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470 pages, Paperback
First published January 1, 2007
My teenage years were defined by meetings at the principal’s office, rides in squad cars, ditching, vandalism, smoking in the bathroom, drinking at the beach, breaking and entering, academic probation, groundings, lectures, broken curfews, hangovers, blackouts, illegal drugs, combat boots, and unwashed hair.Izzy has now straightened out, mostly, and has a job with her parents' PI firm, but is thinking of striking out on her own. But first she needs to solve an old missing person mystery that may have something to do with a problem in her own family. It was fun read, but not really my thing. I've since dumped the book on PBS, and I didn't feel any compelling urge to go read any more books in this series.