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The Case of the Tricky Trap (Hank the Cowdog Series, #46)

by John R. Erickson

Someone has been getting into the feed shed, and Slim puts out a trap. Hank, must check the trap and help Slim nab the culprit. Unfortunately, the trap is trickier than Hank thought, and he soon comes face to face with his old buddy, Eddy the Rac.

The Case of the Troubled Trustee

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Perry Mason acquires an interesting client, who was made trustee for the girl he loved and embezzled her funds for her own protection.

The Case of the Troublesome Turtle (The High-Rise Private Eyes #4)

by Cynthia Rylant

Bunny and Jack, animal detectives, investigate the disappearance of the balloons from the neighborhood toy store.

The Case of the Twin Teddy Bears

by Carolyn Keene

On the trail of a teddy bear thief, nancy unwraps double-dealing and double crosses! Bess is working during the Christmas rush at Beary Wonderful, a toy and teddy bear shop, when the holiday season takes a sudden scary turn. The owner's prized collection of antique teddy bears -- cute, cuddly, and worth a bundle -- has been ripped off. But the break-in is only the beginning of a much bigger and more brazen teddy bear caper. The attempted theft of Bess's own bear -- a replica of one of the antiques -- leads Nancy to believe that more is at stake than a couple of burgled bears. For Nancy knows that even something as innocent as a teddy bear can be stuffed with intrigue!

The Case of the Twisted Kitty (Hank the Cowdog Series, #43)

by John R. Erickson

It's winter in the Texas Panhandle and the ranch is buried in snow and ice, but Sally May needs to go into town. Hank decides to follow Pete's misguided advice and bravely escort her car down the slick road. Before Hank realizes what's happening, Sally May's car skids into a snowdrift and she is angrier than ever before. And who does she blame--poor Hank! After consulting with his trusty partner Drover, Hank decides the only way to win back Sally May's affection is to be on his best behavior. Will Hank be able to turn over a new leaf and become the well-mannered dog that every owner dreams of?

Case of the Unsolved Case (Wishbone Mystery #13)

by Alexander Steele

David suddenly disappears. Joe and Wishbone search for him, but as the hours tick by, there is no trace of David...

The Case of the Vagabond Virgin

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Prominent businessman John Addison persuades Perry Mason to spring Veronica Dale, a sweet young thing, from the local jail where she was locked up overnight for vagrancy. Once her release is arranged, however, Mason discovers that this innocent-looking girl, who is new in town, is part of an elaborate blackmail plot and wanted for murder.

The Case of the Vampire Cat (Hank the Cowdog Series, #21)

by John R. Erickson

When Slim accidentally abandons Hank at a neighbor's ranch, Hank ends up with a new sidekick, Mary D Cat, who he's sure is a vampire

The Case of the Vanishing Boy

by Alexander Key

His memory gone, a mysterious youth knows only one thing: It's time to runOn a crowded commuter train, a young boy shakes with fear, unable to remember how he got there or where he's going. His memory is a total blank. He doesn't even know his name. But beside him is a blind girl, Ginny, who has a way of seeing deep within people's souls. Looking inside the boy's addled memory, she discovers that his name is Jan--and he has every reason to be afraid. When the train stops, Jan flees into the night, and the police come charging after him. No matter where he goes--a church, the woods, the back alleys of this cozy suburban town--the hunters keep getting closer. He has incredible powers, and the government wants to use them for evil purposes. As his memory returns, Jan will tame his powers and stop running. With Ginny's help, he will begin to fight back.

The Case of the Vanishing Emerald

by Holly Webb Marion Lindsay

"Isnt it a bit strange that all these horrible things are happening to Miss Massey now... Just in time to make her think that the curse is working." Sarah Massey, talented lead actress in Circus Sweethearts, is a mess. She should be dancing on air--after all, her boyfriend just proposed. But she has lost his gift: a beautiful emerald necklace with a storied history. Rumor has it whoever loses the necklace will be cursed, and now everything around Miss Massey is falling apart. She turns to Maisie Hitchins and her dog, Eddie, for help. But when Maisie shows up at the London theater, things only get stranger. Maisie begins to wonder if it's really the lost emerald causing all of these problems, or if someone in the troupe is green with envy . . . This follow up to the Case of the Stolen Sixpence is the second book in The Mysteries of Maisie Hitchins series.

