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Strange things are going on at the police station. Shelby's friend Susan Skelton has been accused of embezzling $10,000 in bail money. But Shelby doesn't believe that sweet, middle-aged Susan would commit such a crime. She knows it has to be a frame-up. Why? And more important-who? One thing is clear: the culprit must have had access to Susan's desk and files. Could it have been Officer Jack Bridges? Perhaps this new patrolman's not as loyal as he appears. Or could it have been... Detective Hineline? It sure doesn't seem his nature, but he's been acting very secretive lately. Suddenly, everyone at the station is becoming a suspect. Shelby knows it's up to her to find out who framed Susan. But the more clues she uncovers, the more complicated this becomes!
Only two basketball teams stand between Joe Talbot's team and the play-offs! One team's players are a little shorter than average, while the other team's members are a little taller.
Shelby goes whale-watching aboard the Nantucket Nell on the very day money disappears from the sight-seeing company's safe. Soon, the prime suspect comes out of hiding and teams up with Shelby to prove his innocence -- and surface with the truth.
When sisters get together...expect the unexpected! Stephanie, Michelle, and DJ have their house all to themselves -- all weekend! The three sisters plan to do tons of cool, exciting stuff together.
To keep her sister Karen from reading her diary, Elizabeth has put a warning in it saying the diary is magic and goblins will punish those who read it. Karen reads the diary and believes Elizabeth's warning. Now the goblins are coming to get her.
Kim Chen is annoyed about her little brother finding her secret hiding place in the attic. To scare him away, she tells him that the attic is haunted. Kim thought she had made the story up, but later that night she hears someone creeping about.
SALEM HAS HIS OWN TALES TO TELL IN THESE NEW STORIES! It all started when Sabrina put a spell on her history book. Salem accidentally jumped into it, and now he keeps popping up in one historic scene after another. Everywhere he goes, he meets famous people like George Washington and Harriet Tubman. And they all need his help! The only way Salem will ever get out of the history book is to come up with the answers these famous folks need...and that means remembering what really happened. Salem had better be careful with his advice, or he'll be stuck in history...forever!
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