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Acceleration by Graham McNamee, Y Fiction McNamee
Stuck working in the Lost and Found of the Toronto Transit Authority for the summer, seventeen-year-old Duncan finds the diary of a serial killer and sets out to stop him.
The Chaos Code by Justin Richards, Y Fiction Richards
Fifteen-year-old Matt and his new friend Robin search the globe to retrieve an ancient code--rumored to have brought down the ancient civilization of Atlantis--from the hands of a madman who is bent on destroying the modern world.
The Christopher Killer: A Forensic Mystery (Forensic Mystery series) by Alane Ferguson, Y Fiction Ferguson
On the payroll as an assistant to her coroner father, seventeen-year-old Cameryn Mahoney uses her knowledge of forensic medicine to catch the killer of a friend while putting herself in terrible danger.
The Door of No Return by Sarah Mussi, Y Fiction Mussi
Sixteen-year-old Zac never believed his grandfather's tales about their enslaved ancestors being descended from an African king, but when his grandfather is murdered and the villains come after Zac, he sets out for Ghana to find King Baktu's long-lost treasure before the murderers do.
Down the Rabbit Hole: An Echo Falls Mystery by Peter Abrahams, Y Fiction Abrahams, Y Books on CD Abrahams
Like her idol Sherlock Holmes, eighth grader Ingrid Levin-Hill uses her intellect to solve a murder case in her home town of Echo Falls.
Eye of the Crow (the Boy Sherlock Holmes series) by Shane Peacock, Y Fiction Peacock
A woman is found stabbed to death in London. A young boy is drawn to the scene to investigate the murder and becomes a suspect himself.
Fake ID by Walter Sorrells, Y Fiction Sorrells
After a lifetime of moving and assuming new identities, sixteen-year-old Chass begins to piece together the disturbing past that haunts her and her mother and which involves a mysterious tape, a deceased popular singer, and the secrets of several people in a small Alabama town.
Finding Lubchenko by Michael Simmons, Y Fiction Simmons
When his father is framed for murder and bioterrorism, high-school junior Evan, using clues from a stolen laptop, travels from Seattle to Paris with two friends to find the real culprit.
First Shot by Walter Sorrells, Y Fiction Sorrells
As David enters his senior year of high school, a family secret emerges that could solve the mystery of why his mother was murdered two years ago.
For Mike by Shelley Sykes, Y Fiction Sykes
When Jeff's best friend Mike disappears in the fall of their senior year in high school, Jeff has disturbing dreams in which Mike urges him to come get him, and a secret begins to unfold.
Found (The Missing series) by Margaret Peterson Haddix, Y Fiction Haddix
When thirteen-year-olds Jonah and Chip, who are both adopted, learn they were discovered on a plane that appeared out of nowhere, full of babies with no adults on board, they realize that they have uncovered a mystery involving time travel and two opposing forces, each trying to repair the fabric of time.
Gilda Joyce: Psychic Investigator (Gilda Joyce series) by Jennifer Allison, Y Fiction Allison
During the summer before ninth grade, intrepid Gilda Joyce invites herself to the San Francisco mansion of distant cousin Lester Splinter and his thirteen-year-old daughter, where she uses her purported psychic abilities and detective skills to solve the mystery of the mansion's boarded-up tower.
The Hanging Woods: A Novel by Scott Loring Sanders, Y Fiction Sanders
In rural Alabama during the summer of 1975, three teenaged boys build a treehouse, try to keep a headless turkey alive, and become involved in a murder mystery.
Kiss Me Kill Me by Lauren Henderson, Y Fiction Henderson
When 16-year-old Scarlett Wakefield transfers from St. Tabby’s to Wakefield Hall Collegiate, she is relieved that no one knows her dark, haunting secret. A few months ago, Scarlett was invited to an elite party with a guest list full of the hottest names in British society, including Dan McAndrew. Before the party, Scarlett had only imagined what it would be like to have her first kiss with Dan, but on the penthouse terrace, Dan leaned in close and she no longer had to wonder. Their kiss was beautiful and perfect and magical, and then . . . Dan McAndrew took his last breath as she held him in her arms. No one knows how or why Dan died, and everyone at St. Tabby’s believes Scarlett had something to do with it. But now that she’s safely hidden away at Wakefield Hall, Scarlett would rather forget that it ever happened. Only she can’t. Especially when she receives an anonymous note that will set her on the path to clearing her name and finding out what really happened to the first and last boy she kissed.
