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A Little Taste of Poison
by R. J. Anderson


Overview - Twelve-year-old Isaveth tries to take down the man who framed her father for murder in this lively follow-up to A Pocket Full of Murder , which Kirkus Reviews called thoroughly entertaining.
The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar.
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Overview
Twelve-year-old Isaveth tries to take down the man who framed her father for murder in this lively follow-up to A Pocket Full of Murder, which Kirkus Reviews called thoroughly entertaining.
The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar. Isaveth has a talent for spell-making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the most exclusive magical school in the city. So when she s offered a chance to attend, she eagerly accepts.
The school is wonderful, but old and new enemies confront Isaveth at every turn, and she begins to suspect her scholarship might be more a trap than a gift. Even her secret meetings with Esmond, her best friend and partner in crime-solving, prove risky especially once he hatches a plan to sneak her into the biggest society event of the season. It s their last chance to catch the corrupt politician who once framed her father for murder. How can Isaveth refuse?"

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781481437745
  • ISBN-10: 1481437747
  • Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
  • Publish Date: September 2016
  • Page Count: 368
  • Reading Level: Ages 9-12


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