A Punta de Cuchillo: (Knifepoint)

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Orca Book Publishers, May 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 136 pages
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Jill acepto un emlpeo que sonaba ideal para el verano, guiado a turistas en paseos a caballo por las hermosas montanas, pero descubrio eneguida que el pago era terrible, los turnos eternos y los otros empleados, insufribles.

Despues de un acalorada discusion con su jefe, lleva de paseo por las montanas a un hombre que resulta ser un peligroso asesino. Jill se defiende, logra escapar y comienza una carrera desperado por sobrevivir.

Jill took a job which sounded perfect for the summer, guiding tourists on trail rides in the beautiful mountains. She didn't realize that the money was terrible, the hours long and the coworkers insufferable. After a blow-up with her boss, she takes a single man into the mountains for a ride, only to finds that he is a dangerous killer. When Jill fights back and manages to escape, she is in a desperate race to survive and make it to safety.

 

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Contents

Capitulo uno
1
Capitulo dos
13
Capitulo tres
24
Capitulo cuatro
34
Capitulo cinco
39
Capitulo seis
47
Capitulo siete
54
Capitulo ocho
68
Capitulo nueve
72
Capitulo diez
81
Capitulo once
89
Capitulo doce
93
Capitulo trece
100
Capitulo catorce
109
Capitulo quince
117
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Alex Van Tol grew up reading a wide range of books, from Enid Blyton to Stephen King. She taught middle school for eight years, then made the switch to writing for a living. She has published numerous titles with Orca. Oracle is her first Orca Currents novel. Alex lives in Victoria, British Columbia, with her family. Visit www.alexvantol.com for more information.

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