Storm Catchers

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Family crises - 191 pages
Fin is devastated by guilt when his sister, Ella, is kidnapped. She is snatched away from the house in the middle of a storm. As the kidnappers make their demands, Fin's guilt is replaced by a fierce determination to find his sister by whatever means he can, and bring the criminals to justice. But as the drama unfolds, a complex web of family secrets is revealed, which will change everything, forever.
 

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User Review  - Knicke - LibraryThing

Sort of an odd book. At first it seemed like it would fall into the Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys unobjectionable mystery category. Then it gets darker. There is some mild cursing, mostly by the dad who turns ... Read full review

STORM CATCHERS

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From the chilling opening, when Emma, 13, is kidnapped, to the stormy conclusion, this ominous story will keep readers guessing. Her kidnapping stuns and bewilders Emma's family; her 15-year-old ... Read full review

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