The Case of the Vanishing Painting (Jigsaw Jones Mystery #25)

by James Preller

There's a missing painting at school and Jigsaw and Mila are again on another detective case.

The Case of the Vanishing Veil

by Carolyn Keene

A Boston Wedding... A Veiled Threat... A Dangerous Environment... When Nancy attends a wedding in Boston, she encounters a marriage marred by mischief. The groom may have stolen the bride's heart, but a thief has made off with her antique lace veil! From a mansion in Cape Cod to a museum of witchcraft in Salem, Nancy, Bess, and George follow a trail of intrigue and deceit across the New England countryside. They uncover the shocking story behind the wedding-day prank -- and a $60 million mystery behind the vanishing veil!

The Case of the Velvet Claws

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Thanks to a bungled robbery at a fancy hotel, the already-married Eva Griffin has been caught in the company of a prominent congressman. To protect the politico, Eva's ready to pay the editor of a sleazy tabloid his hush money. But Perry Mason has other plans. He tracks down the phantom fat cat who secretly runs the blackmailing tabloid -- only to discover a shocking scoop. By the time Mason's comely client finally comes clean, her husband has taken a bullet in the heart. Now Perry Mason has two choices: represent the cunning widow in her wrangle for the dead man's money -- or take the rap for murder.

The Case of the Video Game Smugglers

by Bruce Lansky M Masters

Twelve-year-old amateur sleuths, and best friends, Hawkeye Collins and Amy Adams love to solve cases. They invite readers to follow the clues and sketches to solve crimes in their hometown of Lakewood Hills. All of the books in the "Can You Solve the Mystery" series contain 9-10 short mysteries. Readers are given written clues as well as visual clues to help them solve the crime. The answers and a brief wrap-up are given in the back of the book.The Case of the Computer Camp Kidnap; The Secret of the Tomato Pincher; The Mystery of the Unknown Rescuer; The Case of the Video Game Smugglers; The Mystery at Mill Creek Bridge; The Secret of the Author's Autograph; The Mystery of the Rainy Night Robbery; The Mystery of Amy's Disappearance; The Case of the Sloppy Vandals; The Secret of the Ancient Treasure. Part 3: The Mysterious Message

The Case of the Waylaid Wolf

by Erle Stanley Gardner

A woman defends herself from date rape by stealing his car. When her would-be rapist is found dead, Perry Mason defends her on the murder charge and does some spectacular misdirection with the evidence.

The Case of the Weird Blue Chicken

by Doreen Cronin Kevin Cornell

The Chicken Squad is back for their second (mis)adventure, and this time they're solving the mystery of a kidnapped...HOUSE? A hilarious chapter book from the bestselling author of Click, Clack, Moo and The Trouble with Chickens.Dirt, Sugar, Sweetie, and Poppy are the four members of The Chicken Squad, and business is booming. A weird blue bird has just flown into Chicken Squad headquarters squawking on about a house-napper (yes, house-napper), and it is once again up to the squad to uncover who is up to no good. But there is something NUTS about this story that the squad can't quite put their feather on...and oh, brother, is it key to solving the case!

The Case of the Winning Skateboard (Clue Jr. #12)

by Parker C. Hinter Delia Rowland

The Clue Club has a new batch of mysteries to unravel, from the Case of the Doorbell Dodger to the eerie Case of the Glow-in-the-Dark Message.

The Case of the Worried Waitress

by Erle Stanley Gardner

A pretty waitress is accused of stealing $100 from her wealthy aunt's hatbox and a blind pencil-seller earns enough to come to work in a taxicab. It is a mystery for Perry Mason and it will take some quick thinking and careful planning on his part to find the culprits.

The Case of the Zoo Clue (Clue Jr. #5)

by Parker C. Hinter Delia Rowland

The Clue Club is solving mysteries at the zoo, the computer store, and school. Read the stories carefully and look at the pictures closely - there might be a clue hidden! Are you as good a detective as the Clue Club kids?

