Mojo, by Tim Tharp: A boy who feels powerless in his own life sets out to investigate the mystery of a missing high school girl in his town, who attends an elite private high school very unlike his own.

    Notes from Ghost Town, by Kate Ellison: Young artist Olivia Tithe struggles to keep her sanity as she unravels the mystery of her first love's death through his ghostly visits.

    Sylo, by DJ MacHale: SYLO, a secret branch of the U.S. Navy, came parachuting out of military helicopters to invade Tucker Pierce's idyllic hometown on Pemberwick Island, Maine, which has been hit by a lethal virus and must be quarantined. Now it is cut off from the outside world. Tucker believes there's more to SYLO's story. Only Tucker holds the clues that can solve this deadly mystery.

    The Dead and Buried, by Kim Harrington: New student Jade uncovers a murder mystery when she moves into a house haunted by the ghost of a beautiful, mean girl who ruled Jade's high school.

    The Night She Disappeared, by April Henry: Told from various viewpoints, Gabie and Drew set out to prove that their missing co-worker Kayla is not dead, and to find her before she is, while the police search for her body and the man who abducted her.

    First Shot, by Walter Sorrells: As David enters his senior year of high school, a family secret emerges that could solve the mystery of why his mother was murdered two years ago.

    Wish You Were Dead, by Todd Strasser: Madison, a senior at a suburban New York high school, tries to uncover who is responsible for the disappearance of her friends, popular students mentioned in the posts of an anonymous blogger, while she, herself, is being stalked online and in-person.

    Amber House, by Kelly Moore: After her grandmother's death Sarah Parsons, nearly sixteen, delights in exploring her family's centuries-old Maryland estate with new friend Jackson, but soon she is having vivid visions of her ancestors, one of whom may be a threat to Sarah's autistic brother, Sam.

    Cryer’s Cross, by Lisa McMann: Seventeen-year-old Kendall, suffers from OCD and lives on a potato farm in a tiny community in Montana, where 2 teens go missing within months of each other, with no explanation

    Down the Rabbit Hole, by Peter Abrahams: Like her idol Sherlock Holmes, eighth grader Ingrid Levin-Hill uses her intellect to solve a murder case in her home town of Echo Falls.

    Strings Attached, by Judy Blundell: When she drops out of school and struggles to start a career on Broadway in the fall of 1950, seventeen-year-old Kit Corrigan accepts help from an old family friend, a lawyer said to have ties with the mob, who then asks her to do some favors for him.

    The Christopher Killer: A Forensic Mystery, by Alane Ferguseon:On the payroll as an assistant to her coroner father, seventeen-year-old Cameryn Mahoney uses her knowledge of forensic medicine to catch the killer of a friend while putting herself in terrible danger.