In the third Devlin Quick adventure from internationally bestselling author Linda Fairstein, Dev goes to Martha’s Vineyard for rest, relaxation…and a hidden pirate treasure!
After successfully apprehending a map thief at the beginning of summer, Dev is going to spend the second half of her summer vacation in Montana with her best friend, Katie, exploring the outdoors and NOT getting into trouble. But after participating in a dinosaur dig, Katie and Dev suspect that someone bad is in the Badlands when Katie’s found fossils are switched out for old rocks. The good news? With Mom back in New York, no one can stop Devlin from investigating! But the fossil thief isn’t the only danger here, as snakes, scorpions, and bears abound, making Montana a treacherous place for finding answers.
And when the mystery takes Dev and Katie back to Manhattan—to the Museum of Natural History—the case gets even more complicated, even with Dev’s friend Booker there to help. Dev has to use her brains, brawn, and yes, okay, the lessons learned from her police commissioner mother if she wants to dig up the truth once and for all. This is the perfect read for fans of Nancy Drew and Theodore Boone.
Linda Fairstein worked in the Manhattan district attorney’s office for more than two decades. Her Alexandra Cooper novels are international bestsellers and have been translated into more than a dozen languages. She lives in Manhattan and on Martha’s Vineyard. The Devlin Quick Mysteries are her first books for children. Learn more at www.LindaFairstein.com, or follow Linda @LindaFairstein.
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SECRETS FROM THE DEEP: 2018 TOUR
Tuesday November 6 6:45 – 7:00pm (New York, NY)
Barnes & Noble Upper East Side
Store: B&N store #2278
NYC/Upper East Side
Thursday, November 8 5:50pm arrival 6:00 – 7:30p.m. (New York, NY)
SHAKESPEARE & CO.
939 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY
Contact: Francoise Brodsky**- 917-442-1356
Director, Community Outreach and Events
**From the store: Given Linda’s popularity, we want to make sure that people who buy her books get priority. The event is free and open to all, but we’ll reserve a spot for anyone who pre-orders her new book. “The event is free and open but SPACE IS LIMITED. To guarantee your spot, call (212) 772 3400 to pre-order the book (1 book for up to 3 seats).”
Friday, November 9 2:30pm (New York, NJ)
National Investigators Super-conference
Speech & Book Sale
(400 private investigators, NYC event)
401 7th Ave
New York, NY
Saturday November 10 2:00pm (Bernardsville, NJ)
99 Claremont Rd.
Bernardsville, NJ 07924
Contact: Mary Ann – 908-766-4599
Tuesday November 13 6:00pm (Baltimore, MD)
The Children’s Bookstore
4717 Harford Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21214
Contact: Melissa Doty – 410-532-2000
The Children’s Bookstore
Thursday November 15 4:00pm – 6:00pm (Cleveland, OH)
Appletree Books bookstore
Meet & Greet Event plus Signing
12419 Cedar Rd
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
Saturday November 17 7:00pm (Huntington, NY)
313 New York Ave.
Huntington, NY 11743
Contact: Loren Limongelli – 631-271-1442
Publicist / Event Coordinator
Sunday, November 18 noon – 2:00pm (Pound Ridge, NY)
Talk/Reading Event & Signing
67 Westchester Ave.
Pound Ridge, NY 10576
store phone: 914-764-3171
Contact: Susan Williamson – 914-764-3171(store) / 646-285-1265 (cell)
Monday, November 19 6:30pm Event (New York, NY)
Author Talk plus Wine + Snacks
The Mysterious Bookshop
58 Warren Street
New York, NY 10007
Contact: Thomas Wickersham -212-587-1011
Manager Mysterious Bookshop
Thursday, December 6 5:30pm – 7:30pm Event (New York, NY)
Union League Club Holiday Book Fair
37th Street at Park Avenue
Rizzoli will sell books
Contact: Steele Hearne, ULC Librarian
MORE EVENTS TO BE ADDED!
–School Library Journal
NANCY DREW for a new generation!
“The action-packed, first-person story is full of informational tidbits on beloved authors (Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelley, Jane Austen), cartographers, New York library history and much more. With a balanced mix of well-defined characters, engaging dialogue, cliffhanging chapters and unexpected scenes, this book is nothing less than one riveting read.”