Tag Archives: Mystery

Review: Heist Society

by Ally Carter Kat thought she was out of the family business after pulling one last con, getting herself accepted to Colgan School, one of the most prestigious boarding schools in North America, but she’s wrong.  When you descend from … Continue reading

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When You Reach Me

by Rebecca Stead Some facts about When You Reach Me: The main character’s name is Miranda. She is in 6th grade. The story takes place in 1978 and 1979. Miranda’s favorite book is A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle. … Continue reading

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The Season

by Sarah MacLean Lady Alexandra, or Alex for short, is destined to have her first London season, to see and be seen, and to catch an eligible and wealthy husband.  Unfortunately, Alex is not interested in the least in having … Continue reading

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Dooley Takes the Fall

by Norah McClintock Dooley’s life is lived in a fishbowl.  Everyone — his uncle with whom he lives, his manager at the video store, the vice-principal at his school — is watching him, waiting for him to mess up again.  … Continue reading

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Silent on the Moor

by Deanna Raybourn If you have not yet read Silent in the Grave and Silent in the Sanctuary you might want to skip this review until you do. Lady Julia is at it again.  This time she is accompanying her … Continue reading

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Death by Bikini

by Linda Gerber Aphra and her father own an exclusive, secluded island resort.  While Aphra loves the beauty of the island and the beaches, she misses civilization — friends, malls, fast food, movies, in general, being a teenager.  She also … Continue reading

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Deadly Little Secret

by Laurie Faria Stolarz Camelia’s life is pretty ordinary until the day she almost dies.  Walking across the school parking lot, she is barely missed by a careening, out-of-control car.  The car only missed her because a young man saved … Continue reading

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