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Harmless by Dana Reinhardt
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Oct 27, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: brake-for-books-2009, bewitching-2009
Read in April, 2009

When three friends don't want to admit to their parents that they were at a party and not where they were supposed to be, they concoct what they believe is a harmless lie. They pretend that they were attacked by an unknown assailant at the river. They never expect their parents to involve the police. Soon, the lie becomes huge as people throughout the community call in tips and search for their would be attacker. Though it's a contemporary novel, it could be set anywhere in America within the last 30 years. Many teens lie to their parents when they attend a party on the sly. Harmless plays out one unfortunate scenerio.

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