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The Case Of The Claymore Diamond

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When the Claymore Diamond is stolen from Ravensburg’s finest jewelry store, Stanley Carusoe gets the bright idea that he and his friends should start a detective agency.

Armed with curiosity and their love for math, Stanley, Charlotte, Gertie and Felix race around town in an attempt to solve the mystery. Along the way, they butt heads with an ambitious police chief, uncover dark secrets, and drink lots of milkshakes at Mabel’s Diner. But when their backs are against the wall, Stanley and his friends rely on the one thing they know best: numbers. Because numbers, they never lie.

Join Stanley and his friends in this smart and funny first mystery in The Math Inspector series, perfect for kids ages 9-12.

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Hott Review:

The small town of Ravensburg has no idea what it’s in for! With the Math Inspectors on the job things are going to get exciting.

I really enjoyed reading The Case of the Claymore Diamond. It’s a great book for 9-12 year old reluctant readers. It’s adventurous, fun, and informative. I loved how they consistently brought math into the equation without getting boring.

If you, or your middle-grade reader, is looking for something new, The Case of the Claymore Diamond is a great read!

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Author: Daniel Kenney
Source: I purchased The Case Of The Claymore Diamond on February 24, 2015 when it was free.
Publisher & Date: December 5th 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Genre: Middle Grade, Detective
ISBN: 150313699X
Pages: 136
Grade: A
Ages: 8-12
Steam: none
Setting: Ravensburg
Series: The Math Inspectors #1
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Author Bio:

Daniel KenneyDaniel Kenney and his wife Teresa live in Omaha, Nebraska with zero cats, zero dogs, one gecko, and lots of kids. When those kids aren’t driving him nuts, he writes writes books and does a lot of laundry. A lot. No, seriously, you can’t possibly imagine how much laundry he does.

Websites & Links: Daniel Kenney's website Daniel Kenney's twitter Daniel Kenney's facebook

 

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