Ekaterina Branch. Watson has written for years under the alias Judy Blundell. As Blundell, she won the National Book Award for What I Saw and How I Lied — could this be a nod to her own double life? Watson’s current headquarters are located in Katonah, New York.
Janus branch. Intelligence indicates that Korman wrote his first book at only 12 years old. He’s gone on to write more than 65 novels, including the Everest trilogy and the On the Run series. Gordon’s latest hideout is rumored to be in Great Neck, New York.
Linda Sue Park
Lucian Branch. Park, known in writing circles for her ruthlessness and blistering intelligence, won the Newbery Medal for her novel, A Single Shard. Her well-fortified stronghold is located in Rochester, New York.
Margaret Peterson Haddix
Ekaterina Branch. Haddix has put her Ekaterina intelligence and curiosity to good use, first as a journalist, then as a bestselling novelist of The Missing and other mega popular series. After the terrible discoveries she made researching INTO THE GAUNTLET, Haddix went into hiding. Agents on the ground suspect she is living in a bolt hole near Columbus, Ohio.
Lucian Branch. Carman is currently entrenched in his home base of Walla Walla, Washington, where he works on several classified writing projects. In addition to his Clue hunt writing, he is the author of the Skeleton Creek, Land of Elyon and Trackers series.
Janus Branch. As a former actor with a degree in biochemistry from Harvard, Lerangis has a mix of skills that make him a formidable Clue hunter. He was most recently spotted in New York City, where he is rumored to live with his wife and two sons.
Janus Branch. It took Riordan years to work up the courage to write the first 39 Clues book. He practiced first by writing the bestselling Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Riordan and his family now live in hiding near San Antonio, Texas.