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Grades 4 - 8Grade 6n/a5.168650
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In this funny and clever middle grade mystery reminiscent of Rear Window and perfect for fans of the Mysterious Benedict Society series, Sophie Young and Grace Yang are best friends, seventh graders, and spies.

Sophie and Grace have made a game out of spying on their neighbors. On one of their midnight stakeouts, they witness a terrifying scene at the home of their bizarre middle-school counselor Dr. Charlotte Agford (also known as Dr. Awkward).

At least, they think they do. When the girls are proven wrong, they are still convinced that Dr. Agford is hiding a terrible secret—and they're determined to find out what it is. Soon the girls are breaking secret codes, being followed by a strange blue car, and tailing strangers with unibrows and Texas accents. But as their investigation heats up, Sophie and Grace start to crack under the pressure. Will solving the case destroy their friendship?

Paperback, 384 pages
Published on January 5, 2016 by HarperCollins
ISBN-10: 0062110519
ISBN-13: 9780062110510
4 Book Reviews
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  • lotte_parker667
    lotte_parker667Friday, July 12, 2019 at 12:25 pm55 stars
    I really liked this book! It was very devious - just as it led you to believe one thing - it twisted it and said something else. The two main characters were very likeable and funny, and the way how their backyard antics led to something much bigger than themselves really made me laugh and sit on the edge of my seat for more. The code mentioned in the book was very helpful to move the book forward and the main thing that I learned is that nothing is how it seems. Happy reading! ~ Lotte Parker
    • lotte_parker667
      lotte_parker667Friday, July 12, 2019 at 7:58 am55 stars
      I really liked this book! It was very devious - just as it led you to believe one thing - it twisted it and said something else. The two main characters were very likeable and funny, and the way how their backyard antics led to something much bigger than themselves really made me laugh and sit on the edge of my seat for more. The code mentioned in the book was very helpful to move the book forward and the main thing that I learned is that nothing is how it seems. Happy reading! ~ Lotte Parker
      • hollowitz
        hollowitzTuesday, March 22, 2016 at 7:26 pm
        I want to read it!
        • candyexpress
          candyexpressSaturday, December 28, 2013 at 1:50 pm55 stars
          This book is awesome!!! I was the 1st one to write something so PLEASE read it! Will you?

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