The Case of the Digital Deception
When there’s a mystery surrounding a popular online game, the Club CSI: kids use digital forensics to solve a case of foul play.
Ben, Corey, and Hannah have their work cut out for them when Whitney, the most popular girl in school, comes to Club CSI: for help. At first her case seems easy to crack—someone has been tampering with Whitney’s locker, and since her best friend Alyssa has the combination, she is a likely suspect.
But nothing is as simple as it seems, especially once the team learns that other strange things are happening around Whitney. Mysterious charges from a popular Internet drawing game have shown up on Whitney’s parents’ credit card. Whitney swears she didn’t authorize the charges, so who did? The digital drama increases when Club CSI: launches an online investigation—and to uncover the culprit, they’ll have to go undercover as players of the game!
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