Hiding Carly – The Sean Gray Junior Special Agent Series (Volume 1)
Eleven year old Sean is in search of the truth. Someone murdered his father, Special Agent Max Gray, and the FBI has officially closed the case. Now it is up to him to find out who was to blame.
While investigating online, Sean stumbles upon a mysterious connection between his father and that new girl in his class. Now he has two puzzles to solve. What really happened to his dad and what does Carly have to do with it?
In the face of danger, Sean sets aside his fear and finds the courage, compassion, and conviction to “follow the evidence.”
About Ann E Eisenstein (Columbia, South Carolina Author)
Ann Eisenstein grew up on a farm in Sidney, Ohio, where weekly trips to the library made it possible to explore and dream about the world beyond. She attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, graduating with a BS degree in Education, with an English and Journalism minor.
Ann taught elementary school in Ohio and California before obtaining her M.Ed. in School Psychology from Wright State University, in Fairborn, Ohio. As a psychologist, she served in school systems in Texas, California, Michigan, and South Carolina, in adolescent psychiatric treatment facilities, in private practice, and for the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice. She taught college level Psychology in Columbia, SC, where she currently resides. Ann is the author of Hiding Carly, a Sean Gray Junior Detective Mystery (Peak City Publishing, 2012) in which she applied the skills and knowledge gained through the FBI Citizen’s Academy to tell the story of reuniting a missing child with her mother. Book two of the three part series, Fallen Prey, a Sean Gray Junior Detective Mystery (Peak City Publishing, 2013), tells the story of the dangers of internet predators.
Ann is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI), the South Carolina Writer’s Workshop (SCWW), the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), Federal Bureau of Investigation Citizen’s Academy (FBICA), Federal Bureau of Investigation InfraGard, and the Richland County Sheriff’s Department Citizen’s Academy (RCSDCA). For additional information about Ann Eisenstein, visit her website: http://www.AnnEisenstein.com