Rush for the Gold by John Feinstein

Rush for the Gold: Mystery at the Olympics. By John Feinstein. Random House Children’s Books, 2012. 320 pages. $16.99

Fans have followed Susan Carol and Stevie as they have solved mysteries at high profile sports events such as the Final Four and the World Series. Nothing get’s higher profile than the Olympics and Stevie is reporting and sleuthing on his own. Where’s Carol Anne? Swimming on the United States Olympic Team! Her good looks and charming personality, plus a gold medal, could make Carol Anne one very rich girl. Agents, sponsors, and even well intentioned parents are putting on the pressure to bring home a gold. John Feinstien’s work, once again shines, as he brings to life the behind-the-scenes story of a major sporting event complete with sleazy opportunists, corrupt officials, and dazzling sports action. Just in time for the summer Olympic Games. Suitable for readers from 5th to 8th grades.

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