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The Little Woods by Mccormick Templeman
The Little Woods

11 Stories, August 4, 2012

It's a murder mystery set at a secluded boarding school that churns out academic champions. Stressed out teenagers believing their every move is life or death can be a whole lotta drama, but I found myself sucked into the scene. Some of the escapades the teens engage in might not be appropriate for innocent readers, but anyone that has already received their college acceptance letter should be able to cope with themes. My only criticism, a lot of the boys in this book seem to tousle the sleuth's hair. I don't really find that part very believable. Otherwise, as someone who reads a fair amount of mysteries, I totally encourage everybody to read this book. It was completely satisfying, complex, fast and fun.
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