By Michael D. Beil
The excellent sequence for children who enjoyed THE LEMONADE conflict sequence and are prepared for extra mysteries!
Edgar Award Nominee for most sensible Mystery!
"With wit, crafty, snappy discussion and more desirable math skills, The purple Blazer Girls represent the simplest of girl-detectives whereas nonetheless feeling relatable and genuine. Nancy Drew will be correct at domestic with this group." -- Huffington Post's 15 maximum child Detectives List
It all begun with The Scream. And ended with . . . good, if we informed you that, it wouldn’t be a secret! yet in among The Scream and The Very magnificent finishing, 3 acquaintances locate themselves on a scavenger hunt organize for a woman they by no means met, looking for a mythical ring reputed to furnish needs. Are those sleuths at school uniforms modern day equivalents of Nancy, Harriet, or Scooby? not likely, they’re simply 3 great women who choose to support out a peculiar woman, and turn out hiding below tables, tackling notice puzzles and geometry equations, and looking out quite moldy garage rooms for “the stuff that desires are made from” (that’s from an outdated detective movie). Oh, and there’s A Boy, who complicates issues. As boys usually do.
Intrigued? The pink Blazer ladies offers a enjoyable, twisty event in the event you love secret, math (c’mon, admit it!), and a modest degree of mayhem.
Michael Beil, a brand new York urban highschool English instructor and life-long secret fan, supplies a middle-grade caper that is ideal for middle-grade readers who've accomplished THE LEMONADE struggle sequence and are prepared for extra complex mysteries!
From the Hardcover edition.