Teen detectives Emmy Budd and her friend, T.J. Blake can't help but notice the ominous, black sedan rolling down main-street on a Sunday afternoon. When the drug store blows up in the middle of the night, Emmy and T.J. suspect foul play. Working together, they uncover clues leading to an illicit pharmaceutical operation, Volume 2 of the Tween mystery series.
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Emmy Budd, Don'T Look Now based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I read the prequel to this book and here was my review of it: As a winner of the 2010 Hollywood Book Festival, I knew I would be reading something of taste, interest, and literary quality. But what I didn't know is I would find a gem of an adventure, filled with genuine characters, humorous dialogue and antics, and a page turning story that even at thirty five I would enjoy reading. As a teacher I know this story would be excellent for my classroom. Middle school kids would enjoy the story as well. I hope others find this book and tell others about it. One of the best stories for kids, incorporating fun, detective work, and adventure. Like all the good old fashioned novels my parents grew up with. A turn away from the paranormal and dive into the real, problem solving, trouble making generations of past. Reviewed by Ami Blackwelder The author of The Hunted of 2060 Hot Gossip Hot Reviews This book did not let me down either. Just as great, with different stories involving thinking, fun, innocent adventure, and good taste. Highly recommend. I wish I had these books when I was growing up, this would have been enjoyable! I also enjoyed them so much I donated my copies after reading to the local school libraries. I hope the kids have fun reading too!
Emmy and TJ are at it again in this new book. A new summer has arrived and the kids are suspicious of a new person at the drugstore and a note they found in a phone booth. What will all this led to? One can only imagine with these two. My boys loved the 2nd book just as much as the first. It was fun to see what Emmy and TJ were going to get themselves into. Summers are always fun in Jerseyville. Makes you want to go there and have some fun yourself.