The League of Freaks and the Secret Key

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010 - Fiction - 366 pages
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Embrace your differences. That's what Shree Mandvi's father is always telling her. If only he knew just how different she really is. Being a teenage girl from the Bronx is not what makes Shree stand out at her new private school in Cambridge-it's her ability to turn into a bee. She'll need her newfound powers, though, when she discovers a map-filled book from the 1600s claiming that there's a mysterious key-and hidden treasure-lost somewhere under the campus of Harvard University. With the help of four freaky new friends, each with their own secret powers, Shree must race to solve an ancient riddle. If she succeeds, she will unlock the final door. But first, she must summon her powers in time to save herself and her friends.

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About the author (2010)

After graduating from Harvard University, Alberto Hazan attended Stony Brook Medical School. He trained in emergency medicine at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital in New York City, where he was chief resident. Since then, he has worked in clinics and hospitals all over the world, including Morocco, Nepal, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Haiti. As a former Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner, Dr. Hazan continues to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault in both New York and Las Vegas, where he currently practices emergency medicine. He is the author of the medical thriller "Dr. Vigilante" and the young adult urban fantasy series "The League of Freaks.

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