Finding the Forger

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Bancroft Press, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Bianca Balducci, everybody's favorite teenage amateur sleuth, is back on the case. On top of school (St. John's), her two bickering friends (Kerrie and Sarah), and boy trouble (Doug), Bianca is brought in to prove the innocence of Hector, Sarah's latest heart throb, who's the prime suspect in a clever switcheroo at the local art museum several paintings have gone missing, and forgeries hung in their place. But things get awfully complicated when Connie, Bianca's PI older sister, is hired by the museum to formally investigate the crime. Doug, Bianca's fabulous new boyfriend, isn't paying as much attention to her as she'd like, while a charming and rich Brit named Neville seems more than willing to take Doug's place. Can Bianca manage to keep Doug's affections while gently fending off Neville? In this story of misassumptions, Bianca learns that things are not always as they seem, that all cases are not so open-and-shut, and that connected with every valuable painting is the possibility of a forgery."

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