Shirley Link & The Safe Case

Shirley Link & The Safe Case

By Ben Zackheim

  • Release Date: 2013-01-01
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
From 38 Ratings
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Description (Emily Neuburger, Everyday Fun blog)
"Shirley Link is a new girl detective series that my daughter is crazy about. This is an amazing series, my friends! Your kids will be hooked and you'll feel really good about it."

Edward Hemingway, Author/Illustrator for Bad Apple and Bump in the Night
"This Virginia Mars for the tween-set is funny, smart, and full of preternatural wisdom. A thirteen year old gumshoe with mad crazy perception skills, Shirley Link sets out to solve the mystery of a missing school safe while at the same time juggling jealous best friends, boys, and homework. She does this with aplomb and the occasional, hilarious zinger."

Who is Shirley Link?
"I put on my kindest face for the poor man. I even smile a little. Marie slashes her fingers across her neck, telling me to stop with the fake grin. She must think I look creepy again. I keep smiling, though. I need to practice. I have a problem with people thinking I'm mean." - Shirley Link

And so it goes, for Shirley Link. Brilliant, brazen and still a whole year away from her driver's permit. Sure, she's only 14 years old and has homework to do, but she'll put it aside for the right mystery!

Shirley Link's kickoff adventure pits her against a thief who's stolen thirty thousand dollars from her school's safe. Usually, she'd wrap that kind of case up before The Big Bang Theory. But there's one intriguing, frustrating detail. The half-ton safe disappeared too! Shirley must find the culprit quickly, or else her beloved principal, Mr. Reese, will lose his job. As she digs deeper, Mr. Reese looks more and more guilty. Will Shirley save him, or get him tossed in jail?

"This is how it is to be Shirley Link, the best detective in the world, if I do say so myself. I can spot a lie like most people spot a zit. I see connections where they hide best. And I get in trouble every time I try to tell people what I do with my free time. Only a handful know about my talent. I prefer to keep it that way." - Shirley Link


  • Shirleylink

    By Book person11
    This book was great, although it's short on pages it's a great selection it's also free. Enjoy!
  • A fun story

    By Habanero63
    Very enjoyable story about a young teen sleuth solving a missing money mystery at her school. I liked the positive depiction of a brainy outsider succeeding where adults fail in solving the case. Lighthearted and very pleasant to read.