Dangerous Waters

Dangerous Waters

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'Dangerous Waters' is a Children's Book Council of Australia, Notable Book. A log rolled on the fire and the whole clearing lit up. Lying in the bracken was something that looked very much like a body! They'd only gone out sailing, but when the wind died and they had to drag the dingy home along the lake edge, they ended up with more than just a dead wind. Joshua has never met his American cousin, Zoe, before these holidays and he doesn't like her much. But at least she's a good sailor. When the two of them discover a body on the lake shore, Zoe proves that she can handle more than rough weather... Especially when neither their parents nor the police believe the 'tall story'... And even more so when they find a very dangerous character talking to Joshua's little brother. But they know what they've seen and go looking for some answers... or is it just looking for trouble?show more

Product details

  • 9-12
  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 4.06mm | 154.22g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508544190
  • 9781508544197
  • 1,134,823

About Bronwyn Blake

Bronwyn Blake lives and works in the rural region of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. She has been writing for many years and has 13 book published as e-books or in print form. A number of her books have been chosen by the Children's Book Council of Australia, as Notable Books, including 'Dangerous Waters'. She writes primarily for Young Adults, with her books mostly about resilient and resourceful teenagers, in rural or remote Australian setting. Bronwyn also has written short stories and for adults. For a full list of her books in print or available as e-books, go to www.bronwynblake.com.au or the Amazon kindle library. Bronwyn Blake lives in a conservation area near Inverloch, a small seaside town which overlooks Bass Strait, is close to Wilson's Prom National Park, and within a few hours of the Gippsland Lakes and the High Country. The Gippsland Lakes, (especially Loch Sport) is 'home country' for 'Dangerous Waters'show more

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