Finding Lubchenko by Michael Simmons

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Evan MacAlister always has a scheme. Since his millionaire father never gives him any money, Evan "liberates" equipment from Dad’s business and sells it on eBay. But when a man is murdered and Mr. McAlister is accused, Evan is fresh out of plans. He alone can clear his father’s name— but only by revealing his own theft operation. And then he’ll be grounded forever.

There’s just one thing to do—find the real murderer.Armed only with a cryptic e-mail from someone named Lubchenko, Evan sets off on a quest that catapults him and his two best friends into a world of danger and international intrigue.

About Michael Simmons

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Michael Simmons grew up in Minnesota and, naturally, wanted to be a professional hockey player. His first job was delivering newspapers in Northern New Jersey. He lives in New York City, and is the author of "Pool Boy,"
Published June 16, 2005 by Razorbill. 288 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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Rebellious, cocky Evan knows he’ll never be able to please his father, a wealthy, stern and angry man who refuses to give Evan any money.

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