'Young adult fiction is going from strength to strength, led by authors like Catherine MacPhail' - "The Bookseller". It was as I was walking into the drama class that I remembered the girl I had bumped into and the green sweater just like mine. That was what had got Mrs Watt mixed up. She had seen the girl in the green sweater and thought it was me. That was the simple explanation. Wasn't it? Fay can't help thinking it odd that people start remarking on conversations she knows she hasn't had, or saying they have seen her when she knows she was somewhere else. But then she starts hearing muffled footsteps behind her, the flash of fair hair just like hers around the corner. Is she imagining things? This is a gripping, spooky thriller from the acclaimed story-teller Catherine MacPhail.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 128 x 204 x 20mm | 140.62g
- 02 Jun 2003
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
'Young adult fiction is going from strength to strength, led by authors like Catherine MacPhail... The Bookseller
About Catherine MacPhail
Catherine MacPhail won the Kathleen Fidler Award with her first novel, Run Zan Run, which Bloomsbury has re-issued, and the Scottish Arts Council Award with her second novel 'Fighting Back', now being re-issued by Bloomsbury (March 2003). Catherine MacPhail's work is enormously popular with young teenagers, her trademarks being a mix of humour, with pacy and topical story-lines.