Puffin Essentials Stone Cold by Robert SwindellsPuffin Essentials Stone Cold by Robert Swindells

Puffin Essentials Stone Cold

byRobert Swindells

Mass Market Paperback | February 1, 2005

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Stone Cold is an exciting and disturbing thriller by Robert Swindells A tense, exciting thriller combined with a perceptive and harrowing portrait of life on the streets as a serial killer preys on the young and vulnerable homeless. 17-year-old Link is distrustful of people until he pairs up with Deb, homeless like him. But what Deb doesn't tell him is that she's an ambitious young journalist on a self-imposed assignment to track down the killer and that she's prepared to use herself as bait ... Winner of the Carnegie Medal Robert Swindells lives on the Yorkshire moors and is a full-time writer. He has won the Children's Book Award twice, for BROTHER IN THE LAND and for ROOM 13. In 1994, he won the Carnegie Medal for STONE COLD, and also the Sheffield Book Award. Also by Robert Swindells: Brother in the Land; Room 13; Stone Cold; Nightmare Stairs; Unbeliever; Blitzed; Ruby Tanya; The Thousand Eyes of Night; The Tunnel; The Shade of Hettie Daynes; Burnout; In the Nick of Time; Daz 4 Zoe; Snakebite; Snapshot; Branded; Roger's War; No Angels; Wrecked; Jacqueline Hyde; Stayling Up; A Serpent's Tooth; Follow a Shadow; Timesnatch; Unbeliever; The Last Bus
Robert Swindells was born in Bradford in 1939 and continues to live in Yorkshire. He left school at 15 and worked in a variety of jobs, including primary school teaching, before becoming a full-time writer. His widely acclaimed novels often reflect his political passions, such as BROTHER IN THE LAND, which is set in the aftermath of a...
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Title:Puffin Essentials Stone ColdFormat:Mass Market PaperbackPublished:February 1, 2005Publisher:Penguin Uk

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140362517

ISBN - 13:9780140362510

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Changes the Way You Look at the Street and this book does just that! I first read this book in grade 6 and it's the only book that I have had the will power to read again! It was well written with a good plot for young adults. You truly understand how hard it is to live on the streets and have more sympathy for the homeless in the end. A good read.
Date published: 1999-07-20