The Boy in the Burning House

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  • The Boy in the Burning House

  • Author : Tim Wynne-Jones
  • Publisher : Groundwood Books Ltd
  • ISBN : 1554980054
  • Genre : Young Adult Fiction
  • Number of Pages : 232
  • Publish Date : 2000-08-01
  • Ratings: 4.5
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Two years after his father mysteriously disappeared, Jim Hawkins is coping -- barely. Underneath he's frozen in uncertainty and grief. Then Ruth Rose crashes into his life. A sixteen-year-old misfit whose manic moods have to be managed by drugs, she tells Jim that her stepfather is a murderer. Every instinct tells Jim to walk away, to get back to the slow process of dealing with his own grief. Yet something about her fierce conviction will not let him rest. Ruth Rose lights a fire in Jim -- a burning need to uncover the truth, no matter how painful that truth may be. Acclaimed author Tim Wynne-Jones turns his considerable talent to a stunning novel that is part mystery, part psychological thriller. Emotionally compelling, fast-paced, terrifying and clever -- The Boy in the Burning House is an irresistible read.

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