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Orca Book Publishers, Oct 1, 2009 - Young Adult Fiction - 176 pages
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Two girls have recently disappeared near the town where Stephanie lives. She is concerned but is sure that it could never happen to her. But then it does. Tied up and alone far from home, she manages to escape her captor and run for her life. But she is in the middle of nowhere, with no food, no shelter and no way home. And worst of all, she has run away before, so she is sure that the police will not take her disappearance seriously. She will need to save herself, calling on lessons learned from her grandfather and an inner strength she never thought she had.

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This book is amazing. It uses wonderful detail to make you feel like your in the book. And just when you think its done, it brings up another twist. Also, it has suspence on very page which puts you at the very tip of your seat and keeps you locked until the very end.

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A heat pacing story that can be very addictive. A must read for all teens looking for a CSI type of book.

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About the author (2009)

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. This is her eleventh book with Orca.