The Cameo Necklace: A CÚcile Mystery

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American Girl Pub., 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 165 pages
3 Reviews
As CÚcile exits a crowded showboat after enjoying a lavish Floating Circus, she stumbles--and when she gets up, she realizes that the cameo necklace she borrowed from her aunt is no longer on her neck. Knowing that the necklace was the last gift Tante Tay's husband gave her before he died, CÚcile is desperate to find it. As she tracks down the people in the crowd who were near her when she fell, her search takes her into many corners of New Orleans, from a society tea party to the crowded French Market, even the dangerous cypress swamps...and deep into secrets she never imagined! An illustrated "Looking Back" essay provides facts about the 1850s.

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Review: The Cameo Necklace: A Cecile Mystery (American Girl Mysteries)

User Review  - Carly Jacobs - Goodreads

This was a very exciting mystery that kept your interest thru the entire book. Just when you thought things were figured out something happens to make you rethink who might be guilty. In this book ... Read full review

Review: The Cameo Necklace: A Cecile Mystery (American Girl Mysteries)

User Review  - Sydney - Goodreads

i like the part when Cecile finds her necklace. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Evelyn Coleman's books include "To Be a Drum", "White Socks Only", "The Riches of Oseola McCarty", a Smithsonian Notable Book and a Carter G. Woodson Honor Book, and "Born in Sin". Ms. Coleman lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she received the Atlanta Mayor's fellowship for achievement in children's literature. Visit Evelyn online at evelyncoleman.com.

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