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Vanishing Act: Mystery at the U.S. Open (The Sports Beat, 2) e-book

Author:

John Feinstein

Language:

English

Category:

Children

Subcategory:

Literature & Fiction

ePub size:

1701 kb

Other formats:

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Yearling; Reissue edition (April 8, 2008)

Pages:

279

ISBN:

044042125X

Vanishing Act: Mystery at the U.S. Open (The Sports Beat, 2) e-book

by John Feinstein


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New York Times bestselling author John Feinstein goes behind closed doors at the US Open. When teen sportswriters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson score press passes to the . Open they expect drama. They expect blistering serves. They expect blistering serves, smashed returns and fierce competition. What they don't expect is kidnapping. Russian tennis phenom Nadia Symanova was supposed to win it all, but she never even made it onto the court.

In Feinstein's Last Shot (2005), 13-year-old reporters Susan Carol Anderson and Stevie Thomas uncover a scandal at. .

In Feinstein's Last Shot (2005), 13-year-old reporters Susan Carol Anderson and Stevie Thomas uncover a scandal at basketball's Final Four event. In this follow-up, set at the . Open, the teens once again unravel a scandal, all the while learning the ropes of sports reporting. Accompanied by adult mentors, many of whom first appeared in Last Shot, the friends arrive at the Open and prepare to file stories for their newspapers. Then a young Russian tennis star is kidnapped, and as the teens track down clues, they discover that Susan's beloved uncle may be involved.

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New York Times bestselling author John Feinstein goes behind closed doors at the US Ope. hen teen sportswriters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson score press passes to the . What they don’t expect is kidnapping. Now the whole stadium is in an uproar trying to find her. Can Stevie and Susan Carol get to Nadia before it’s too late?

When a famous Russian tennis player is apparently kidnapped at the US Open, it is up to two budding teen journalists to solve the crime.

When a famous Russian tennis player is apparently kidnapped at the US Open, it is up to two budding teen journalists to solve the crime. Mystery fans won't be disappointed either with the twisty, but logical ending. marnattij, February 7, 2007.

Feinstein has also written a sports-mystery series for young adults in which main characters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson are reporting on major sporting events including . Vanishing Act: Mystery at the US Open

Feinstein has also written a sports-mystery series for young adults in which main characters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson are reporting on major sporting events including the Final Four, US Open (tennis), Super Bowl, World Series, the Army–Navy Game, and the Summer Olympics. He currently has 36 books written. Vanishing Act: Mystery at the US Open. Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson solve a kidnapping and numerous crimes at the . Open tennis tournament.

Vanishing Act by John Feinstein. com User, January 13, 2007. In Vanishing Act by John Feinstein, the main characters, Steve Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson, both have a deep love of sports and are sports reporters. When Nadia Symanova, a tennis player, vanishes at the US Open Tennis Tournament, Steve and Susan Carol try to unravel the mystery. Has she been kidnapped because someone wants her to stay a Russian citizen and not become an American? Did she run away?

John Feinstein has been praised as the best writer of sports books in America today (The Boston Globe) . New York Times bestselling sportswriter John Feinstein investigates a covert op at the Army-Navy football game in this exciting sports mystery

John Feinstein has been praised as the best writer of sports books in America today (The Boston Globe), and he proves it again in this fast-paced novel. New York Times bestselling sportswriter John Feinstein investigates a covert op at the Army-Navy football game in this exciting sports mystery. The Black Knights of Army and the Midshipmen of Navy have met on the football field since 1890, and it’s a rivalry like no other, filled with tradition. Teen sports reporters Stevie and Susan Carol have been busy at West Point and Annapolis, getting to know the players and coaches-and the Secret Service agents.

New York Times bestselling author John Feinstein goes behind closed doors at the US Open . . .   When teen sportswriters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson score press passes to the U.S. Open they expect drama. They expect blistering serves, smashed returns and fierce competition. What they don't expect is kidnapping. Russian tennis phenom Nadia Symanova was supposed to win it all, but she never even made it onto the court. Now the whole stadium is in an uproar trying to find her. Can Stevie and Susan Carol get to Nadia before it's too late?"Feinstein expertly combines tennis action, life in the Big Apple, media coverage, and a realistic plot to explore the fierce competition of tennis." —Chicago Sun-Times
Sharpbringer
Great read, even if primarily for young readers.
Xellerlu
Son has really enjoyed these books.
Haralem
12 year old son loved every single book in this series!
Lightwind
This is an excellent middle-school level book! While it looks like it's all about tennis, it's really not. It's a who-done-it book! Fast read for higher readers and an excellent recommendation for reluctant readers!
Eigonn
Great
Shadowredeemer
My daughter loved this book as well as all John Feinstein's work. Its just the right anmount of mystery and real lie events worked in the story.
Welen
Enjoyable read
This book was AWESOME. I can't wait to read the next book. I recommend this book to everyone who likes sport and mystery.

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