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A string of islands, a knot of criminals, and two teens to untie it.

High school changes everything for Kenzie Ryan and Angelo Sanchez—especially their relationship. After spending all summer cracking crimes against endangered wildlife in Big Pine Key, Florida, now they barely see each other. Angelo hangs out with a Porsche-driving quarterback and a stunning local “Conch pr
Published August 5th 2016 by Leap Books, LLC
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Bonnie Ferrante
Feb 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Bonnie J. Doerr has written a polished, exciting and important book. Tangled Lines deals with the destruction of natural habitat and cruelty toward pelicans, all in the name of profit. Doerr’s research is impeccable. The portrayal of the culture and community of Big Pine Key, Florida is realistic and believable. The reader is given an insight into the daily struggle of fishermen, the risks taken by Cuban immigrants to reach the United States of America, exploitation of the natural world, the sen ...more
Carol Baldwin
With the publication of TANGLED LINES (Seek, 2016), Bonnie Doerr completes her eco-mystery series that began with ISLAND STING (2010) and STAKEOUT (2012). All three middle grade books star "detectives" Kenzie Ryan and Angelo Sanchez figuring out an ecological crime that threatens their beloved Florida Keys.

Since I frequently interweave book reviews with comments on craft, this review will focus on three basic elements: The Beginning, Middle, and End using materials Barbara O' Connor provided at
Jan 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
I won't write much of a review as the author is a friend. Also, it is young adult fiction, a category I rarely read so have little experience with. But, it certainly made me want to return to Key West. Especially as I read it today, we have almost 8 inches of snow on the ground and a deep freeze is headed our way with lows in the single digits!
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