March 2, 2011

The Midnight Tunnel: A Suzanna Snow Mystery

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Midnight_tunnelWelcome to Scholastic Booktalks where we recommend brand new Scholastic books that we think you will love. Today's booktalk is:  The Midnight Tunnel: A Suzanna Snow Mystery by Angie Frazier.

It's July of 1904 and Suzanna Snow (Zanna to her friends) is stuck in sleepy Loch Harbor, New Brunswick, helping her parents manage the beautiful Rosemount Hotel, but she really wants to be a detective like her uncle, the famous Bruce Snow. While she spends her days serving tea to ornery guests and trying to get the biggest lobsters for the cook's banquet table, Zanna takes notes on the hotel guests and any peculiar circumstances she encounters. . . an abandoned cigar and pair of socks on the beach. . . a bellhop's angry attitude. She longs to take a trip to Boston to study with her uncle, but he doesn't even return her letters. Zanna's summer looks like it will be another long boring stretch of chores. . . until little Maddie Cook disappears during a power outage in a thunderstorm, and Zanna is the only witness to her abduction.

Read about Suzanna Snow's adventures to see if you can solve the mystery of The Midnight Tunnel. And, look for the sequel The Mastermind Plot coming in March, 2012.

— Melissa, Scholastic Booktalker

  1. Lexi

    This books seems great! I am a definite book person and these are the types of stories that I like. I am definitely going to get this book no matter what.

  2. leader of schoolastic

    I love it,it sound awesome and have u read it because its sound good I Iove how you put some interesting detail so i will give u a boss of mystery!!!!!

  3. tiya

    this book look so horrorily i cant wait to read the whole thing i wish i could go on the internet right know and read but i can wait i dont read alot but this book look good. tyhis is A.K.A. TIYA C

  4. Sophia

    I think they mean 1904, but it was just a little mistake, so what? I can’t wait 2 read it!

  5. angel

    i can’t wait to read it. i LOVE to read. i am doing something in fifth grade and i’m a fourth grader i LOVE to read

  6. Morgan G

    This book looks so good I love to read and I think I might want to read this one I really hope it’s a good book!

  7. cutie3500

    Pretty cool! I’m going to have to see if my librarian can get a copy for the school library so I can read it!

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