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The Case of the Poisoned Pig (Milo and Jazz Mysteries #2)

by Lewis B. Montgomery

When Jazz's pet piglet gets sick and the veterinarian suspects it was poisoned, she and Milo use their detective skills to try to figure out who did it.

The Case of the Postponed Murder

by Erle Stanley Gardner

A young woman asks Perry Mason to find her sister--but what does she really want? And did the corpse sail the yacht away after he was shot? Last of the Perry Mason mysteries.

The Case of the Prank That Stank (Wright & Wong #1)

by Laura J. Burns Melinda Metz

B. Orville Wright has Asperger's Syndrome and a genius level IQ. He isn't popular, but he and his best friend, Agatha Wong, are great detectives. Together, they make one unstoppable crime-solving team! At Placid Middle School's annual football game, a prank gone wrong burns down the field house where the school stores fertilizer. Now the field is ruined, and school really stinks... but Agatha and Orville smell foul play. Can they sniff out the prankster, or will the entire school be punished?

The Case Of The Psychic Hamster (The Freaky Joe Club Secret File #4)

by P. J. McMahon

[From the back cover:] There can be only three in the Freaky Joe Club Those are the rules, set down by Freaky Joe himself in the big red book, slightly chewed on one corner and wrapped in a locked bicycle chain. The newest chapter of the Freaky Joe Club consists of Conor, Timmy, and Jack, and their mission is to solve crimes and fight evil in Ship's Cove, Texas -- if they can only convince anyone that there is evil in Ship's Cove. The members of the Freaky Joe Club are back in school, but somehting strange is going on at the Edith R. Hammerrocker Elementary School. Why does the new principal hate the school's nickname? What is a Hammerrocker Hamster anyway? And what are those strange, brown creatures doing in the gym? For that matter, who was Edith R. Hammerrocker? And most of all. . . WHO IS FREAKY JOE?" Look for the other hilarious adventures of the Freaky Joe Club including #1 The Mystery of the Swimming Gorilla, #2 The Case of the Smiling Shark and #3 The Mystery of the Morphing Hockey Stick, with more on the way.

The Case of the Psychic's Vision

by Franklin W. Dixon

PSYCHICS CAN SEE THE DEEPEST OF SECRETS... There's a new family in Bayport: psychics with visions of the past, present, and future. While lots of people are curious about the psychics, Frank and Joe Hardy are skeptical. Is this psychic family for real? When Colin, one member of the family, makes an extremely accurate prediction about a future event, the Hardys are shocked. And when Colin starts "seeing" truths buried in a classmate's past, Frank and Joe find themselves hunting for clues. Had Colin not arrived, this mystery would surely have been left unsolved. With help from a boy who can see things no one else can, the Hardys learn firsthand that things aren't always as they seem....

The Case of the Puzzling Possum (The High-Rise Private Eyes #3)

by Cynthia Rylant

Bunny and Jack investigate the disappearance of a trombone from Mr. Riley's music store.

The Case of the Queenly Contestant

by Erle Stanley Gardner

A Perry Mason mystery.

The Case of the Red Hot Possum (The New Sugar Creek Gang #1)

by Pauline Hutchens Wilson Sandy Dengler

Drawn together by a love for the best-selling Sugar Creek Gang books and a knack for finding trouble, Les, Bits, Tiny, Lynn, and Mike form a New Sugar Creek Gang--and find themselves in--the middle of a whole new bunch of adventures! Who's Stealing the Animals from Sugar Creek? When he and his family move to the neighborhood surrounding Sugar Creek, 11-year-old Les 'decides to explore where all those exciting old' adventures happened. But by that night, Les is caught up in a mystery of his own: Why is someone illegally trapping possums in Sugar Creek County Park? And can a new Sugar Creek Gang put a stop to it?

The Case of the Reluctant Model

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Perry Mason gets involved in a case of slander when an art dealer says a painting by Phellipe Feteet is a forgery. When Perry Mason goes to the apartment of the main witness, all he finds is a very dead body.

The Case of the Restless Redhead

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Evelyn Bagby said she was innocent but she had been seen stealing from the suitcase, the diamond necklace was found in her room, she had the best of motives for killing the two-timing actor, the victim's head was covered by a pillow slip from her bed, and the murder weapon was in her possession. One of Perry Mason's toughest cases!

The Case of the Rich Woman

by Agatha Christie

Previously published in the print anthology Parker Pine Investigates. Mrs. Abner Rymer needs help from Parker Pyne. She may be a rich widow, but she’s been shunned by her friends and is very lonely. After Pyne takes her to see Dr. Constantine, an Oriental sage, Mrs. Rymer passes out and awakens with a totally different identity!

