By Beth Fantaskey
During this clean and humorous youngster secret, seventeen-year-old Millie joins forces along with her classmate, lovely yet mysterious Chase Albright, to aim to determine who murdered trainer Killdare.
Putting the lifeless in deadline
To Bee or to not Bee? whilst the generally disliked Honeywell Stingers soccer trainer is located murdered, 17-year-old Millie is decided to enquire. She is chasing a lead for the varsity newspaper - and searching to transparent her father, the assistant trainer, and leading suspect.
Millie's companion is beautiful, smart-and retaining secrets
Millie joins forces together with her mysterious classmate Chase who turns out to wish to aid her even whereas protecting up secrets and techniques of his own.
She's beginning to get a reputation…without any of the benefits.
Drama-and bodies-pile up round Millie and he or she chases clues, snuggles Baxter the so-ugly-he's-adorable bassett hound, and storms out of the world's so much awkward institution dance/memorial mash-up. no less than she will get to consume loads of pie.
Best-selling writer Beth Fantaskey's humorous, fast moving combination of Clueless and Nancy Drew is a suspenseful page-turner that's the top time a reader could have with buried guns, poultry clocks, and a boy who simply watches gloomy movies…but in some way makes Millie smile. Bee-lieve it.
Pair with Fantaskey's best-selling Jessica's advisor to courting at the darkish facet.
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Buzz Kill by Beth Fantaskey