Mr. Baker steered too far away from the edge and almost lost a side-mirror against the mountain wall. He touched the brake to regain control and nudged the steering-wheel to the right. In that moment of delay, the SUV surged up from behind and crunched their bumper.
“God have mercy!” he gasped. “They’re trying to kill us!”
The Bakers are minding their own business when Briosa Del Quera bursts into their lives. Briosa is an orphaned Catalan girl who is still reeling from her grandfather’s death. His last words instructed her to find people called “Baker” and get in contact with a secret agent they know — but Jigson has gone missing in suspicious circumstances and not even his agency is able to contact him.
Detective Mortimer says that Mr. Jigson was last seen in the Pyrenees mountains, and the Bakers are determined to find him and help Briosa get to the bottom of the plot against her grandfather. But as their journey through northern Spain becomes a breathless race to avoid villains and meet allies, they wonder if Briosa has really told them everything…
Other volumes in The Baker Family Adventures:
- 1: Summer of Suspense
- 2: Peril on Providence Island
- 3: Riddle of the Ruby Ring
- 4: The Treacherous Trail
- 6: Iceland Intrigue
- 7: Hunting in the Highlands
What Readers Are Saying
Prisoner of the Pyrenees is one of C.R. Hedgcock’s best, if not the best book in the Baker Family Adventures series! Fast-moving and filled with adrenaline, yet with a solid Christian worldview, it is suitable for readers from ages 13 to 18.” – Joshua L.
Why Read Baker Family Adventures?!
This series is different from a lot of other mystery books for one reason: the whole family is along for the adventure! No longer are parents looked upon as a hindrance to adventures but as an asset. 🙂 And not only that, but the characters also look to God for help. Baker Family Adventures is a series full of faith, family, and fun!