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Sketchy Behavior by Erynn Mangum
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Jul 11, 11

bookshelves: adventure, christian, friendship, murder, mystery, scary, school, art
Recommended to Meagan by: Z Street Team
Recommended for: Middle grade readers, Young adult readers, mystery lovers, teens
Read on July 10, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Sketchy Behavior
By Erynn Mangum

Kate Carter is just an ordinary, unnoticed 16 year old girl until her art class assignment captures a serial killer. With notoriety thrust upon her, Kate is now in the spotlight - exactly where she doesn’t want to be.
With the police watching her every step and news crews camped out in her front yard Kate is a national celebrity.

But soon she’s the target of the now jailed serial killer’s friends. With nightmares keeping her awake, fear dogging her every step, will Kate discover what comes after death before the next bullet finds its mark?

Sketchy Behavior is an intense book that realistically portrays high school life for someone who likes to remain in the background. With twists you’re not expecting Sketchy Behavior holds your interest to the very end!

I for one hope South Woodhaven Falls will be the scene for more adventures. Fabulous work, Erynn!

Reviewer copy provided by Z Street Team.
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