Summary

Joshua's uncle has survived a near fatal accident and Rose and Joshua drive to Newcastle to visit him, along with their friend Skeggsie. Joshua is convinced they are being followed. Can it be true, or is it just his paranoia? And then the precious murder notebooks are stolen. Somebody out there really does not want Rose and Joshua to find their parents. But who? And why?
©2013 Anne Cassidy (P)2014 W F Howes Ltd
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Critic reviews

"A taut and pacy thriller, perfect for young adults discovering crime fiction for themselves"
"Killing Rachel, the previous title in The Murder Notebooks series, was shortlisted for the 2014 Red House Children’s Book Award."
"Cassidy has a good track record for thrillers" (Daily Mail)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Caroline on 17-03-15

Not the best in the series

Not as good as the second but alright. I would have preferred the two books were mixed together for one slightly longer book. Thought the end of the second ended slightly randomly and this wasn't long.

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