Storm Warning by Monica HughesStorm Warning by Monica Hughes

Storm Warning

byMonica Hughes

Mass Market Paperback | January 21, 2002

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Sandra Williams seems like an ordinary teenager, on holidays with her family at a northern Ontario resort town. That’s what she wants Bryan MacDonald to think when a friendly marina operator teams Sandra and Bryan up as scuba diving partners. But this is no random pairing -- Sandra and her family have methodically tracked Bryan down to this idyllic lakeside town, where Bryan’s wealthy family is known and respected.

Only Bryan can help Sandra solve a terrible mystery that unknowingly links the two families in a tragic history. Only Bryan can help Sandra delve beneath the shining surface of a golden family life -- of a sparkling blue lake -- to uncover the past. Now Sandra and Bryan are caught in a storm of secrets -- secrets that have the power to heal ... and destroy.

From futuristic fantasy to riveting historical fiction and satisfying contemporary adventure, Monica Hughes is known and loved by her young adult readers for her remarkable storytelling skill. Storm Warning is new and exciting proof of that -- a terrific present-day adventure tale with two teens who both have to make tough choices about what’s right for them and for their families.
Monica Hughes was born in Liverpool, England on November 3, 1925. Before joining the Women's Royal Naval Service, she lived in Egypt as a child and went to school in Scotland. During World War II, she worked on breaking German codes. In 1952, she immigrated to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and began working at Ottawa's National Research Co...
Title:Storm WarningFormat:Mass Market PaperbackPublished:January 21, 2002Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0006485510

ISBN - 13:9780006485513

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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