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Young detective Shirley Link keeps her crime-solving ability under wraps. But when the school principal asks for help catching a thief, can she crack the case and keep her cover?
Shirley Link is a 14-year old private eye, but she doesn’t want anyone to know. Whenever she uses her powers of observation she gets into trouble.
She wrote a school paper about a tough case she’d solved over summer vacation.
“It’s not a creative writing assignment, Shirley,” the teacher scolded. “You were supposed to write about what actually happened.”
“I did,” she said, louder than she meant to. But he gave her a D anyway.
So when the school principal needs Shirley’s help to catch a thief she tries to do it quietly. Can she track down a criminal who’s clever enough to steal $35,000 and the one-ton safe it was kept in? Can she do it without the whole world finding out about her detective skills?
Hint: the answer to one of those questions is, no.
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Ben Zackheim's two series, Shirley Link and The Camelot Kids appeal to young and old alike. Emily Neuburger of Parents.com says, "[Shirley Link] is an amazing series!" and Julie Ann Grasso (author of the Adventure of Caramel Cardamom books) says The Camelot Kids will "leave you clutching onto your Kindle." Stephen King says, "I'm not providing blurbs at this time," but Ben is chipping away at King's resolve.
Ben is currently working on The Camelot Kids: Book Two and a new Sci-Fi series title...
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