“The Mystery of the Third Lucretia,” by Susan Runholt

Book Cover Art for The Mystery of the Third Lucretia by Susan Runholt“The Mystery of the Third Lucretia,” by Susan Runholt is an enjoyable mystery about two daring teenage girls who uncover a multi-million dollar international art crime.

Fourteen-year-old Kari and her best friend Lucas have been friends for years. When Kari and Lucas get a chance to go to London with Kari's mom, who is an international writer and photographer for The Scene magazine, the two girls don't realize that their trip is going to turn into a full scale mystery.

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Review of “The Mystery of the Third Lucretia,” by Susan Runholt

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Inkweaver Review 2009-04-22T17:33:00-05:00

6 replies so far. What are your thoughts?

Susie Sharp Librarian said...

This sounds alot like "Chasing Vermeer" by, Blue Balliett.Which by the way is a really good book,may have to look into this one.Thanks

NathanKP said...

Blue Balliet's art mysteries may seem similar, but in fact Blue Balliet adds a more supernatural and intuitive side to things, whereas this book is more about action.

Blue Balliet's art mystery series has a totally different tone and focus.

Thanks for commenting.

Susie Sharp Librarian said...

Ok Thanks..I'm always looking for more YA mysteries for our library.

NathanKP said...

Great. I'm sure that your readers will enjoy "The Mystery of the Third Lucretia." :)

Stop by again soon!


Anonymous said...

This is pretty good book i really enjoyed it

Grace said...

I am reading this book for book club and I'm really enjoying it.