Dirty Laundry

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Harper Collins, Oct 6, 2009 - Young Adult Fiction - 256 pages
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the school:

The Winchester School of the Arts, nicknamed "The Laundromat" because it's where better schools send their "dirty laundry." Get kicked out of Exeter, Hotchkiss, or Choate? End up at Winchester.

the girl:

Carli, a gorgeous pigtailed Hollywood actress going undercover at Winchester to research her role.

the boy:

Fun (short for Fellini Udall Newport), an embittered senior and graffiti artist who was almost expelled—until his dad (and a lot of money) convinced the headmaster to let him work off his crime as Carli's assistant.

the problem:

Beautiful, talented senior Darcy Novak, one of the least screwed-up people at Winchester, has disappeared.

As Carli and Fun discover each other's hidden talents, there's a villain setting them up. Can they save Darcy—and themselves—or will they wash out?

 

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User Review  - Ceibhionn - LibraryThing

I found dirty laundry a really interesting book, I loved the way it was written going from 2 different peoples perspectives in each chapter. I also really enjoyed the story and found it really cool ... Read full review

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Carli is an actress who's sent undercover to a boarding school to research a role. Fun is the son of the show's producer, and he's forced to act as her "assistant" while she's there. The only glitch ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
4
Section 3
19
Section 4
21
Section 5
27
Section 6
34
Section 7
42
Section 8
46
Section 15
161
Section 16
164
Section 17
169
Section 18
175
Section 19
188
Section 20
192
Section 21
196
Section 22
208

Section 9
62
Section 10
69
Section 11
95
Section 12
98
Section 13
146
Section 14
153
Section 23
211
Section 24
220
Section 25
229
Section 26
235
Section 27
246
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About the author (2009)

Daniel Ehrenhaft is the author of many books for teens, including the Edgar Award-winning Wessex Papers (under the pseudonym Daniel Parker), Dirty Laundry, and Drawing a Blank.

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