Blood Will Tell: A Point Last Seen Mystery (Paperback)
When a woman's body is found in a Portland park, suspicion falls on an awkward kid who lives only a few blocks away, a teen who collects knives, loves first-person shooter video games, and obsessively doodles violent scenes in his school notebooks. Nick Walker goes from being a member of Portland's Search and Rescue team to the prime suspect in a murder, his very interest in SAR seen as proof of his fascination with violence. How is this even possible? And can Alexis and Ruby find a way to help clear Nick's name before it's too late?
April Henry weaves another page-turning, high stakes mystery in Blood Will Tell, Book 2 of the Point Last Seen series.
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About the Author
April Henry is the New York Times bestselling author of many acclaimed mysteries for adults and young adults, including the YA novels Girl, Stolen and The Night She Disappeared and the thriller Face of Betrayal, co-authored with Lis Wiehl. She lives in Oregon.
“The author's expertise at plotting a murder mystery and knowledge of police procedure are evident.” —Publishers Weekly on The Body in the Woods, Point Last Seen
“Fast-moving and well-constructed . . . A quick, thrilling read that doesn't skimp on characterization.” —Kirkus Reviews on The Body in the Woods, Point Last Seen
“A psychological mystery wrapped in a thriller with a smart and resourceful heroine. Great read!” —Alexandra Sokoloff, screenwriter and bestselling thriller author of The Harrowing, on The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
“A thrill-packed story with twists and turns you'll never see coming. Hop on board for an adrenaline fueled ride!” —CJ Lyons, New York Times–bestselling author of Blind Faith, on The Girl Who Was Supposed to Die
“The reader must wait with bated breath to see when and if the characters will uncover the truth as the suspense builds to a fever pitch near the end of the book.” —VOYA on The Night She Disappeared
“Fans of intense page-turners . . . will love this one.” —School Library Journal on The Night She Disappeared
“It's a riveting story. . . . Each chapter is a surprise, and the tension builds steadily until the inevitable climactic face off.” —Publishers Weekly on The Night She Disappeared