While teaching summer school at exclusive Philly Prep, English teacher Amanda Pepper feels a sense of foreboding. First, a reading of Romeo and Juliet activates some very strange chemistry. Then the computer science teacher begins receiving anonymous go-back-to-Africa phone calls. A young Vietnamese boy dies in a drive-by shooting. And late one night, outside a Chinatown massage parlor, student April Tuong is kidnapped.
Random violence? Perhaps. But Amanda refuses to let gentle April vanish without at least asking a few questions, starting in her own classroom. Yet the truth, when she finds it, is appalling, deadly, and much too close to home....
©2012 Judith Greber (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
I have read the print version but I do enjoy a good narrator reading to me.
Yes, it kept me guessing. And the ending was very exciting, tense and ultimately satisfying.
Her voices are great, especially for the two main characters, which isn't the case with the other person who reads Gillian Roberts' books.
Who is spreading the hate and violence and why are they after Amanda Pepper?
A very good listen. I so prefer Susan Denaker to the other person who does this series.
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