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   Snatched, by Pete Hautman, Mary Logue  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2006
 
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      Roni Delicata is the pushy crime reporter for the school newspaper The Bloodwater Pump. Brian Bain is a quiet science geek who has a tendency to blow things up. Ordinarily, they would have nothing to do with each other. But today isnít an ordinary day: their snobby classmate Alicia Camden has been snatched.

    Soon enough, Roni and Brian are on the case. But as they dig deeper into the mystery, they find nothing but suspects: Aliciaís hothead boyfriend Maurice, her creepy stepfather, and even Driftwood Doug, the hobo who always seemed to be watching Alicia from the woods. Itís up to Roni and Brian to find Alicia and reveal the shocking secret that led to her disappearance.

    An eerie mystery that never loses its sense of humor, Snatched marks the beginning of a great new series set in the small town of Bloodwater featuring two offbeat detectives youíll be thrilled to meet.

     
     
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