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Chasing Shadows

A Shelby Belgarden Mystery

by Valerie Sherrard

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At last, Shelby Belgarden has put her crime-solving behind her and has returned to the life of an ordinary teenager. Now 16, she has taken her first job: working at a new local restaurant called The Steak Place. But when one of her co-workers -- a waitress named Nadine -- goes missing, Shelby suspects foul play. The police won't believe her. Neither will Shelby's boyfriend, Greg, who grows frustrated with her search for a criminal who may not exist.

About the Author
Valerie Sherrard is an acclaimed child and young adult author whose work has been shortlisted for numerous Canadian awards. Her insights into children come from years of working with them in various capacities, as well as fostering over 70 teens. Valerie lives in Miramichi, New Brunswick with her husband Brent and their four very spoiled cats. Wendy Whittingham began drawing at the young age of two and was seldom seen without a pencil in hand. As she matured, her love of art inspired her to study further and she later graduated from the Graphic Design Program at Humber College and also the Illustration Certificate Program at Sheridan College. Currently, Wendy shares a home in Burlington with her husband George, three dogs and two cats.
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Contributor Notes

Valerie Sherrard is the author of 12 previous novels for young people, including the Shelby Belgarden Mysteries, Watcher, Sarah's Legacy, Speechless, and her first historical novel, Three Million Acres of Flame. Her work has been shortlisted for numerous Canadian awards, including the Red Maple, White Pine, and Arthur Ellis Awards. She lives in Miramichi, New Brunswick.

Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
12 to 15
Grade:
7 to 10
Reading age:
12 to 15

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