Woolly Weegie comes pounding on their door So Irene s Eerie Adventures not only will have to deal with a monster who refuses to be ignored, but the diabolical Secretary of The Records Department who is making her final move.

    One thought on “The Woolly Weegie”

    1. This series has been very entertaining.A very fun, unusual series to read. This is my second time reading the series. I hope she writes more!

    2. EnjoyableGood story and one of the few "Christian" mysteries I've read that actually deserve to be in that category. I hope this isn't the end of the line for the Reboot team.A few grammar errors, but that is so common in ebooks that I no longer deduct stars for them unless they interfere with reading.

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