Teen Mysteries

    • The Vanishing Season
      Jodi Lynn Anderson

      For Maggie Larsen, the town of Gill Creek is only a stopgap before college and freedom. Until she meets Pauline and Liam. What starts as an uneventful year suddenly changes. Someone is killing teenaged girls, and the town reels from the tragedy. As Maggie's and Pauline's worlds collide and change around them, they will both experience love and loss.

    • How We Fall
      Kate Brauning

      As first cousins, seventeen-year-olds Jackie and Marcus know their love is taboo, but living in the same house, working at the family's vegetable stand, and especially seeking Jackie's missing best friend, Ellie, keep drawing them together.

    • Nearly Gone
      Elle Cosimano

      A math-whiz from a trailer park discovers she's the only student capable of unravelling complex clues left by a serial killer who's systematically getting rid of her classmates.

    • Payback Time
      Carl Deuker

      Overweight, somewhat timid Mitch reluctantly agrees to be the sports reporter for the Lincoln High newspaper because he is determined to be a writer, but he senses a real story in Angel, a talented football player who refuses to stand out on the field--or to discuss his past.

    • I Was Here
      Gayle Forman

      When her best friend, Meg, drinks a bottle of industrial-strength cleaner alone in a motel room, Cody is understandably shocked and devastated. She and Meg shared everything—so how was there no warning? But when Cody travels to Meg’s college town to pack up the belongings left behind, she discovers that there’s a lot that Meg never told her.

    • Burning Blue
      Paul Griffin

      When beautiful, smart Nicole, disfigured by acid thrown in her face, and computer hacker Jay meet in the school psychologist's office, they become friends and Jay resolves to find her attacker.

    • Mister Death's Blue-Eyed Girls
      Mary Downing Hahn

      Narrated from several different perspectives, tells the story of the 1956 murder of two teenaged girls in suburban Baltimore, Maryland.

    • The Girl is Murder
      Kathryn Miller Haines

      In 1942 New York City, fifteen-year-old Iris grieves for her mother who committed suicide and for the loss of her life of privilege, and secretly helps her father with his detective business since he, having lost a leg at Pearl Harbor, struggles to make ends meet.

    • No One Else Can Have You
      Kathleen Hale

      As sixteen-year-old Kippy of Friendship, Wisconsin, reads her best friend Ruth's diary, she is shocked at what she learns and spurred to solve Ruth's murder, certain that the boy who was arrested is innocent.

    • Forget Me
      K. M. Harrington

      In a town suffering after the major employer closed under a cloud of scandal, Morgan and her friends uncover a mystery as they try to learn if her supposedly dead boyfriend is living nearby under a different name.

    • We Were Liars
      E. Lockhart

      Cadence Sinclair Easton comes from an old-money family, headed by a patriarch who owns a private island off of Cape Cod. Each summer, the extended family gathers at the various houses on the island, and Cadence, her cousins Johnny and Mirren, and friend Gat (the four "Liars"), have been inseparable since age eight. During their fifteenth summer however, Cadence suffers a mysterious accident. She spends the next two years—and the course of the book—in a haze of amnesia, debilitating migraines, and painkillers, trying to piece together just what happened. 

    • Maid of Secrets
      Jennifer McGowan

      In 1559 England, Meg, an orphaned thief, is pressed into service and trained as a member of the Maids of Honor, Queen Elizabeth I's secret all-female guard, but her loyalty is tested when she falls in love with a Spanish courtier who may be a threat.

    • Ten
      Ten
      Gretchen McNeil

      Ten teens head to a house party at a remote island mansion off the Washington coast . . . only for them to picked off by a killer one by one.

    • Hysteria
      Megan Miranda

      After stabbing and killing her boyfriend, sixteen-year-old Mallory, who has no memory of the event, is sent away to a boarding school to escape the gossip and threats, but someone or something is following her.

    • She is Not Invisible
      Marcus Sedgwick

      A London teenager who is blind and her younger brother travel to New York to find their missing father, using clues from his notebook.