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HMH Young Readers Early Spring 2019

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One Lie Too Many
By (author): Eileen Cook
9781328618412 Paperback, Trade English Age (years) from 14 YOUNG ADULT FICTION / Mysteries & Detective Stories Mar 05, 2019 Print Run: 20000
$14.99 CAD
Active 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.84 in 336 pages Houghton Mifflin Harcourt HMH Books for Young Readers
"Trust no one. A nail-biter littered and lined with twists that will leave you gasping."Teresa Toten, author ofBeware That Girland The Unlikely Hero of Room 13B

Seventeen-year-old Skye Thorn will do anything to get out of her small Michigan town, even if that means pretending to be a psychic for fast cash. When Paige, the local golden girl goes missing, Skye uses her psychic visions to help the police with the case. Her readings have always been faked, but this time Skye has insider knowledge—straight from the kidnappers themselves who promise Skye a portion of the ransom money.

But when their seemingly harmless prank goes terribly wrong, Skye realizes that the group she’s involved with are willing to kill to get what they want. Now, she’ll have to discover their identities before it’s too late.

Eileen Cook is a multi-published author with her novels appearing in eight different languages. She spent most of her teen years wishing she were someone else or somewhere else, which is great training for a writer. Eileen lives in Vancouver with her husband and one very naughty dog and no longer wishes to be anyone or anywhere else.
www.eileencook.com.
Twitter: @Eileenwriter
Instagram: @eileencookwriter

"...is fast-paced; features a very relatable, down-on-herluck protagonist; and boasts a surprise twist that will leave readers arguing long after the book is over. Perfect for fans of psychological thrillers." –Booklist

"A surprisingly dark thriller that will find a home in libraries where there is a need for strong female protagonists and engrossing mysteries." –SLJ

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...The multiple twists in the ending pack several hefty wallops of surprise and reward the reader with a more than satisfactory payout." –Bulletin

"The final twist is creepy and, like all good twists, makes perfect sense when reading back to see what you missed." --The Globe and Mail

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