Edgar-nominated author Peter Abrahams' Echo Falls mysteries have been honored with an Agatha Award. Starring amateur sleuth Ingrid Levin-Hill, these tales are filled with thrills and suspense. Out snowshoeing, Ingrid finds a body buried in the drifts. Her discovery sets off a firestorm revealing long-hidden secrets that get her Grampy sent to jail. Stephen King calls Peter Abrahams "his favorite American suspense novelist," saying he's "hooked on Echo Falls."
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by Peter Abrahams
by Christopher Golden
by Mary Downing Hahn
by Julie Anne Peters
by Carla Neggers
"In the third of Peter Abrahams's captivating Echo Falls mysteries, 13-year-old Ingrid investigates a murder her grandfather has mistakenly been accused of. As she pursues the truth, she uncovers many secrets held by the town's few remaining WWII veterans. Narrator Julie Dretzin brings the right energy and enthusiasm to plucky Ingrid and gives excellent voice to the key characteristics of a host of other characters--from Ingrid's stressed-out father to her oh-so-teenaged older brother. We're occasionally lost in conversations involving several adult men, but that happens rarely, and the pleasure of the fine writing and otherwise skilled narration more than compensates. This will be enjoyed by adults and young adults alike. A.C.S. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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