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Mysteries in Our National Parks #07: Over the Edgeby Gloria Skurzynski
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Wildlife veterinarian Olivia Landon has been asked to help find the source of the lead shotgun pellets that are poisoning the few remaining California condors in Grand Canyon National Park. After she announces a plan, Olivia receives a death threat on her laptop. The plot soon thickens to involve the Landon kids, Jack and Ashley, and the familys temporary ward—15-year-old Morgan Rogers, a rebellious self-proclaimed anarchist and computer buff. Tension mounts when the e-mail threat is almost carried out and Morgan is the only witness. The following investigation leads readers on a trip through Morgans cyberworld connections and builds to a thrilling conclusion.
When Dr. Olivia Landon receives this anonymous e-mail shortly after broadcasting her controversial plan to save the condors, everyone thinks its a crank threat except Dr. Landons daughter Ashley. Shes sure its the handiwork of Morgan Rogers, self-proclaimed anarchist and computer geek.
Suspicions mount when the death threat almost becomes a reality, and Morgan is the only witness. Is he innocent or guilty? Journey into the maze of Morgans cyberworld and find out!
When wildlife veterinarian Olivia Landon is asked to find the source of lead shotgun pellets that are poisoning California condors in Grand Canyon National Park, she receives a death threat via e-mail. When Jack and Ashley and the Landons' temporary ward, 15-year-old Morgan Rogers, find out about the threat, their investigation leads readers on a trip through Morgan's cyberworld connections. Includes a park map.
About the Author
Alane Ferguson is an award-winning writer. Her first mystery, Show Me the Evidence, won the Edgar Award, given by the Mystery Writers of America. She lives in Elizabeth, CO.
Award-winning author Gloria Skurzynski has written more than 30 childrens books. Her non-fiction book, Almost the Real Thing, won the American Institute of Physics Science Writing Award. She has written several non-fiction books for National Geographic including Are We Alone?, an NSTA Outstanding Science Trade Book for Young People and an IRA/CBC Young Adults Choice for 2006 . She lives in Boise, ID.
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