Publisher description for Minerva Clark gets a clue / by Karen Karbo.


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Minerva Clark is a typical thirteen-year-old girl: she hates her hair, she hates her legs (which somehow manage to look both too fat and too skinny at the same time), and don’t get her started on her gigantor bootie. On top of all this puberty, she’s being raised by three older brothers, none of whom really get her. But when a fateful encounter with a lightning storm rewires her sense of self, Minerva Clark becomes anything but a typical teen. With a brazen new attitude and a nose for trouble, Minerva soon finds herself drawn inexplicably to the scene of a murder and determined to track down the killer. If only all the clues weren’t pointing so close to someone she knows…



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Self-confidence -- Fiction.
Murder -- Fiction.
Identity theft -- Fiction.
Mystery and detective stories.