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Tokyo Heist

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The perfect mystery for fans of Ally Carter's Heist Society
When sixteen-year-old Violet agrees to spend the summer with her father, an up-and-coming artist in Seattle, she has no idea what she's walking into. Her father's newest clients, the Yamada family, are the victims of a high-profile art robbery: van Gogh sketches have been stolen from their home, and, until they can produce the corresponding painting, everyone's lives are in danger--including Violet's and her father's.
Violet's search for the missing van Gogh takes her from the Seattle Art Museum, to the yakuza-infested streets of Tokyo, to a secluded inn in Kyoto. As the mystery thickens, Violet's not sure whom she can trust. But she knows one thing: she has to solve the mystery--before it's too late.
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 373 pages
  • 134.62 x 205.74 x 27.94mm | 294.83g
  • SPEAK
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0142426547
  • 9780142426548
  • 243,808

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Dangerous yakuza (Japanese mobsters), blackmail letters and FBI stings. A proficient caper spiced up by Violet's eye for art. Kirkus Reviews
This art heist has twists and turns, romance, and the happily-ever-after that many will be rooting for. Booklist
Renn s fun debut takes a kitchen-sink approach, throwing together romance, mystery, and action in a way that echoes the manga that the 16-year-old Violet loves to read. Publishers Weekly
Will enthrall readers who love action. Examiner.com
A fast-paced and engaging mystery with a spunky protagonist. VOYA
The plot has lots of twists and turns, leaving readers on edge Readers will cheer for Violet as she uses her wits to outsmart the adults. SLJ
We can't stop talking about action-packed YA mystery novel Tokyo Heist author Diana Renn's first YA novel, but we certainly hope it isn't her last! HuffingtonPost.com
It s rare for YA heroines to have such specific, developed interests, and Violet filtering her investigation through her passion for manga, art, and Japan makes her seem like a real, relatable teenager. A.V. Club
Young adult mysteries do not get any better than this. Peter Abrahams, author of the Echo Falls Mysteries
Irresistible. I couldn t put it down! Alane Ferguson, author of the Forensic Mysteries
Adventures don t get any more thrilling than Tokyo Heist. Kristen Miller, author of The Eternal Ones series"
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About Diana Renn

Diana Renn grew up in Seattle and now lives in Boston. She has taught ESL and writing, most recently at Boston University. She has published numerous short stories and essays, and she is also the Fiction Editor at YARN (Young Adult Review Network), an award-winning online magazine featuring short-form writing for teens. She is the author of several ESL textbooks, as well as the YA mystery novels Latitude ZeroandTokyo Heist. She is an avid traveler."
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Rating details

1,154 ratings
3.54 out of 5 stars
5 21% (241)
4 33% (377)
3 31% (359)
2 11% (128)
1 4% (49)
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