Synopses & Reviews
When he was nine, Kip set another child on fire. Now, after years in a juvenile ward, he is ready for a fresh start. But the ghosts of his past soon demand justice, and he must reveal his painful secret. How can Kip tell anyone that he really is--or was--a murderer?
Praise for Right Behind You:
"This story explores, with sympathy and compassion, the nature of guilt, atonement and forgiveness."--Publishers Weekly
"Fans will come away with a greater understanding of redemption and forgiveness."--Booklist
Praise for What Happened to Cass McBride?
-A New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age
-An ALA Best Book for Young Adults
-An ALA Quick Pick for Young Adults
"Compelling...will be a hit."--School Library Journal
* "Crisply written."--KLIATT (starred review)
About the Author
Gail Giles is the acclaimed author of several psychological drama/suspense novels for teens, including WHAT HAPPENED TO CASS MCBRIDE?, SHATTERING GLASS, DEAD GIRLS DON'T WRITE LETTERS, and PLAYING IN TRAFFIC. SHATTERING GLASS was an ALA "Best of the Best" Book (one of the best 100 books for young readers of the decade), an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, an ALA Quick Pick for Young Readers, a Booklist Top Ten Mystery for Youth, and received starred reviews in Booklist and Kirkus. Her most recent novel, WHAT HAPPENED TO CASS MCBRIDE? received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly, VOYA and KLIATT and received several citations (see quotes and reviews).