She doesn't know where she is, or why. I write mysteries and thrillers. 145 When these two pros take on an off-the-books case, the line between professional and personal becomes perilously blurred. Or is the very act of seeking justice enough to cost her everything—and everyone—she loves? This title has Common Core connections. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Yet even with double standards and naked prejudice working against her, Seattle prosecutor Mia Quinn is determined to get justice for Dandan Yee. This book couldn't be any more timely. , In 1999, Henry's first book, Circles of Confusion, was published by HarperCollins. Their story was featured in Publishers Weekly. Loved having the perspective of both girls. Fans will be eager to see the next installment on the shelves." Funny in a way mine aren't. Only, at the end, they could still open their eyes and see.”, “Eating and reading are two pleasures that combine admirably.”. So Mia reluctantly teams up with detective Charlie Carlson to investigate. But she’s hiding a big secret—and she’s not the only one. ), ( Browse author series lists, sequels, pseudonyms, synopses, book covers, ratings and awards. What Griffin doesn't know is that Cheyenne is not only sick with pneumonia, she is blind. fast-paced detective series will keep legal thriller readers and John Grisham fans totally engrossed.” —Library Journal. 212 April Henry, whose niche is especially mysteries and thrillers and young adult, has authored series of books and standalone novels totaling over twenty. Born in Portland, Oregon, April 14, 1959, Henry grew up in the small southern Oregon city of Medford where her father, Hank Henry, was a KTVL television newscaster, and her mother, Nora Henry, was a florist. Haven't I seen you someplace before - even more braids down backs. 346 The characters were real and flawed. Er führt nun ein geheimes … This survey pretty much accurately reflects my personal 2017. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Now as the two girls wonder if he will hold them captive forever or kill them, they must join forces to break out—even if it means they die trying.Christy Ottaviano Books. This first book in April Henry's Point Last Seen YA mystery series, The Body in the Woods is full of riveting suspense, putting readers right in the middle of harrowing rescues and crime scene investigations. His father, Roy, decided to hold Cheyenne—who is blind—for ransom. This is the first in her Point Last Seen series. Count All Her Bones (Girl, Stolen, 2) Go to book. When Mia and Charlie encounter resistance to reopening the case, they take the investigation into their own hands. A producer has optioned both Girl, Stolen and Count All Her Bones and is trying to put together a movie. See if your friends have read any of April Henry's books. Dueling covers of lips, Haven't I seen you someplace before? Henry, who is a past master at martial arts particularly Kungfu and has been a German translator and her literary work has been translated into many languages. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, “Sometimes people did this, closed their eyes for a few seconds and imagined it gave them insights into what it was like to be her. I think this is one trend that's overdone. When the three teens join Portland County Sheriff's Search and Rescue, they are teamed up to search for a autistic man lost in the woods. After a young Chinese prostitute is stabbed to death by her rich American client, the tabloids dub Dandan Yee “Lethal Beauty”—despite the fact that she was the one who ended up dead. Loved Lamar Gile's Not so Pure and Simple. In seconds, he knocks her to the ground and holds a razor blade to her throat. I write books and I look books about writing. and her children. Select the department you want to search in. Sixteen year-old Cheyenne Wilder is sleeping in the back of a car while her mom fills her prescription at the pharmacy. ), ( Haven't I seen you someplace before? She hasn't even lived at home since was 17. April Henry . - School Library Journal "Legendary mystery author Henry is back at it again" - Barnes & Noble blog "Another one to add to the collection of Henry's fast-paced thrillers." Haven't I seen you someplace before? Paperback Meanwhile, Dandan Yee’s mother has opted to take matters into her own hands . . That means there's a killer still at large. Dueling blue head covers. April Henry is the New York Times bestselling author of many acclaimed mysteries for adults and young adults, including the YA novels Girl, Stolen; The Girl I Used to Be, which was nominated for an Edgar Award; The Night She Disappeared; and Body in the Woods and Blood Will Tell, Books One and Two in the Point Last Seen series. Henry’s expertise in writing mysteries and thrillers has placed her on the short-list for the Agatha, Anthony, and Oregon Book awards. It's different but equally good. Haven't I seen you someplace before? But she’s spent years denying her gift. There's a problem loading this menu right now. … Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Haven't I seen you someplace before? Dueling covers of torn squares of paper. The writing was amazing - lyrical, whimsical, inventive. I live in Portland, Oregon with my family. But that means there are lots of books in the future. I am happy to find out that you are working on a sequel. It should have been an open and shut murder case, but Mia Quinn finds out nothing about it is simple. Welcome back. To her own surprise, seventeen-year-old Miranda finds the others looking to her as their leader. How far will this prosecutor go to learn the truth about her husband—and how far will she have to go to protect her family? I read a lot of blogs before we went, and packed accordingly. Mia’s a natural for heading up the murder investigation, but these days it’s all she can do to hold her life together. Each must be returned within three weeks, and they are all so popular that I can't renew them.