Mac on the Road to Marseille: The Adventures of Mademoiselle Mac by Christopher WardMac on the Road to Marseille: The Adventures of Mademoiselle Mac by Christopher Ward

Mac on the Road to Marseille: The Adventures of Mademoiselle Mac

byChristopher Ward

Paperback | March 21, 2015

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Fifteen-year-old Mackenzie returns to Paris to attend the Christmas Eve wedding of her Dad's old friend, Rudee Daroo, and the love of his life, dancer Sashay D'or. Mac is told about the annual New Year's taxi road rally, this year hosted by the Marseille Marauders, the nastiest lot of drivers you've ever seen.

Partnered with hulking cabbie Blag Lebouef, Mac manages to convince her parents that the road rally is more like a carefree drive in the French countryside than the death-defying cutthroat rivalry it's always been. Negotiating brutal weather, cryptic signage, outright sabotage, random flocks of sheep, and zigzagging back roads, Mac and Blag might be the perfect combination of cunning and brute strength.

On the road, she makes the startling discovery that the clues the drivers have been given during the rally could lead to the discovery of some valuable missing artwork. Is that worth losing the rally over?

Christopher Ward, Canada's original MuchMusic VJ, wrote the world- wide No. 1 hit "Black Velvet." His songs have been recorded by Diana Ross, The Backstreet Boys, and many others, and he's been seen as a judge on YTV's The Next Star. Ward is also the author of Dead Brilliant and Mac in the City of Light. He lives in Toronto.
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Title:Mac on the Road to Marseille: The Adventures of Mademoiselle MacFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.5 inPublished:March 21, 2015Publisher:DundurnLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1459721888

ISBN - 13:9781459721883

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This zany volume about the spunky heroine and her off-beat friends celebrates individuality and adventure. - School Library Journal (US)