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Who Are You?

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  210 ratings  ·  6 reviews
From one of the foremost mystery writers for young adults comes a gripping double mystery about a high school student who finds out that a stranger has kept a secret file on her entire life.

Kristi Evans and her parents can't understand why police detectives are telling them that a man named Douglas Merson has been shot. They've never heard of him. But it becomes important
Mass Market Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 13th 2001 by Laurel Leaf (first published 1999)
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Makaila Leigh Moore
a young girl name Kristi get a visite from the cops after a person name Douglas Merson gets shot and he keep a file on her, after she found out she has been dying to know why he kept a file on her. Over time she gets more clues on things that helps her understand how she might have fit in. When she want to visit him in the hospital, he gave her a drawing of her mother that his son Rogar gave him. After thinking over and over and putting the peices together and getting a phone call having to go t ...more
Another page-turner from mystery/suspense master Joan Lowry Nixon. She knows full well how to appeal to the young adult mind by setting up tensions between the protagonist and the authority figures. With so many books under her belt, she can choose specialized topics for each book. In this case, it's a budding teen artist.
As far as the mystery aspect, expect lots of end-of-chapter cliff hangers and a few red herrings.
I wouldn't think this would appeal past 8th grade. When I read it with my stu
i thought i was a perfect book just for me. Because when police detectives tel kristi evans and her parents that a man named Douglas Merson was killed in his home from being shot that did`nt mean anything to them well to know the rest you MUST READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!
Whitney Wolken
I thought this was an ok book, but it seemed like a middle school level book. It was too simple for the kind of books I usually like to read. I recommend this book to middle school or upper elementary students.
The writing was a bit simplistic but I guess that can be expected for a young YA book. Not as interesting as some I read a long time but good enough to keep me reading.
soooooooooo good!!! really well written!
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Author of more than one hundred books, Joan Lowery Nixon is the only writer to have won four Edgar Allan Poe Awards for Juvenile Mysteries (and been nominated several other times) from the Mystery Writers of America. Creating contemporary teenage characters who have both a personal problem and a mystery to solve, Nixon captured the attention of legions of teenage readers since the publication of h ...more
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