Let It Go

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General Paperbacks, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction - 222 pages
3 Reviews
Red's best friend Lance is a 'cool guy, ' the kind who hides his feelings and never seems to let anything bother him.But one day Lance's life is shattered by someone he has been trying to forget--someone who threatens to ruin his life.Should Red stand by and let his best friend destroy himself?

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Review: Let It Go (Red and Lance, #1)

User Review  - William III - Goodreads

Read this book in school...loved it. A very touching story. Read full review

Review: Let It Go (Red and Lance, #1)

User Review  - Liz Gibbs - Goodreads

Red finds out that his best friend's mom is trying to get custody of Lance. When Red gets involved, Lance turns his back on him, and then a crazy adventure leads to them both being kidnapped. Read full review

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Marilyn Halvorson is a Fitzhenry and Whiteside author.

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