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The Celebutantes: In the Club
The Celebutantes In the Club
Author: Antonio Pagliarulo
ISBN-13: 9780385734738
ISBN-10: 0385734735
Publication Date: 1/8/2008
Pages: 256
Reading Level: Young Adult
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Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Book Type: Paperback
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The Hamilton sisters are back. They thought their murder mystery days were over. That is, until one of their classmates dies at one of their parties at their own club. It's up to them to solve the murder before another classmate gets the ax. But can they solve this dilemma when they have their own problems to worry about?

Madison just can't believe what has happened and is torn apart. After she had promised Mother Margaret that nothing wild would happen at their party, one of her classmates gets murdered. But its not just any classmate -- it's the one guy that she was beginning to like. Finding out who the murderer is, is the most important thing for Madison right now.

A director sees the perfect actress in Park; her boyfriend does, too. But Park just can't find it in herself to be this actress that everyone supposedly sees. Park just wants to get her act together, because her acting debut is one of the biggest movie productions yet, and she stars opposite her boyfriend.

Lex needs to make sure that none of her friends go down the social ladder and that her family name isn't ruined. She was able to save it the first time; Lex just needs to stay out of trouble to save their name one more time.

With their perfection and a little sass, the Hamilton sisters are on the case.

With even more suspense, action, and style, the second novel in THE CELEBUTANTES series does not disappoint. Antonio Pagliarulo makes these crime-solving sisters even more lovable.