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This high-interest, low-vocabulary novella is intended for adult basic education (ABE) and English as a Second Language (ESL) readers. Early one Saturday morning, Mike's phone rings."Nice day for a little kayak trip, eh?" says the deep, echoing voice. "But I wouldn't go out if I were you." Mike's business is guiding visitors on kayak tours around the islands off the west coast. This weekend, he'll be taking Liz, his new cook, and two strangers on a kayak tour. Soon, his phone rings again. "I'm watching you," the caller says. "Stay home." Mike and the others set off on their trip, but the stalker secretly follows them. Who is he? What will he do? The Stalker will keep you guessing until the end. Lexile level: HL540L
About the Author
Gail Anderson-Dargatz is a bestselling author published worldwide in English and other languages. Her books have been short-listed for five awards: the Giller Prize; the Leacock Award for humour; the Canadian Author’s Association Fiction Award, the OLA Evergreen Award; and the Sunburst Award. A number of Gail’s books have been national bestsellers. She divides her time between Manitoulin Island and the Shuswap region of BC, the landscape found in so much of her writing.