The Case of the Rising Star

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy, Bess, and George are in Chicago for the Mystery Lovers convention--and two of the two stars scheduled to appear have been kidnapped! Some think it's just a ratings ploy, but Nancy uncovers the truth. Can she save the missing stars before someone in the TV ratings war makes a killing?

The Case of the Roasted Onion

by Claudia Bishop

On their farm nestled in upstate Trumansburg, New York, veterinarian Austin McKenzie and his wife Madeline keep themselves busy looking after a variety of ailing farm animals and pets in poor health. But while they may be able to mend creatures great and small, they have yet to find a cure for murder. Who killed veterinarian Benjamin Grazley, and why?

The Case of the Rolling Bones

by Erle Stanley Gardner

Perry Mason is almost stumped by the case of the Klondike millionaire imprisoned in Seattle and wanted for murdering the same man in both Alaska and California.

The Case of the Roving Rolls (Brains Benton Mystery #4)

by George Wyatt

When a snow-white vintage Rolls-Royce chases Jimmy Carson down the driveway of the Willoughby estate all by itself--well, as Jimmy would say, "Creeps!" But that's only the beginning: A strange hit-and-run accident, two quarts of sour cream, and a missing moustache start the incomparable Brains Benton and his partner Jimmy off on a truly international mystery as a kingdom hangs in the balance.

The Case of the Ruined Ram

by David Lewman

The Club CSI: kids team up to solve a crime of school spirit gone wrong.The students in Miss Hodges's forensic science class have been given a tough case to crack: The high school's Rocky the Ram mascot costume was stolen and destroyed! The class divides into teams to investigate, and the first team to solve the crime wins extra credit and gets VIP tickets to Rams games for the rest of the year! Corey, Hannah, and Ben quickly get to work. They discover that a very similar crime happened twenty-five years ago, and back then the rival high school confessed to the vandalism. Is this just a copycat prank? Or could someone else be to blame? Club CSI: is determined to be the first team to uncover the truth! © 2012 CBS & Ent. AB Funding LLC. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in USA is a TM of CBS and outside US TM of Ent. AB Funding LLC.

The Case of the Runaway Dog (Jigsaw Jones Mystery #7)

by James Preller

It is almost Thanksgiving, when Rags runs away. Jigsaw and Mila try to find the drooling dog at any cost.

The Case of the Runaway Money (Bobbsey Twins, #2)

by Laura Lee Hope

The contribution box at the Lakeport Kids' Mini-Marathon to Help the Hungry is missing and it is up to the twins to solve the mystery in order to prove Nan innocent.

The Case of the Runaway Turtle (Clue Jr. #6)

by Parker C. Hinter Delia Rowland

Join the Clue Club members--characters from the best-selling Clue Jr. board game--and follow clues within the text to solve eight puzzling mysteries.

The Case of the Russian Diplomat

by Howard Fast

A murder investigation at a high-priced hotel reveals a deadly plot reaching the highest seats of powerThey call the pool at the Beverly Glen Hotel "the naked hooker." To the frustration of the Beverly Hills police department, the women there are so high class that it's impossible to distinguish guests and girlfriends from professionals. Women flock to the lavish hotel because it teems with film stars, businessmen--and America's richest criminals. Tonight, to detective Masao Masuto's chagrin, there is the body of a naked man in the pool. Though the management insists the death was accidental, Masuto doubts that any man would hide his own clothes before taking a midnight swim. The woman who reported the body is gone by the time the police reach her room, and the man they find there, Jack Stillman, insists there was nobody staying with him. The next day Stillman is dead, and Masao Masuto has a killing spree to deal with--one that leads to a tangled web of espionage and international conspiracy. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Howard Fast including rare photos from the author's estate.

The Case of the Saddle House Robbery (Hank the Cowdog Series, #35)

by John R. Erickson

There's a new dog on the ranch, and Hank's none too pleased about it. He's supposed to keep an eye on Jake, but Jake has other plans.

The Case of the Safecracker's Secret (Nancy Drew #93)

by Carolyn Keene

Someone has broken into the safety depository at the Wilputte Bank & Trust, but nothing has been stolen. Nancy is called in to investigate--and meets a couple of robbers comparable to Bonnie and Clyde!

The Case of the Santa Claus Mystery (Jigsaw Jones Super Special #4)

by James Preller

Jigsaw Jones must figure out a way to trap Santa Claus so that Sally Ann Simms can meet him.

The Case of the Screaming Skates and Other Mysteries

by L. E. Wolfe

Jack B. Quick and his detective squad investigate the sabotage of a skating rink and three other sports-related mysteries.

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