Samantha Sanderson: Without a Trace (Book 4) by Robin Caroll.
Little description: “Sam Sanderson is an independent, resourceful, high-tech cheerleader. She dreams of becoming an award-winning journalist like her mother, so she’s always looking for articles to publish in her middle-school paper (where she secretly hopes to become chief editor). With a police officer for a father, Sam is in no short supply of writing material.
In the fourth book of the Faithgirlz Samantha Sanderson series, Sam’s friend Tam Lee is missing. As the days pass, all clues seem to point to something sinister in Sam’s opinion. Sam must decide whether to do what everyone wants her to and let law enforcement continue to work as though Tam is a run-away. Or should Sam follow her heart and keep poking around looking for more clues?
The Samantha Sanderson series is about an ordinary girl with extraordinary dreams. Each book touches on a crime straight from headlines, from bomb threats to bullying, while following Samantha and her friends as they navigate middle-school and questions of faith.”
Genre: Christian Fiction/YA/ Juvenile Detective
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My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5
What could have gone wrong?
Sam wanted to be the great reporter, and secretly wanted to run the school newspaper…But she needed the solid mystery case, and she got it. Her school friend gone missing…. While the sheriffs thought that it was the case of attempted runaway, she collected her clues with the help of the school crew. Yet that led to typical troubles, when the kids try to stick their noses in someone else’s business, which brought the policemen to her doorsteps. Will she unravel the mystery at all or discover the gruesome truth about child kidnapping? Did her friend become another victim of the abduction cycle in her neighborhood?
Great for “kids” who love juvenile detective stories….
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