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Along Comes a Wolfe

a Shepherd & Wolfe Mystery

by Angie Counios & David Gane

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Shepherd & Wolfe. They're not the Hardy Boys. High school student Sheri Beckman has disappeared. When a massive search turns up nothing, her boyfriend, Tony Shepherd, joins forces with a wise-ass troublemaker named Charlie Wolfe to find out what happened.

But Charlie's investigations aren't always legal, so when another missing girl is found dead, Tony must decide whether doing right might sometimes mean doing wrong. Together, Shepherd and Wolfe must find a ruthless killer and stop him before someone else dies.

 

About the Authors

Angie Counios

ANGIE COUNIOS teaches by day, and writes film scripts and fiction the rest of the time. When she’s not teaching or writing, she’s packing a bag for another adventure, completing a goal list, playing with her camera or practising yoga. DAVID GANE is a writer, teacher, and stay-at-home dad. He writes film scripts and fiction, and has also composed poetry, plays, and academic film reviews. He occasionally teaches screenwriting at the University of Regina.
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David Gane

ANGIE COUNIOS teaches by day, and writes film scripts and fiction the rest of the time. When she’s not teaching or writing, she’s packing a bag for another adventure, completing a goal list, playing with her camera or practising yoga. DAVID GANE is a writer, teacher, and stay-at-home dad. He writes film scripts and fiction, and has also composed poetry, plays, and academic film reviews. He occasionally teaches screenwriting at the University of Regina.
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Age:
14 to 18
Grade:
9 to 13

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