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D. A. Featherling

Robbery in Philly:

The Ninth Token

Book 9 — Time Game Series

http://timegameseries.com

Contact D.A. Featherling at dafeatherling@gmail.com

or by phone 512-663-1407

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D.A. Featherling’s Books

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It’s Murder at the Office Series

      It Adds Up to Murder — Book 1

      Bubble, Bubble, Toil and...Murder — Book 2


Non-fiction

      Who Killed Ben Miller & Death of a Juror


Out of Time Series — YA/Adult Fiction

      Time Out — Book 1

      Double Time — Book 2

      End of Time — Book 3


Second Time Around Series

      Sauce for the Goose — Book 1

      Kissing Frogs — Book 2

      Double Trouble — Book 3

      Making Over Caro — Book 4


Staged for Murder Series

      Murder Outside the Box — Book 1

      Conventional Murder — Book 2


Time Game Series — YA/Adult Fiction

      Eye of the Storm: The First Token

      Mission to Mars: The Second Token

      The Lost City of Acara: The Third Token

      My Spy: The Fourth Token

      Chisholm Trail Showdown: The Fifth Token

      Dark Side of the Moon: The Sixth Token

      Valley of the Giants: The Seventh Token

      The Shell Game: The Eighth Token

      Robbery In Philly: The Ninth Token


Contemporary Fiction

      Friendly, Michael

 

~ Fiction a la carte ~

Available Mid-February 2019

Copyright © 2011—2019   D.A. Featherling   All Rights Reserved.

The twins agree to help accused blacksmith Patrick Lyon prove his innocence, but it’s a challenge when the police and bank officials are convinced he’s guilty.

It will take all of Marcus and Samantha’s detecting skills, and some divine intervention, if they’re going to see Pat Lyon set free before his accusers…or the city’s deadly epidemic of yellow fever…do away with him forever.

ROBBERY ISN’T ON THEIR AGENDA….

When Marcus and Samantha Willoughby end up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during America’s first bank robbery. Everyone’s convinced some special work on the bank vaults and locks provided the opportunity for the crime.