Not a Trace: A Chloe and Levesque Mystery

Category: Book
By (author): McClintock, Norah
Series: Chloe And Levesque Mysteries
Subject:  YOUNG ADULT FICTION / General
Audience: young adult
Awards: Canadian Children's Book Centre, Our Choice (2006) Commended
OLA Blue Spruce Award (2006) Short-listed
OLA Red Maple Award, Fiction (2006) Short-listed
Arthur Ellis Crime Writer's Award, Juvenile Division (2006) Short-listed
Publisher: Scholastic Canada Ltd
Published: August 2005
Format: Book-paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.75in x 4.26in
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Additional Notes

From The Publisher*The latest book in the Chloe and Levesque series, with the dramatic new series look. Chloe has a kind of grudging respect for David Mitchell, even though he appears to have a spring-loaded temper, so when he's charged with the murder of Trevor Blake, she can't decide whether he's guilty or not. Mitchell is definitely the likeliest suspect - he fought with Blake on the main street of East Hastings just before the murder - but then some of the clues at the scene of the crime just don't add up. Not a Trace will include a sneak peak at the new Robyn Hunter series, coming from Norah McClintock in 2006!
Biographical NoteNorah McClintock has won an unprecedented five Arthur Ellis Awards, for Mistaken Identity, The Body in the Basement, Sins of the Father, Scared to Death and Break and Enter - an accomplishment unmatched by any other YA writer. She was also nominated for the Arthur Ellis Award for her non-fiction title: Body, Crime, Suspect: Investigating Crime Scenes. Her Mike and Riel novel, Hit and Run,won OLA's 2004 Red Maple Award. No Escape was nominated for both the Arthur Ellis Award and as Best Young Adult Mystery in the 2004 Anthony Awards.