Seeing and Believing

Seeing and Believing Vin swears he had nothing to do with the robbery or the two people who were shot But Sal saw Vin running from the scene Even after Vin is arrested Mike isn t sure who to believe He s caught between h

  • Title: Seeing and Believing
  • Author: Norah McClintock
  • ISBN: 9780439946087
  • Page: 292
  • Format: None
  • Vin swears he had nothing to do with the robbery or the two people who were shot But Sal saw Vin running from the scene Even after Vin is arrested, Mike isn t sure who to believe He s caught between his two friends and believing one might mean losing the other .

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    About " Norah McClintock "

  • Norah McClintock

    Norah McClintock s fascinating mysteries are hard to put down Her Chloe Levesque series, Mike Riel series, and Robyn Hunter series, all published by Canada, have been popular with readers in many countries Norah has also written several crime novels for reluctant readers in the Orca Soundings series from Orca Book Publishers, Norah is a five time winner of the Crime Writers of Canada s Arthur Ellis Award for Best Juvenile Crime Novel Read Mistaken Identity, The Body in the Basement, Sins of the Father, Scared to Death, and Break and Enter to find out why Norah s books have been translated into than a dozen languages, and she has won numerous awards Awards Arthur Ellis Award Juvenileo 1996 Mistaken Identity Winnero 1998 The Body in the Basement Winnero 1999 Sins of the Father Winnero 2002 Scared to Death Winnero 2003 Break and Enter WinnerRed Maple Award o 2004 Hit and Run Winner

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  • First and foremost, this is a youth book. Don't go in expecting sophisticated dialogue and intimate sex. In fact, I'm pretty sure the best age to read this book at would be anywhere between sixth to eighth grade. The author doesn't seem to know much about the male psyche, yet she uses it as our main perspective. Michael seems to be hypersensitive to Riel's fiancé's scent. It comes off as though he's going to put his foster dad in a horrible awkward situation by getting infatuated with her.As we [...]


  • sometimes people think they are in a certain place because god wanted you to be there. This book has a lot to be with being at the wrong place at the wrong time, we feel lucky when random events happen wherever we are, well in this book we have a character call Vincent that wishes he never stepped inside the Gas station. Is weird when we are placed in a position were we can't defend ourselves, There can be unexpected evidence that we never prepared for. I can make many connections to the real wo [...]




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