Teen Review: “Buzz Kill by Beth Fantaskey”
After finding Coach Killdare dead, Millie sets out on a mission of finding the killer. She wants to be the one who gets credit for writing about the whole debacle for the school paper instead of her archenemy, Vivienne Fitch. After all, Millie was the one who found Coach, which was a very traumatic experience. But after Millie’s father, the mayor and assistant football coach, starts to look more and more guilty in the public’s eye, it becomes imperative that Millie finds the real killer. With the help of some Nancy Drew books and a very handsome recluse of a football player, Millie sets out in search of the truth. But on this mission, more secrets may come out than Millie wants, and not everyone turns out to be who she thought they were. This book was fun and kept me guessing until the end. It was also a nice tribute to Nancy Drew.
Aedan, Central TLLC, 17