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Sleuth or Dare #3: Framed & Dangerous

Press:Framed & Dangerous

Press: Scholastic Paperbacks (July 1, 2012)
Publication Date:2012-7
Author Name:Harrington, Kim


Who's the culprit?Norah and Darcy are still in a fight, but crime doesn't stop just because the girls aren't speaking. 
Someone has set fire to their school's brand-new field house.
And the prime suspect is Zane Munro, the cute boy Norah can't help crushing on.When Zane asks Partners in Crime for help, Norah and Darcy must band together to investigate.
Norah knows Zane is innocent, but the clues are not in his favor.
Can she and Darcy mend their friendship, crack the case, and clear Zane's name before it's too late?

About the Author

Kim Harrington is the acclaimed author of CLARITY, an ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant readers, and PERCEPTION, which Kirkus Reviews called "a smart, paranormal mystery ride." She is also the author of the middle-grade series Sleuth or Dare. 
Kim lives in Massachusetts with her husband and son.
When not writing, she's most likely reading, watching one of her favorite TV shows, or fantasizing about her next vacation.
Visit her online at www.kimharringtonbooks.com.


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Comment List (Total:16)

  •     Good condition. Worth every penny!

  •     Young readers in our family love this book.

  •     Granddaughter loves the series

  •     Bought this book for my daughter and she loves it. I hope this author writes more of these books. Highly recommend this.

  •     Framed and Dangerous was a great book because the author gives a lot of detail in this series and I cannot wait for the next one to come out! I really like the part where you can imagine what the dance looks like and what the decorations look like. I recommend this book to people who love mysteries like I do.

  •     No complaints.


  •     GreatIt was really good and you should totally get it on kindle so yeah just. Get it

  •     My 9 year old loved em!

  •     This book by Kim Harrington is by far one of her best books yet. In this book you can feel many emotions. You get kept on your toes as you fall into the world of Norah Burridge. The story makes you want to think and solve the mystery for yourself. With a twist at the end you will never again seize to read another book.

  •     My daughter loved this book. She is 12 yrs. old.

  •     Got the set of these books for my daughter as a Christmas present since she loves mysteries. She read through them all in the same day and was looking for more, which unfortunately there are none. Great books for ages 9-12.

  •     I'm reviewing these three books together because they go together. Each book is a continuation of the previous ones, which I like. It makes it seem more realistic. Norah and Darcy are best friends. Despite some differences they complement each other nicely. Norah loves astronomy and shrugs off the title of 'nerd' believing that intelligence is something worth sharing. Darcy loves black and purple and crime shows, she also has great skills on the computer that she sometimes misuses.In the first book, Partners in Crime, Norah and Darcy form a pretend business for a class assignment. They are surprised when an anonymous someone seeks their detective help in finding a missing person. They decide to help but first they need to find out the identity of the person seeking their aide. Using Darcy's computer skills and Norah's inescapable logic, can they find the mysterious requester or the missing person?In the second book, Norah and Darcy's friendship is tested when Norah starts spending time with Fiona, the most popular girl in school, and Maya, the quietest girl in school. But the friendship issues take a back seat when Maya comes to them with a problem, mysterious noises are coming out of a baby monitor while she's babysitting. Can they catch the culprit(s) and maintain their friendship?In the third book, Norah and Darcy's friendship seems to be over, but is it? And what about Zane, Norah's crush, did he really burn down the field house or has he been framed as he claims? Can Darcy and Norah stop fighting long enough to find out?This is a delightful new mystery series of special appeal to girls. Not only is the writing good but the stories are interesting and believable. They also involve the technological side of things involving computer hacking, smart phones, and baby monitors. Okay, so baby monitors aren't really high tech, but once you've read book two you might think otherwise. This is a great series to recommend to readers who've moved past Nancy Drew or Hardy Boys or who want a more modern type of mystery. I think this series will really speak to young readers, and I really enjoyed them myself.

  •     Bought this for my daughter and she LOVED it so much she is upset that there are no more. We have all of the volumes.I have not read it but my daughter who is not the most avid reader could not put it down. A bit of mystery and interesting story that kept her interest. Way to go.

  •     my daughter loved this book series.

  •     Excellent!


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