Archer MacClehan & The Girl Who Wouldn’t Stop Running (2014)
Fiction, 216 pages, $14.00
by Sandy Compton
Archer MacClehan has dreams that lead him into dangerous places. In Archer MacClehan & The Girl Who Wouldn’t Stop Running — the second Archer MacClehan adventure — he dreams of vultures, a coral snake, a girl named Opal and Running Woman — Sara Cafferty. Sara once fought a grizzly for Archer, but they haven’t spoken since the end of the Great Bear Adventure. Opal Skladany has been kidnapped. Opal’s divorced parents are worth a few million each and someone wants a million. There’s a snake in the grass — very pretty and very poisonous — helping the kidnappers. In the end, it’s a foot race across the desert as Sara strives to beat the snake to the girl who wouldn’t stop running. Read more.
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