The Vanishing of Katharina Linden

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Penguin Adult, Apr 2, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 352 pages
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On the day Katharina Linden disappears, Pia is the last person to see her alive. Terror is spreading through the town. How could a ten-year-old girl vanish in a place where everybody knows everybody else?

Pia is determined to find out what happened to Katharina.

But then the next girl disappears . . .

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Well written and a page turner. - LibraryThing
The ending was a bit of a let-down. - LibraryThing
The writing is often very good. - LibraryThing
This setting was a nice change of pace. - LibraryThing
And the ending was truly a surprise. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Athenable - LibraryThing

Update: I finished reading it tonight and I loved it. I spent all my free time for the past two days reading because, like Pia, once I got started, I couldn't stop until I found the truth. I won a ... Read full review

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When someone tells you that a certain author is someone to watch, I always feel a bit wary. I want to experience the same sort of love that they felt, but I always end up disappointed. Which is why, I ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Helen Grant was born in London. She read Classics at St Hugh s College, Oxford, and then worked in marketing for ten years in order to fund her love of travelling. In 2001 she and her family moved to Bad M nstereifel in Germany, and it was exploring the legends of this beautiful town that inspired her to write her first novel. She now lives in Brussels with her husband, her two children and a small German cat.

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