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The Case of the Burning Building and The Case of the Ruby Ring: The Adventures Of Shirley Holmes

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Shirley Holmes is on the case in these thrilling new mysteries, using the cunning and logic that she inherited from her famous ancestor, Sherlock Holmes.

In "The Case of the Burning Building", the new kid in school, Bo Sawchuk, is accused of causing several fires in the area.But Shirley believes Bo is innocent, and the two of them set out to find out who wants to frame Bo a
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Paperback, 128 pages
Published February 9th 1999 by Yearling
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Best known for her books under the name Judie Angell, Judie Angell Gaberman [Also wrote under pseudonyms Fran Arrick and Maggie Twohill] writes novels which blend serious emotions with humorous circumstances to explore both common and unique issues that young people face--in their families, with their peers, and with authority figures. Most of Angell's protagonists are experiencing transitions, ...more
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