Fifteen-year-old Cicely's summer job at a seaside boarding house owned by a family friend turns into a dangerous adventure as she stumbles across clues to a long unsolved murder and possible espionage.
Paperback, 170 pages
Published 1987 by Atheneum
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Odin's Eye turns out to be an old house on the New England shore, named after the protagonist's angry great-grandfather. This story has nothing whatsoever to do with Norse mythology. It is about a girl named Cicely, whose mother thinks she is too much of a bookworm and will never find a boyfriend, and sends her to spend the summer doing domestic work at her cousin Millicent's boarding house. Unexpectedly staying at the boarding house is Lummie, once Millicent's fiance but not seen for years, now...more