Sneak Peek Inside of Joliet The Snoop: The Grade Changer Part 1

 


The telephone rang, and Vanessa answered it. “Hello? Um-hum. Okay, we’ll call you back in a few minutes.” Vanessa hung the telephone up and looked at us. “That was Mr. Dinkins, and he wanted to know if he could hire us to investigate a hacking going on at the school.”

“A hacking?” I said. Mr. Dinkins is our principal and the fact that he wanted to hire us to try to solve this was mind-blowing.

“I wonder why he didn’t get the authorities involved,” Mya Lanier, my cousin, said.

“He did,” Vanessa answered. “But they can’t figure out who is doing it. He figured we might have a better chance since we could investigate and not raise any suspicion at the same time.”

“Yeah, I guess that makes sense,” Mya said. “If they saw the police, they might clam up.”

“I’m still confused,” Stephanie Loftis said.

“I am too,” Suzy Booth chimed in.

Stephanie Loftis moved here about two years ago from Baltimore, Maryland, after her parents divorced. Her mom got custody of her and her two older twin sisters. She has shoulder-length, black hair and blue eyes.

“Confused about what?” Vanessa asked.

“I understand that he wants us to investigate, but why does he think that we’ll blend in?” Stephanie asked.

“Because he thinks that the hacker is a kid named the Grade Changer,” Vanessa answered. 


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