Friday, May 16, 2008

The Bloodwater Mysteries #3: Doppelganger

The Bloodwater Mysteries #3: Doppelganger by Pete Hautman and Mary Logue
Brian and Roni are looking for another case to crack when Roni finds an age-progressed picture of a boy who looks alarmingly like Brian on a missing children website. Brian is sure it is only a coincidence-after all, he's lived happily with his adoptive parents for as long as he can remember. But then again, his parents have never really told him about his adoption . . . Could there be more to his family history than he knows? As Roni and Brian piece together the clues, other people emerge from the shadows of the past and suddenly Brian isn't just a detective on the case-he's the key to a mystery that everyone is after. Can he and Roni uncover the truth before it's too late?

2 comments:

Paula Rohrlick/KLIATT said...

...well-plotted and suspenseful tale by two notable authors, and humor and some slapstick action keep the mood light. A fun read.

Jenson_AKA_DL said...

...this is basically a very enjoyable book with an interesting mystery at the heart of it. I think that kids (or adults) who enjoy the Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys type stories would like these Bloodwater Mysteries as well***