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About the author:
Jennifer Sauer is a young adult writer, who started creating stories at a very young age. Her first book, The Crimson Banner, was published in 2011. Why Rodney Never Should've Gone to the NAPIC is her second book. She is currently working in the sequels.
She's a homeschool graduate who lives in Syracuse, N.Y. with her parents and dog, all of whom she is extremely fond. When not writing, Jennifer can be found teaching her craft to young writers, reading, babysitting, or sewing- she especially has a passion for costumes.
To learn more about her and her endeavors, visit ivorypalace.blogger.com.
Why Rodney Never Should've Gone to the NAPIC
One of the downsides to being kid sister to Rodney Parker, one of the nation's greatest detectives- possibly a slight exaggeration- is that people tend to think kidnapping you provides a great bargaining chip to get your brother off the case. Kit Parker would know. She's been living with the consequences her entire life and, she's used to it. It's just a way of life.
But, then Rodney heads off to the Sixteenth National Annual Private Investigator's Conference, leaving her in the care of his arrogant assistant- Mr. Sherlock Holmes wannabe, Detective-in-Training, Resident Genius Oliver O'Rourke himself. When Oliver's sister is kidnapped, Kit is left with a choice to make. Does she listen to her brother and do her best to stay out of trouble or follow her instincts and help Oliver find his sister? And, can the girl who has a bad history with kidnappers manage to evade the criminal's clutches long enough to bring them to justice? Or will she once again end up the victim rather than the hero?
- Publication Date:
- 1495480992 / 9781495480997
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Action & Adventure