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Drawing the Line
     

Drawing the Line

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by Judith Cutler
 

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Lina has been in care all her life, but when she comes across a page from a rare 16th century book that she remembers from early childhood, she snaps up the chance to buy it. If she can locate the rest of the book, maybe she can find her father. But in the ensuing weeks a series of burglaries and attacks occur. What has Lina uncovered?

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Lina has been in care all her life, but when she comes across a page from a rare 16th century book that she remembers from early childhood, she snaps up the chance to buy it. If she can locate the rest of the book, maybe she can find her father. But in the ensuing weeks a series of burglaries and attacks occur. What has Lina uncovered?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780749016593
Publisher:
Allison & Busby, Limited
Publication date:
05/21/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
4,896
File size:
381 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Judith Cutler began writing at an early age, and after studying English Literature she worked as a teacher in Birmingham for many years. Her career as a writer began in earnest whilst recovering from chickenpox and her short stories have been widely published in magazines, anthologies and read on radio. She is the author of two series set in the Birmingham area featuring Detective Kate Power and teacher and amateur sleuth Sophie Rivers.

judithcutler.com

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Drawing the Line 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 3 days ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story is interesting and clever and I didn't figure out any part of the mystery. I learned quite a bit about antiques and those who restore and deal in them. The characters were truly wonderful and so believable that I felt as if I knew them. The descriptions of the shops and villages and houses were so detailed that the book almost ran like a movie in my mind as I read it. My only criticism is that the author often jumps from locations and scenes and conversations to other locations and scenes and conversations with no indication and I'd have to backtrack to see where we were and with whom. Let me warn you that this book is written in the first person, and it's British so there are a lot of words and phrases that might throw you off if you're not familiar with all things British. I had no problem at all, but I'd hate this book to get a negative review because a reader didn't expect that and wasn't happy. That said, I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys mysteries, interesting stories and great characters. I'd love to read further adventures of Lina and Griff.