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Etiquette & Espionage (Finishing School #1) – Gail Carriger

Little, Brown and Company, 2013 Sophronia is a tomboy of the first order. She would much rather spend time climbing dumb waiters and figuring out how they work than learning to curtsey, which is why her mother decided to send … Continue reading

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“Who Could That Be at This Hour?” — Lemony Snicket

Little Brown, 2012 13-year-old Lemony Snicket seems to always be asking the wrong questions. After an unusual education, Snicket is sent on an assignment with his chaperone, S. Theodora Markson, to a small seaside town that is no longer by … Continue reading

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Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea — April Genevieve Tucholke

Dial, 2013 Nothing exciting ever happens in Echo, Violet’s sleepy seaside town…until River West comes to town and rents the guest house behind Violet’s crumbling mansion. Weird things start to happen and Violet starts to wonder if they have something … Continue reading

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Uncommon Criminals — Ally Carter

Disney-Hyperion, 2011 “Oh you’re heist-drunk Kitty Kat. And you have been since the Henley.” Kat Bishop is the girl who ran the crew who ran robed the greatest museum in the world, the Henley. So when she’s asked to steal … Continue reading

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Spirit and Dust – Rosemary Clement-Moore

Delacorte, 2013 Daisy Goodnight can speak to the dead…and she’s actually really good at it. Usually she uses her powers to help solve cold cases for the FBI but this time she is called into help with a murder/kidnapping in … Continue reading

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The Hidden Gallery (Book 2 Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place) — Maryrose Wood

Balzer + Bray, 2010 After nearly destroying Ashton Place at Lady Constance’s Christmas Ball, the Incorrigible Children along with their governess, Penelope Lumley, head to London. Penelope is excited to use London’s sights to further her unusual pupils’ education. But … Continue reading

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The Morgue and Me — John C. Ford

Viking Juvenile, 2009 Christopher just needed a job for the summer. He didn’t expect that the job he took at the morgue would lead him to a murder investigation that included kidnappings and bribery…or that it would involve his best … Continue reading

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