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Where Trouble Leads

A Jennifer Bannon Mystery

by Brenda Chapman

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list price: $9.95
also available: eBook
published: 2007
publisher: Dundurn Press
imprint: Napoleon and Co
Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
12 to 15
5 to 8
Reading age:
12 to 15
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Where Trouble Leads

Where Trouble Leads is the third book in the Jennifer Bannon series (the second, Hiding in Hawk’s Creek, was an Our Choice selection). This time, 15-year-old Jennifer and her friend Ambie are off to White Pine as counsellors – with Jennifer’s little sister coming along as a camper. Along with the challenges of a reluctant swimmer and a camper with attitude, Jennifer finds a lot of peculiar things at White Pine – a cook who can’t cook, a nighttime prowler, a disappearing counsellor and a whole lot of trouble.

Source: The Canadian Children's Bookcentre. Summer 2007. Vol.30 No.3.

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Fifteen-year-old Jennifer Bannon agrees to spend her summer as a camp counsellor at White Pine Camp with her best friend Ambie and her younger sister Leslie. But Jennifers summer in the isolated wilderness on Georgian Bay turns into a roller coaster ride of suspense and danger. Not all is as it appears, and Jennifer is quickly entangled in camp mysteries and the deep secrets of girls assigned to her cabin. There are mysterious after-lights-out activities and strange people who catch Jennifers eye, including a particular male counsellor. When Jennifer discovers somebody lurking in the woods past curfew, she knows that her first responsibility is to the girls in her charge, but she is nevertheless determined to find out what lies beneath the surface. What she discovers in the woods leads her to believe that someone is smuggling drugs and using the camp as a cover-up. As the summer heats up, suspense reaches a boiling point, and Jennifer must race to solve the mysteries of White Pine before tragedy rocks the camp.

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Brenda Chapman

Brenda Chapman is a crime writer who has published over twenty books, including six in the lauded Stonechild and Rouleau mystery series. She lives in Ottawa.

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