"Quick and fun with a satisfying resolution."
All Brad remembers about that party was that his friend Alden Whitlock drove him home. He also has the nagging feeling that while he was sleeping in the passenger seat, Alden hit somethingor someone. Alden and his father, a powerful judge, deny that anything took place. Brad isn't so sureespecially when beautiful Ellen Hanson comes searching in town for her lost father. Suddenly Brad is forced to examine his cushioned world of privilege and to choose between the truth and deceit. Either way, Brad could lose....
About the Author
Jay Bennett, a master of suspense, was the first writer to win, in two successive years, the Mystery Writers of America’s prestigious Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Juvenile Mystery. His book The Skeleton Man was nominated for the 1986 Edgar Allan Poe Award as well. He is the author of many suspense novels for young adults, as well as successful adult novels, stage plays, and television scripts. Bennett lives in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.