enigmaclub-front-cover-300dpi-rgbSeventeen-year-old Emman Mallory fears that his twin brother, Noel, may be involved not only in drugs, but in home invasions and a teacher’s death, all of which have jolted the tranquil town of Coltsfoot.

Although there are only eight students in Emman’s creative writing class, one of these is classically autistic and another has Asperger syndrome. Also present in the class is an undercover agent, one of three who enrolled at Coltsfoot District High at the beginning of the fall term.

Surprising secrets are revealed through journaling projects assigned to the diverse eight who call themselves Enigma Club.

Genre: literary, mystery


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Laura_Gabovic: ☆☆☆☆☆ 4 out of 5 stars.
Enigma Club has a small town feel with lots of suspense. Its target audience is likely young teen readers and anyone wanting a better understanding of Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Pearson-Vasey informs the reader how these conditions compare and contrast while entertaining the reader.
Maebeth Moon: ☆☆☆☆☆ 5 out of 5 stars.
I enjoyed reading your book full of suspense and secrets. All the young adults came across as real persons. Caitlin is treated as a friend by the non-autistic teens in her school community. A good positive attitude to show the reader.
Wonderful read! Realistic and full of suspense.