Sneak Peek Inside of Joliet The Snoop: Friend or Foe
“Okay. Tell us everything from the beginning,” Louise said.
“Okay,” Samantha replied, taking a deep breath. “It all started when I asked Mike Phillips if he'd like to go to the movies or something. He said no. He was already going with someone else. So, when I got home that day, I found...” Samantha went through the pile of envelopes until she found the one marked number one. “...this. I did not think anything of it until I received another one and then another one after that. That's when I decided to call your club since you are in the detective business, and I want this maniac to stop harassing me.”
We all nodded.
I looked at the notes. “They're all words cut out from a magazine.”
“People still do that?” Pebbles asked.
“Which magazine do you think they're from?” Louise asked.
After looking at the notes for a while, Vanessa made a startling discovery. “It's from Seventeen magazine,” she said.
“How do you know?” Suzy asked.
“I read the magazine, and in last month's issue they had this article about this up-and-coming model, and there was a line in it that read, 'She's dated poor, she's dated some with money, but this girl is no dummy.' And right here it reads 'She's got none, she's dated none because she's too ugly to get one.'”
Samantha looked like she was going to cry. Juliet wrapped her arm around her shoulder.
“Whoever wrote this wants Mike Philips for herself,” I said.
“Well, I still think this cutout is from Seventeen magazine and that we should spend all next week watching any girls who might have the magazine in their lockers,” Vanessa said. “So that means we have to buy the magazine and read it front to back.”
“Okay,” we all agreed.
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