Guilty

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Orca Book Publishers, Apr 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
11 Reviews
Finn watches in horror as his stepmother is gunned down in front of his house. His father reacts and kills the gunman. When Finn learns that the killer is the same man who admitted to killing his birth mother years before, he is shocked and wants to know if this is more than a terrible coincidence. At the police station, he meets Lila, daughter of the killer, and they strike up a wary friendship. Both of them are desperate to find the truth. What they discover hints at a much larger conspiracy.
 

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User Review  - annettemills - LibraryThing

Guilty had enough unexpected twists and interesting main characters to keep me very interested. Finn watches from his upstairs window as a man shoots his stepmother and Finn's father then shoots the ... Read full review

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User Review  - BrynDahlquis - LibraryThing

I was expecting to like this, because Nora McClintock usually writes pretty good mysteries, but then the first couple chapters me doubtful. But then, halfway through, I found myself really enjoying it ... Read full review

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Contents

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Two
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Three
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Four
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Five
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Six
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Seven
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Eight
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Eighteen
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Nineteen
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Twenty
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TwentyOne
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TwentyTwo
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TwentyThree
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TwentyFour
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TwentyFive
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Nine
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Eleven
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Twelve
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Thirteen
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Fifteen
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Sixteen
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Seventeen
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TwentySix
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TwentySeven
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TwentyEight
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TwentyNine
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Thirty
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ThirtyOne
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ThirtyTwo
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ThirtyThree
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About the author (2012)

Norah McClintock's fascinating mysteries are hard to put down. She is a five-time winner of the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award for Best Juvenile Crime Novel. Although Norah is a freelance editor, she still manages to write at least one novel a year. Norah grew up in Montreal, Quebec, and now lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario. Visit www.web.net/~nmbooks for more information.

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