Drawing a Blank: Or How I Tried to Solve a Mystery, End a Feud, and Land the Girl of My Dreams
I don't know how this happened
One day I'm snug in my loner existence at Carnegie Mansion School, and the next I'm tramping through the Scottish wilderness looking for my dad. Who's been kidnapped. Because of a feud that started in medieval times. Or something. Suffice it to say, I never paid too much attention because I thought the whole thing was some twisted figment of my dad's imagination.
Now my only company is a wannabe cop who just might be my superhero dream girl. And if I don't deliver some piece of mysterious "proof" to the kidnappers, my dad is toast. I've got my fair share of issues with my dad, but I don't really want to see him burned to a crisp.
Anyway, you in?
This is not the first time I've been wrong about something.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Merryann - LibraryThing
A delightful story that defies being pigeonholed in one genre. Yes, it's a mystery. It's also a romance. It's a travel story. A tale of adventure. A school story, and a coming of age tale. I loved the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - librarybrandy - LibraryThing
One I was skimming for potential inclusion on my mysteries booklist. I got halfway through and decided not to bother with the second half. The writing is juvenile, the comic is terrible, and the main ... Read full review