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Math whiz Alice Jones has already cracked a mystery or two. She's smart and she's fearless, so who else would her classmates turn to? But when a famous local scientist vanishes from a locked room, Alice and her detective skills graduate to the big leagues.
Dr. Learner had been working on a top-secret invisibility suit that everyone wants. Rumor has it he's disappeared under suspicious circumstances . . . literally. But is wacky science really behind his vanishing? Or is it something more sinister? Alice won't stop until she knows the truth . . .
The Impossible Clue is a middle-grade story whose appeal is no mystery, with a protagonist whose charm needs no magnifying glass to detect.
Sarah Rubin grew up splitting time between Philadelphia and an island off the coast of Maine. She spent most of her childhood playing dress-up, reading, and trying to get lost in the woods.
Sarah earned a BA in creative writing and history from Skidmore College in New York State, and after teaching dance and drama for a year, she moved to Winchester, England. She is the author of Someday Dancer.