The Case of William Smith (Miss Silver #13)

by Patricia Wentworth

An amnesiac Holocaust survivor steps into a mystery that only Miss Silver can solve<P> William Smith is not sure what his name is, but he doubts it's William Smith, the name the Nazis gave him when he wandered out of one of their hospitals in 1942, to be herded, along with so many others, into one of their nightmarish camps. They did their best to kill this man without a name, but he survived because a man with no identity has nothing to fear. Now, the war over, he is back in England, ready to make a new life. But even a man with no past cannot escape history. William Smith is about to find himself enmeshed in a terrifying mystery, which only Maud Silver, the staunch, old-fashioned detective, can solve. He may yet learn his name, but it could cost him his life.

Case Pending (Lieutenant Luis Mendoza #1)

by Dell Shannon

In Lieutenant Luis Mendoza's first case, he is faced with a three-way mystery involving the senseless killing of Elena Ramirez, a blackmailing involving a below-the-radar adoption, and a young man's guilt. And when Mendoza connects Elena's death with that of another woman, and investigates two further hunches, he draws closer to a solution...

Case Studies

by Stephen M. Stahl Nancy Muntner Debbi A. Morrissette

Designed with the distinctive, user-friendly presentation Dr Stahl's audience know and love, this new stream of Stahl books capitalize on Dr Stahl's greatest strength - the ability to address complex issues in an understandable way and with direct relevance to the everyday experience of clinicians. The book describes a wide-ranging and representative selection of clinical scenarios, making use of icons, questions/answers and tips. It follows these cases through the complete clinical encounter, from start to resolution, acknowledging all the complications, issues, decisions, twists and turns along the way. The book is about living through the treatments that work, the treatments that fail, and the mistakes made along the journey. This is psychiatry in real life - these are the patients from your waiting room - this book will reassure, inform and guide better clinical decision making.

Case Studies and Theory Development in the Social Sciences

by Alexander L. George Andrew Bennett

Winner of the 2006 Giovanni Sartori Book Award, given by the American Political Science Association's Qualitative Methods Section. The use of case studies to build and test theories in political science and the other social sciences has increased in recent years. Many scholars have argued that the social sciences rely too heavily on quantitative research and formal models and have attempted to develop and refine rigorous methods for using case studies. This text presents a comprehensive analysis of research methods using case studies and examines the place of case studies in social science methodology. It argues that case studies, statistical methods, and formal models are complementary rather than competitive. The book explains how to design case study research that will produce results useful to policymakers and emphasizes the importance of developing policy-relevant theories. It offers three major contributions to case study methodology: an emphasis on the importance of within-case analysis, a detailed discussion of process tracing, and development of the concept of typological theories. Case Studies and Theory Development in the Social Sciences will be particularly useful to graduate students and scholars in social science methodology and the philosophy of science, as well as to those designing new research projects, and will contribute greatly to the broader debate about scientific methods.

Case Studies & Cocktails

by Chris Ryan Carrie Shuchart

After all the hard work on your application, youâ TMre finally in to business school. Now what? The acceptance letter is just the beginning of your MBA experience. Even before classes start, youâ TMll face all kinds of new challenges: financing your degree, readjusting to homework, schmoozing recruiters. Now you can turn to this book, produced by Manhattan GMATâ "one of the leading names in GMAT preparationâ "to ready you for the challenges youâ TMll face as a newly-minted MBA candidate.Case Studies & Cocktails will be your go-to guide as you prepare to enter your MBA program and throughout your time at b-school. The authorsâ "MBAs themselvesâ "have drawn on their own experiences and interviewed current students for the inside scoop on every aspect of b-school, from telling the boss youâ TMre going back to school to balancing wine and cheese in one hand while networking. The result is both a handbook for the social side of school and an academic primer on the material youâ TMll have to master. The book even includes a glossary of need-to-know jargon, so you wonâ TMt feel lost when classmates start slinging around acronyms.

Case Studies in Abnormal Behavior

by Frank Schmalleger

Topics discussed: anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, sexual disorders, delusional disorders, depression, substance abuse, violence, eating disorders, among others.

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