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Sparks fly when Watts follows Mycroft to London in this second sophisticated thriller about the teen crime-fighting pair.
Rachel is still getting used to the idea of Mycroft being her boyfriend when he disappears to London with Professor Walsh. They're investigating the carjacking death of the rare books conservator, which appears to be linked to the theft of a Shakespeare First Folio from the Bodleian Library. Worried about similarities between the conservator's accident and the death of Mycroft's own parents, Rachel follows Mycroft to London . and straight into a whole storm of trouble.
Praise for Every Breath: 'Ellie Marney has what it takes to captivate a young adult audience . Every Breath moves at a blistering pace, made even more intriguing by the strong characters of Rachel and Mycroft . The couples' growing attraction [and] emotional conflict . takes this book to a deeper level . A powerful crime novel entwined with a sizzling romance.' - Buzz Words
Ellie Marney was born in Brisbane, and has lived in Indonesia, Singapore and India. Now she writes, teaches and gardens when she can, while living in a country idyll (actually a very messy wooden house on ten acres with a dog and lots of chickens) near Castlemaine, in north-central Victoria. Her short stories have won awards (including the 2010 Scarlet Stiletto Award for women's short crime writing) and been published in anthologies (such as Award Winning Australian Writing 2009 and 2011). Ellie's first YA crime novel, Every Breath, was released by Allen & Unwin in August 2013. Her partner and four sons still love her, even though she often forgets things and lets the housework go.
Young adult fiction
Winner Sisters in Crime 15th Davitt Awards - Young Adult Novel 2015 AU
A & U Children
13 - 18
Young adult fiction
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