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Abrahams, Peter. Down The Rabbit Hole : An Echo Falls Mystery. 2005. (YA Mystery Abrah.P)
In the first of the series, Ingrid must figure out who killed Cracked-Up Katie so that she doesn’t get implicated when her shoes are found at the crime scene. Alice in Wonderland, the start of a romance, and family trouble all play a role. The next two in the series: Behind the Curtain and Into the Dark pick up where Down the Rabbit Hole ends.
- Abrahams, Peter. Reality Check. 2009. (YA Mystery Abrah.P)
After a knee injury destroys sixteen-year-old Cody's college hopes, he drops out of high school and gets a job in his small Montana town, but when his ex-girlfriend disappears from her Vermont boarding school, Cody travels cross-country to join the search.
- Arnold, Ted. Rat Life. 2007. (YA Mystery Arnol.T)
After developing an unusual friendship with a young Vietnam War veteran
in 1972, fourteen-year-old Todd discovers his writing talent and solves
a murder mystery.
- Brooks, Kevin. Black Rabbit Summer. 2008. (YA Fiction Brook.K)
When two of sixteen-year-old Pete's childhood classmates disappear from a
carnival the same night, he is a suspect, but his own investigation
implicates other old friends he was with that evening--and a tough,
knife-wielding enemy determined to keep him quiet.
- Donnelly, Jennifer. A Northern Light. 2003. (YA Fiction Donne.J)
In 1906, sixteen-year-old Mattie, determined to attend college and be a writer against the wishes of her father and fiancé, takes a job at a summer inn where she discovers the truth about the death of a guest. Based on a true story.
- Feinstein, John. The Rivalry. 2010. (YA Mystery Feins.J)
Eighth-grade sportswriters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson hope to solve a mystery at the famous Army-Navy football game.
- Ferguson, Alane. The Christopher Killer : A Forensic Mystery. 2006. (YA Mystery Fergu.A)
All Cameryn, the daughter of the town’s county coroner, wants is to be her father’s assistant, but her first autopsy is of the 4th victim of the Christopher Killer, who also happened to be her friend. Now determined to solve the crime, Cameryn must battle, the killer, a psychic, and the medical examiner before time runs out for the next victim. Part of a series.
- Green, John. Paper Towns. 2008. (YA Fiction Green.J)
One month before graduating from his Central Florida high school, Quentin "Q" Jacobsen basks in the predictable boringness of his life until the beautiful and exciting Margo Roth Spiegelman, Q's neighbor and classmate, takes him on a midnight adventure and then mysteriously disappears.
- Henderson, Lauren. Kiss Me Kill Me. 2008. (YA Mystery Hende.L)
Longing to be part of the in-crowd at her exclusive London school, orphaned, sixteen-year-old Scarlett, a trained gymnast, eagerly accepts an invitation to a party whose disastrous outcome changes her life forever.
- Henry, April. Girl Stolen. 2010. (YA Fiction Henry.A)
When an impulsive carjacking turns into a kidnapping, Griffin, a high
school dropout, finds himself more in sympathy with his wealthy, blind
victim, sixteen-year-old Cheyenne, than with his greedy father.
- Hoffman, Mary. The Falconer's Knot : [a Story Of Friars, Flirtation And Foul Play]. 2007. (YA Mystery Hoffm.M)
in the palazzos and friaries of fourteenth-century Italy, Hoffman's
detailed, exciting murder mystery includes romantic intrigues and
empowering twists for the female characters.
- Jarzab, Anna. All Unquiet Things. 2010. (YA Fiction Jarza.A)
After the death of his ex-girlfriend Carly, northern California high school student Neily joins forces with Carly's cousin Audrey to try to solve her murder.
- King, A. S. Please Ignore Vera Dietz. 2010. (YA King.A)
When her best friend, whom she secretly loves, betrays her and then dies
under mysterious circumstances, high school senior Vera Dietz struggles
with secrets that could help clear his name.
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