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by K. M Peyton

Author: K. M Peyton
Language: English
Publisher: Collins+World; 1st American ed edition (1978)
Pages: 182 pages
Category: No category
Rating: 4.4
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Mrs. Peyton approaches the well-worn kidnapping genre from a fresh angle, delving into the psychological aftermath experienced by the victim

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Cycling home after his guitar lesson, Jonathan becomes a kidnapping victim. Peyton approaches the well-worn kidnapping genre from a fresh angle, delving into the psychological aftermath experienced by the victim. Peyton's prose is, as always with her contemporary ya's, fresh and clear. The ultimate resolution is clever and satisfying.

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Prove yourself a hero. K. M. Peyton is too accomplished for the good of her books. When Jonathan is tricked into accepting a lift home from two mysterious men in a van, it's the start of a terrifying event: a kidnapping. And if the ransom money doesn't arrive soon, he knows he'll be killed. A tense and thrilling novel from Carnegie Medal-winning author, K. Peyton.

Cycling home after his guitar lesson, Jonathan becomes a kidnapping victim.