Monday, May 21, 2018

Jigsaw Jones Mystery: The Case of the Glow-in-the-Dark Ghost by James Preller Review

Book Nerd Review by Jordan

Missing hamsters, lost coins, haunted houses...Jigsaw Jones has seen it all before. With his top-secret detective journal, eye for detail, and ace partner Mila, Jigsaw is always ready to take on a new case. Unless it means staying after school! Jigsaw and Mila's new case has them searching school buses, spying on classmates, and dusting for fingerprints in the school cafeteria. Yuck! Will the hunt for clues help them solve this back-to-school mystery? Or just land them in detention?

This book was very mystifying. I never expected a human to be the ghost.I loved this book so much! My favorite part was when Hillary just ignores Jones when she was fixing her hair. I recommend this book to every one who loves mysteries.

Here are Jordan's written reviews as he reads per chapter. Just click the picture to enlarge. ***WARNING** Review Contains SPOILERS. Do NOT click the pictures if you do not wish to be Spoiled.


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James Preller (born 1961) is the children's book author of the Jigsaw Jones Mysteries, which are published by Scholastic Corporation. He grew up in Wantagh, New York and went to college in Oneonta, New York. After graduating from college in 1983, James Preller was employed as a waiter for one year before being hired as a copywriter by Scholastic Corporation, where he was introduced (through their books) to many noatable children's authors. This inspired James Preller to try writing his own books. James Preller published his first book, entitled MAXX TRAX: Avalanche Rescue, in 1986. 

Since that time, James Preller has written a variety of books, and has written under a number of pen names, including Mitzy Kafka, James Patrick, and Izzy Bonkers. James Preller lives in Delmar, New York with his wife Lisa and their three children.


  1. I have many scary stories to tell.

  2. I don't have any off hand but this looks like a book the grand kids would like.

  3. Yes the Meesingw story would keep our children in line every year at BigHouse.

  4. I've read a lot of scary stories, but I don't have any of my own.

  5. I truly don't have any scary stories. Thankfully.