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By (author) Gabrielle Lord

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On New Year's Eve, Callum Ormond is chased down the street by a crazed man with a deadly warning: They killed your father. They'll kill you. You must survive the next 365 days! Now he's on the run. The people who killed his father want him dead, and the police are chasing him for a crime he didn't commit. A month has gone by and he's still no nearer to solving the Ormond Riddle, the family secret that has turned his life into a nightmare. Can he trust the mysterious Winter Frey, or will she lead him further into danger? He has 334 days. The clock is ticking...

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 12mm | 140.61g
  • 04 Feb 2010
  • Hachette Children's Group
  • Hodder Children's Books
  • London
  • Some b/w
  • 0340996455
  • 9780340996454
  • 7,271

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Gabrielle Lord is one of Australia's bestselling crime writers for adults. Following the Conspiracy 365 series, she already has plans for another three adult novels and two more young adult books. Research is everything, Gabrielle says. 'Out of my contacts with experts (who are always far too modest to describe themselves that way), I get not only the fine-tuning necessary for today's savvy readers, but also wonderful incidents and images that enrich and enlarge my books.'

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cliff-hanger ending

February Conspiracy 365 is the second book in the Conspiracy 365 series by Australian author Gabrielle Lord. Cal is rescued from certain death in a fast-filling oil tank by a wild-looking girl named Winter Frey, who seems to know something about the angel drawing his father did. Unsure who he can trust besides his good friend Boges, Cal finds himself breaking into a house, hiding out in stormwater drains and railway yards, posting a blog to try to convince people of his innocence, encountering his doppelganger, visiting an ancestor's tomb and chased by a lion. He overhears something that changes his opinion of his Uncle Rafe. I thought the entry into the lion enclosure was far too easy to be plausible, but apart from that, the plot, characters and dialogue are realistic. Plenty of action and a cliff-hanger ending.show more
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