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Once upon a crime —Buckley, Michael, 1969- author.

When the fairy-tale detectives rush to New York City hoping to find an Everafter who can cure Puck, they trigger a chain of events that includes a murder mystery, and learn many new things about their mother who, along w...

Rider Woofson. 8, The big bad woof —Styles, Walker, author.

A new criminal in Pawston is stealing priceless works of art, but Rider, busy with an old friend, may not be able to prevent the theft of the Bona Lisa.

Absolutely Truly —Frederick, Heather Vogel.

"Twelve-year-old Truly Lovejoy's family moves to a small town to take over a bookstore. Soon, she has to solve two mysteries involving a missing book and an undelivered letter"-- Provided by publisher.

Yours Truly —Frederick, Heather Vogel, author.

When someone tries to sabotage the maple trees on her friend Franklin's family farm, Truly Lovejoy rallies the Pumpkin Falls Private Eyes to investigate.

Rider Woolfson. book 2, Something smells fishy —Styles, Walker, author.

"Prince Bubbles, the prince of New Sealand, comes to Pawston to recieve an award. Everything goes swimmingly well until Rider and the PI pack realize something smells fishy about their royal vistor"-- Provided by publish...

The case of the school ghost —Butler, Dori Hillestad.

When therapy dog Buddy attends the fourth grade sleepover in the school's library, he solves the mystery of the school ghost.

The Crown Affair : (from the files of a hard-boiled detective) —Ransom, Jeanie Franz, 1957- author.

Just before the Mother Gooseland Games, hard-boiled detective Joe Dumpty is called upon to solve the mystery of what made Jack and Jill fall down the hill -- and who took Jack's prized crown after the fall.

Ace Lacewing, Bug Detective : the big swat —Biedrzycki, David.

Springtime in Motham City means baseball, but the player who could lead the Stinkbugs to a rare winning season loses confidence when his special bat is stolen, and Ace Lacewing is hired to find it before the team misses ...

Rider Woofson. book 1, The case of the missing Tiger's Eye —Styles, Walker, author.

A doggy detective with a nose for sniffing out clues joins new friends in the Pup Investigators Pack to stop feline fiends from committing nefarious capers in Pawston's criminal underbelly.

The phantom bandit —Stilton, Geronimo, author.

When you're with Geronimo Stilton, it's always a fabumouse adventure! While vacationing at Skull Castle Geronimo stumbles on a mystery. A ghost cat is threatening the special pumpkins that grow in the Von Cacklefurs' gar...

The soccer ball monster mystery —Styles, Walker, author.

Rider and the PI Pack try to find the soccer team's missing mascot, Dynamo Dog.

A spark unseen —Cameron, Sharon, 1970-

When Katharine Tulman foils an attempt to kidnap her Uncle Tully, she finds herself caught up in international intrigue. Aware that there are people who want to turn her uncle's mechanical fish into an explosive device, ...

Girl in the blue coat —Hesse, Monica, author.

"In 1943 Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, teenage Hanneke--a 'finder' of black market goods--is tasked with finding a Jewish girl a customer had been hiding, who has seemingly vanished into thin air, and is pulled into a web of ...

Tales from the hood —Buckley, Michael, 1969- author.

When a kangaroo court of Everafters, led by Judge Mad Hatter, tries Mr. Canis for his past crimes as the Big Bad Wolf, the Grimms seek evidence to save their friend, although Sabrina questions whether he should be saved....

Panda-monium : a Funjungle novel —Gibbs, Stuart, 1969- author.

Teddy Fitzroy must solve the crime of the kidnapped rare and expensive panda, Li Ping.

A case in any case —Nilsson, Ulf, 1948- author.

When Detective Gordon retires and Buffy is left alone at the police station, she hears strange noises and decides to call Gordon in to help her with the mystery.

The goldfish boy —Thompson, Lisa (Lisa Anne), 1973- author.

Emotionally crippled by his obsessive-compulsive disorder, teenager Matthew Corbin rarely leaves his room on a cul-de-sac in London, and he passes the day observing and writing down his neighbors doings from his window--...

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