Dead Time (Paperback)

Anne Cassidy

-   12 years +

Rose and Joshua first met when Joshua and his dad came to live with Rose and her mum. Then their world turns upside down when their mother and father go out for dinner one evening and never return. With police inquiries going nowhere, Rose is dispatched to live with her chilly, unfriendly grandmother and Joshua is sent to live with his uncle. Then Joshua comes to London to study and Rose is witness to not one, but two murders. Why is this happening to Rose? Can it be anything to do with the investigations Joshua has been doing into the disappearance of their parents? A taut and pacy thriller that is the start of a stylish new series from an acclaimed writer for teens.


Product Details

  • Product code: APVTO
  • ISBN: 9781408815502
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 19.6cm x 12.8cm
  • Pages: 368
  • Publish date: Thu May 10 00:00:00 BST 2012
  • Book points: 6

Red House Reader Review

Reader review: Dead Time - Paperback - 9781408815502
Jake Rheeston
Red House Reviewer

Absolutely astonishing. The best so far. If you love this author then this is the book for you. 5 stars out of 5. In this epic novel Rose is on a mission. She wants to know what happened to her parents. When she is out meeting her step brother Josh something bad happens. A few metres away from her someone is murdered. This brings up the case of her parents disappearance as they look into it. She is a prime suspect and a few days later one of her closest friends is also killed. Now she is leading her own investigation into her friend's murder and her parents disappearance. The only people she has left is her brother and his best friend who is a computer genius who can access any security camera. She needs their help to find the killer. Will this also have any links to her parents disappearance?

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