Zach's lie

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Scholastic, 2002 - Basques - 211 pages
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When Jack Osborne is befriended by his school's custodian and a Basque girl, he begins to adjust to his family's sudden move to Elko, Nevada, after entering the Witness Security Program, but the drug cartel against which his father will testify is determined to track them down.

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An excellent page turner for kids and young adults. - Goodreads
It was fast-paced, interesting and plot-driven. - Goodreads
Roland Smith is great at writing. - Goodreads
This book was a page turner. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Danielle Bartos - Goodreads

Fascinating look into witness protection! A very quick read. Well paced, good character development, highly suspenseful. I will be recommending to my boys in class this year, especially my reluctant readers. Read full review

Review: Zach's Lie (Zach's Lie #1)

User Review  - Danielle Bartos - Goodreads

Fascinating look into witness protection! A very quick read. Well paced, good character development, highly suspenseful. I will be recommending to my boys in class this year, especially my reluctant readers. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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