Difference between revisions of "Young Adult Mystery"
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Eight grader Ingrid Levin-Hill's shoes got her into a murder mystery! She'll need the brains of her hero Sherlock Holmes to figure out the murder and all the other weird things going on in town. Find out about the other Echo Falls Mysteries.
A ghost, a mysterious tower and a weird uncle? Sounds like a job for teen psychic investigator Gilda Joyce! TrackGilda's other cases!
Fourteen year old Lucy is on a road trip with her older brother and his friend to visit her dad. During a rain storm, they hit something and when the turn around, they find a dead body on the road. Are they guilty?
Cameryn puts her interest in forensics to work for her dad the coroner, even though she's only 17. Can she still do the job after her best friend is killed by a serial killer? Is she even safe? Follow Cameryn on other cases.
Stevie and Susan Carol are eighth grade sports reporters. At the Final Four tournament, the find out a player is being threatened to throw the game. The Carols also report on the Super Bowland the U.S. Open.
Roni is the crime reporter for her high school paper and her friend Brian is a science wizard. Even though they don't like Alicia the snob, nothing will stop them from solving her kidnapping. The two team up in other Bloodwater Mysteries.
Seventeen year old Jas' only super power is attracting cats, and boy does that get her in trouble with her dad, who does NOT want her solving crimes. But that's just what she's doing in Vegas with her friends, the Pink Pearl, a be-dazzler and her evil cousin. Follow up with the hilarious sequel.
High schooler Hajime Kindaichi thought he was going to see his friend perform the Phantom of the Opera on an island. Turns, out he's hunting for a murderer! See what develops in the rest of the Kindaichi Case Files series.
Working for in the Lost and Found at the Toronto Transit Authority should be boring, but 17 year old Duncan finds a serial killer's diary and his summer changes drastically.
Lulu Dark is NOT a detective! But she had to get her fabulously tack bag and her reputation back, right? So, fine, she's solve the mystery. She comes back for more in Lulu Dark and the Summer of the Fox.
Elijah and Elizabeth's parents are undercover investigators, which is helpful when kids at their high school are cursed by the school's ghost. The whole family goes undercover in Nightmare Academy.
Kurt's sister is missing and he's trying to piece together what happened as he overhears witnesses at the police station.
Evan stole his father's laptop, but now that laptop is part of a bioterroism plot. Evan travels the world with his friends to clear his dad's name. He returns in The Rise of Lubchenko.
Seventh grade Sammy loves to check out the neighborhood, but that's going to get her in trouble when she investigates a robbery at the hotel across the street from the senior's building where she lives with her grandmother. Find out what else Sammy Keyes gets into.