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Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless by Liz Czukas

Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless by Liz Czukas is both an endearing and lighthearted book, that embraces mystery and humor. Chloe Novak is your simple teenage girl, head over heels for her crush, Tyson, working a job at her local grocery story, GoodFoods, and trying to merely survive high school. Nothing in her life is out of the ordinary, and Chloe is hardly ready for the action packed day she is about to receive. When Chloe heads to work at GoodFoods on Christmas Eve, nothing is out of the ordinary besides the unappealing Christmas sweaters and light up jewelry which costumers have decided to wear. That is until Chloe and five of her coworkers are accused of stealing $10,000! It is up to them now to prove their innocence and try to determine who is to blame for the missing money.
The novel, Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless, is a cozy read with a light mystery, keeping the reader fully engaged. Czukas does a phenomenal job touching on humor, romance, and mystery to attract a broad range of readers. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good fireside read, that is light and a tad slow paced. The diversity in characters makes for an interesting plot line and resembles The Breakfast Club, in the sense that a group of assorted teens are forced together all being accused or punished for a crime. I applaud Czukas’s incredible job of having the majority of the store take place in the time span of a day and in one location, the grocery store. With such a simple idea, Czukas creates an intricate story and manages to make it hilarious and heartwarming at the same time.

By: Marilyn Morris

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