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Stalker (danger.com)
Stalker - danger.com
Author: Jordan Cray
ISBN-13: 9780689814761
ISBN-10: 0689814763
Publication Date: 2/1/1998
Pages: 224
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Simon Pulse
Book Type: Paperback
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Mina and Camille were inseparable as children, but everything changes when Camille goes away with her mother to stay by the beach the whole summer. When she returns, Camille has new clothes, lost some weight, and even had a summer boyfriend. The transformation makes her popular and distances her from the nerdy Mina.

One major source of contention between the girls is Camille's new cyberfriend, who Camille plans to meet. When Camille turns up missing, Mina and Camille's boyfriend go hunting for clues leading to her dissapearence.

Interesting and suspenseful.
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This is a regular paperback book, not a Board book as the listing indicates.
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
The Internet...a world without rules, without boundaries. Where you can be anyone you want, whoever you aren't. And it's all just a click away...

Mina and Camille share everything. So why would Camille take off without telling Mina? The cops think she's just being your average flakey teenager, but Mina doesn't buy it. Camille isn't average, and she certainly isn't flakey. Then Mina finds a trail of emails between Camille and some stranger. Could this be the key to Camille's disappearance?

Mina decides to investigate on her own. What she finds draws her deeper into the mind of a killer with a twisted obsession. And Camille is about to become the killer's next victim.

Different people in different places. The one thing they have in common is a new address on the Internet: danger.com. Where all your fears come true.