Traces: Roll Call: Roll Call

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Kingfisher, May 15, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
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Traces: Roll Call by Malcolm Rose

Luke Harding's third thrilling case involves a series of mysterious murders in which the victims seem to have only one thing in common--they are all named Emily Wonder. In the bitter cold of winter, Luke and Malc struggle to investigate three crime scenes lacking in physical evidence. When a young homeless girl, also named Emily Wonder, is reported missing, Luke and Malc must rush to try to save her.

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User Review  - booklover115 - Borders

i think that this book was really good. good for most ages and hard to put down. some suspence and great ending. you are solvig the mystery along with Luke and Malc. you should read this book if you ... Read full review

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I wasn't a big fan of this book only because it didn't catch me. But the whole thing wasn't bad. Their were times it kept me wondering. You could've put more detail in the whole story. I liked how you started the book.

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Malcolm Rose is the author of more than twenty-five novels for young adults. A former professor of chemistry, he is a well-known crime and thriller writer. Rose has won many awards over the years, including the Angus Book Award for Tunnel Vision and the Lancashire Book of the Year Award for Plague. His first book in the Traces series, Framed!, was selected as a 2006 Best International Book by the International Reading Association.

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