The Case for Jamie

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Author(s): Brittany Cavallaro
Series: Charlotte Holmes Series No: 3
Original Publish Date: Mar 06, 2018
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Product Number: Z100126841
Released: Mar 06, 2018
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ISBN: #9780062822420
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The hotly anticipated and explosive third book in the New York Times bestselling Charlotte Holmes series. ItA??s been a year since the shocking death of August Moriarty, and Jamie and Charlotte havenA??t spoken. Jamie is going through the motions at Sherringford, trying to finish his senior year without incident, with a nice girlfriend he canA??t seem to fall for. Charlotte is on the run, from Lucien Moriarty and from her own mistakes. No one has seen her since that fateful night on the lawn in SussexA??and Charlotte wants it that way. She knows she isnA??t safe to be around. She knows her Watson canA??t forgive her. Holmes and Watson may not be looking to reconcile, but when strange things start happening, itA??s clear that someone wants the team back together. Someone who has been quietly observing them both. Making plans. Biding their time. Someone who wants to see one of them suffer and the other one dead.

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Author(s): Brittany Cavallaro
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Product Number DD35168
Released: Mar 06, 2018
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781538497357
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Author(s): Brittany Cavallaro
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Product Number EB00706061
Released: Mar 06, 2018
Business Term: 26 Circ
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Professional reviews

"The third book in Cavallaro's series opens a year after Book 2. Graham Halstead and Julia Whelan, as the voices of main characters Charlotte Holmes and Jamie Watson, alternate chapters to recount a story that has little action. Both narrators do a good job of capturing the voices of the estranged, guilt-ridden, and angst-driven teenagers who are trying to come to terms with all that's happened and move on. Graham Halstead, as Jamie, has no trace of the British accent you would expect from someone raised in England but is believable as he obsesses over all the disparate parts of his life, trying to find closure. Julia Whelan gives a much more nuanced performance, employing different accents as Charlotte tries to right all her wrongs. N.E.M. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"

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