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The Ring of Rocamadour by Michael D. Beil
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The Red Blazer Girls
by Michael D. Bell
Calling all math geniuses! The girls from St. Veronica's Catholic School stumble across a secret passageway that takes them on a quest to find something very special, something hidden over twenty years ago right in New York City. Strangely enough, the answers to the quest are hidden in a series of riddles that test the girls' knowledge of algebra and geometry. Sound boring? I think not. It's fun to see how the girls work together and reason over daily visits to the local cafe “Perkatory,” which just happens to be right next to a church. The dialogue is snappy, the antagonist is sneaky (you don't even figure out who the villain is until the end) the girls are quite amusing, as well as smart. There's a little love interest sparking at the end, but it's not over-the-top.

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