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The author of the book: Rebecca McNutt
Edition: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: November 20th 2014
ISBN 13: 9781503311237
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 5.42 MB
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Will isn't your typical teenager. She lives in Nova Scotia with an eccentric family and strange neighbors, and her cousin Daphne is known as the "town crazy", with imaginary friends and made-up places... but one night Daphne goes missing, and Will finds herself trying to solve a murder mystery with the help of a strange cop, her mother, her goth friend Thirteen, Daphne's former rival Marie Schmidt and an entity imagined into existence by Daphne herself.
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Read information about the authorMy name is Rebecca Maye McNutt. Born in 1998, I'm a student by day, fiction author on the side, trained as a library technician and studying to hopefully be a corporate lawyer or personal injury lawyer one day. My favorite film is The Corporation (2003). I'm a romantic asexual, I'll read and watch anything about the Enron case (or any other shady/defunct company), I love 20th century history and corporate culture and I'm a graduate of the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) currently enrolled at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Since I was twelve years old my books have been published under the name "Rebecca McNutt", my most popular title being Bittersweet Symphony, a story about the impact of the September 11th Attacks. I also design the cover graphics for all my books. I'm agnostic, fiscally conservative, socially moderate (and probably too ambivalent). I don't believe in man-made climate change and I think that all the measures being taken to prevent it are ridiculous, but if you believe in it, you have every right to. I'll agree to disagree. Mutual respect is something the world is seriously lacking in these days. My favorite book, hands-down, is Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Melville.
I've been a Goodreads member for a long time and I review books a lot, especially self-published and indie works. I do review books sent to me by people, both print books and e-books, but I've been offered money in the past to post positive reviews of books, and I just don't do that. I've got no problem reading and reviewing books but I don't think it's right to post a positive review of something based on any financial bias or incentive.
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