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Author Bell, Fiona, author

Title Waterhole / Fiona Bell
Published Queensland, Australia : University of Queensland Press, 2018
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Contents Cover; Author biography; Title page; Dedication; Prologue; One; Two; Three; Four; Five; Six; Seven; Eight; Nine; Ten; Eleven; Twelve; Thirteen; Fourteen; Fifteen; Sixteen; Seventeen; Eighteen; Nineteen; Twenty; Twenty-one; Twenty-two; Twenty-three; Twenty-four; Twenty-five; Twenty-six; Twenty-seven; Twenty-eight; Twenty-nine; Thirty; Thirty-one; Thirty-two; Thirty-three; Thirty-four; Thirty-five; Acknowledgements; Imprint page
Summary A haunting and engaging debut from a talented Australian author. Sixteen-year-old Sunny Maguire is dreading the school holidays. She used to love visiting her grandmother's farm but ever since her mother died in a tragic car accident, Sunny doesn't feel at home anywhere anymore and the farm is a constant reminder of what she has lost. She knows it's going to be a long summer. Worse, she has to spend it with her distant stepfather, Kevin, the only ‘family' she has left. On her return to the small town of Kelly's Crossing, Sunny is distracted by a new resident – Matthew Bright – and the disappearance of local teenager Dylan Koslovski. She gets involved in the search for Dylan along the mysterious Constant Creek Gorge, a beautiful location tainted by tragic drownings. Complications arise when Kevin becomes a suspect in the case and rumours begin to circulate. Sunny doesn't trust him and she's beginning to lose faith in herself, too, especially when she starts to see her mother's ghost
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed March 23, 2018)
Subject Missing persons -- Fiction
Mothers -- Death -- Fiction
Stepfathers -- Fiction
Teenage girls -- Fiction
Genre/Form Young adult fiction
Fiction.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0702259993
0702261122 (electronic bk.)
0702261130 (electronic bk.)
9780702259999
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