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At Risk of Being a Fool
At Risk of Being a Fool
Author: Jeanette Cottrell
With her husband confined to a nursing home, retired teacher Jeanie McCoy works part-time in an at-risk youth program, helping six troubled students prepare for the GED exam. Her students have police records and most are repeat offenders. So when a pipe bomb explodes at a Delancey Brothers construction site and injures a man, the police target o...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780373267286
ISBN-10: 0373267282
Publication Date: 2010
Pages: 269
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Publisher: Worldwide
Book Type: Paperback
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Very engrossing tale--Jeanie is a teacher and her students are preparing for their GED, they all have police records and most repeat offenders. A pipe bomb goes off and she is going to protect her "kids" even with their secrets, she knows they did not do this. Now she has to find out who did. Kept me guessing until the end. I liked this book. Quick read and well written--was never bored and the ending was not what i expected.