By Penny Kline
Paul Challacombe: Clever, sporty, popular at school. MISSING. Barbara Preston: Middle-aged. Not an enemy in the world. MURDERED.
Karen Cady is convinced there’s a connection, but her father, a private detective, has long since given up the search. Pretending to write an article for the school magazine, Karen Cady starts to investigate.
Are Paul’s family hiding something? Do they really want Paul found? And what was the secret Barbara told Paul shortly before her death? It’s up to Karen to unearth a mystery some people would rather remained buried…
Penny Kline has worked as a teacher, psychologist and student counsellor. She now writes full time, and has written four books for adults – DYING TO HELP, FEELING BAD, A CRUSHING BLOW and TURNING NASTY. A WATERY GRAVE was her first published novel for children. Penny is married with two grown-up children, and lives in Bath with her husband and her dog.