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The first young adult book by a #1 New York Times bestselling author

Whidbey Island may be only a ferry ride from Seattle, but it's a world apart. When Becca King arrives there, she doesn't suspect the island will become her home for the next four years. Put at risk by her ability to hear "whispers"--the thoughts of others--Becca is on the run from her stepfather, whose criminal activities she has discovered. Stranded and alone, Becca is soon befriended by Derric, a Ugandon orphan adopted by a local family; Seth, a kindhearted musician and high school dropout; Debbie, a recovering alcoholic who takes her in; and Diana, with whom Becca shares a mysterious psychic connection.

This compelling coming-of-age story, the first of an ongoing sequence of books set on Whidbey Island, has elements of mystery, the paranormal, and romance. Elizabeth George, bestselling author of the Inspector Lynley crime novels, brings her elegant style, intricate plotting, incisive characterization, and top-notch storytelling to her first book for teens.

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The acclaimed author of "Primavera" pens a darkly atmospheric story of murder and isolation in a small Oregon town and the teenage girl who is compelled to uncover the dark secret hidden within the river that runs through her backyard.

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When Ronnie moves from the city to a small town in rural Oregon, she feels secluded from everything and everyone — except for Karen, a young girl whom she babysits. So when she discovers Karen's lifeless body in the river, Ronnie is compelled to uncover the truth and solve her murder. As she becomes increasingly obsessed with solving the mystery of Karen's death, Ronnie is led deeper and deeper into the woods surrounding the river and to the dark secret hidden within its midst.

Dark River (originally published under the title The River) will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

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Veronica Severance feels cut off from the world. Forced to move from the city to rural Oregon with her parents, she is haunted by loneliness and by the chilling sounds of the Santiam, the river that runs through her backyard.

Through the fog of isolation, Ronnie finds herself becoming close with Karen, a young girl who she babysits. But when she discovers Karen's body on the banks of the Santiam, the victim of a supposed accident, Ronnie feels compelled to uncover the truth.

As she becomes increasingly obsessed with solving Karen's death, Ronnie is led deeper and deeper into the woods surrounding the river and to the dark secret hidden within its midst.

The River is a darkly atmospheric story of murder, isolation, obsession and dark secrets that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

About the Author

Elizabeth George is the author of more than twenty books for adults. She lives in Seattle, Washington.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780316041683
Author:
Beaufrand, Mary Jane
Publisher:
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Author:
George, Elizabeth
Subject:
Oregon
Subject:
Murder
Subject:
Mysteries, Espionage, & Detective Stories
Subject:
Children s Middle Readers-General
Subject:
General Juvenile Fiction
Subject:
Mysteries & Detective Stories
Subject:
Loneliness; Murder; Neighbors; Life changes; Mysteries; Running
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Hardback
Publication Date:
20120410
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
from 10 up to 17
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.75 x 1 in 0.76 lb
Age Level:
15-22

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Product details 224 pages Little, Brown Books for Young Readers - English 9780316041683 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The acclaimed author of "Primavera" pens a darkly atmospheric story of murder and isolation in a small Oregon town and the teenage girl who is compelled to uncover the dark secret hidden within the river that runs through her backyard.
"Synopsis" by , When Ronnie moves from the city to a small town in rural Oregon, she feels secluded from everything and everyone — except for Karen, a young girl whom she babysits. So when she discovers Karen's lifeless body in the river, Ronnie is compelled to uncover the truth and solve her murder. As she becomes increasingly obsessed with solving the mystery of Karen's death, Ronnie is led deeper and deeper into the woods surrounding the river and to the dark secret hidden within its midst.

Dark River (originally published under the title The River) will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

"Synopsis" by , Veronica Severance feels cut off from the world. Forced to move from the city to rural Oregon with her parents, she is haunted by loneliness and by the chilling sounds of the Santiam, the river that runs through her backyard.

Through the fog of isolation, Ronnie finds herself becoming close with Karen, a young girl who she babysits. But when she discovers Karen's body on the banks of the Santiam, the victim of a supposed accident, Ronnie feels compelled to uncover the truth.

As she becomes increasingly obsessed with solving Karen's death, Ronnie is led deeper and deeper into the woods surrounding the river and to the dark secret hidden within its midst.

The River is a darkly atmospheric story of murder, isolation, obsession and dark secrets that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.

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