Is it possible to be identical to someone, but not know them at all? Could one twin be a secret murderer and the other twin not suspect it?
How can a girl – who is excellent at racing submersibles in underwater London – bring her father home after a wrongful arrest and manage to evade threatening government officials?
Monica’s sister died five years ago, along with all of her fellow cheerleaders. What really killed the cheerleaders and why does everyone around her seem to be hiding something?
You may have heard of Mozart, but you have never heard the story of the his intriguing sister or what inspired the amazing music that changed the course of their lives.
When Ivy returns home from a quick getaway, she finds her coworker, Ethan, is dead, her best friend has become a stranger, and the amusement park her dad runs is crazier than ever. What really happened and who is to blame for Ethan’s death?
Izzy loves her family, likes her friend’s brother, and is confused by her heritage. She is trying to build a future for herself, but along the way learns how to build a heart.
“I thought you were dead,” Yuri choked. “The court announced…”
“I didn’t kill papa.” The words tumbled from Ana’s mouth pleadingly. “I was trying to save him, but I couldn’t.”
“‘You really don’t think Sal did it, do you,’ Ravi said. ‘I just can’t believe it,’ she said as she stepped over an old fallen tree. ‘My brain hasn’t been able to leave it alone, so when this project thing came up for school, I jumped at the excuse to reexamine the case.’ Under theContinue reading “A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder”
“Gillian had been partnered with Beauty. Her fears about not being able to handle a challenging horse floated away. She wanted nothing more than to rush forward and throw her arms around the horse’s neck, but she forced herself to approach slowly from the side, so Beauty could see her coming.” Twelve-year-old Gillian is aContinue reading “The Horse of the River”
“Weston is…a paradox. ‘He’s really nice. But stubborn. And obnoxiously optimistic.’” Tessa is a homeschooling, poetry-loving generation Z blogger thrilled with her internet friends and the calm, quiet life that she shares with her grandparents. After a shocking car accident, Tessa loses her vision in what her doctor describes as a temporary blindness. Swiftly sinkingContinue reading “100 Days of Sunlight”