The Last Knight: A Knight and Rogue Novel (Knight and Rogue series) by Hilari Bell, Y Fiction Bell
Need a Hero? You've got one in Sir Michael Sevenson. Although there hasn't been a knight errant in over two hundred years, this young noble has decided to revive the trade. He's found himself a reluctant partner in Fisk, a clever rogue who has been given the choice of serving as Michael's squire or going to jail for a very long time. Now Michael and Fisk are on a quest to right wrongs, protect the innocent, and make the world a happier place. It's not going to be easy. On their first attempt at rescuing a damsel in distress, they break a lady out of a tower, only to discover she was there for good reason: awaiting trial for poisoning her husband. Now the would-be heroes must find Lady Ceciel and return her to justice or be condemned themselves.
Last Shot: A Final Four Mystery by John Feinstein, Y Fiction Feinstein
Steven Thomas is one of two lucky winners of the U.S. Basketball Writer’s Association’s contest for aspiring journalists. His prize? A trip to New Orleans and a coveted press pass for the Final Four. It’s a basketball junkie’s dream come true! But the games going on behind the scenes between the coaches, the players, the media, the money-men, and the fans turn out to be even more fiercely competitive than those on the court.
The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Down, Y Fiction Dowd
When Ted and Kat's cousin Salim disappears from the London Eye ferris wheel, the two siblings must work together--Ted with his brain that is "wired differently" and impatient Kat--to try to solve the mystery of what happened to Salim.
Magic Can Be Murder by Vivian Vande Velde, Y Fiction Vande Velde
Nola and her mother have unusual abilities that have always set them apart from others, but when Nola sees a murder using her power to call up images using water and a person's hair, she finds herself in the worst danger ever.
My Swordhand is Singing by Marcus Sedgwick, Y Fiction Sedgwick
In the dangerous dark of winter in an Eastern European village during the early seventeenth century, Peter learns from a gypsy girl that the Shadow Queen is behind the recent murders and reanimations, and his father's secret past may hold the key to stopping her.
The Mystery of the Third Lucretia by Susan Runholt, Y Fiction Runholt
While traveling in London, Paris, and Amsterdam, fourteen-year-old best friends Kari and Lucas solve an international art forgery mystery.
Nightmare by Joan Lowery Nixon, Y Fiction Nixon
Emily is sent to a camp for underachievers where she discovers a murderer on the staff who might provide an explanation for her recurring nightmares.
Nightmare Academy by Frank Peretti, Y Fiction Peretti
Elijah and his sister Elisha go undercover to investigate a mysterious school that is sheltering runaway teenagers for a sinister purpose.
So Yesterday: A Novel by Scott Westerfeld, Y Fiction Westerfeld
Hunter Braque, a New York City teenager who is paid by corporations to spot what is "cool," combines his analytical skills with girlfriend Jen's creative talents to find a missing person and thwart a conspiracy directed at the heart of consumer culture.
Something Rotten: A Horatio Wilkes Mystery by Alan Gratz, Y Fiction Gratz
In a contemporary story based on Shakespeare's play, Hamlet, Horatio Wilkes seeks to solve the murder of his friend Hamilton Prince's father in Denmark, Tennessee.
Troubling a Star by Madeleine L’Engle, Y Fiction L’Engle
As she tries to stay alive after being left on an iceberg in the Antarctic, sixteen-year-old Vicky recalls the series of events that brought her to the bottom of the world and involved her in a dangerous mystery.
The Vandemark Mummy by Cynthia Voigt, Y Fiction Voigt
When, as the new Classics professor at Vandemark College, their father is made responsible for a collection of ancient Egyptian artifacts, twelve-year-old Phineas and his older sister Althea try to find out why the collection is the target of thieves, especially when the mummy disappears.
The Virtual Life of Lexie Diamond by Victoria Foyt, Y Fiction Foyt
Fourteen-year-old Lexie is only at peace while using her computer, so when her mother dies suddenly, Lexie tries to connect with her online and not only discovers that her mother was murdered, she learns that her father's new girlfriend is big trouble.
Witch Dreams by Vivian Vande Velde, Y Fiction Velde
Sixteen-year-old Nyssa uses her ability to see into people's dreams to discover who murdered her parents six years ago.

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