By Sophie Masson
With cover and internal illustrations by Yvonne Low
Published by Eagle Books
Released April 3, 2017.
Genres: Suspense, historical, thrillers, adventure
SHORTLISTED FOR 2018 DAVITT AWARD
About the book:
Linda’s father is missing in Paris, and her only clue is the Jack of Spades card that was sent to their home in London. In the family code, ‘Jack of Spades’ means danger. But it is not her father’s handwriting on the envelope!
Setting out to look for him, Linda is soon whirled into a frightening world where nothing is as it seems. Who are the people following her? What was her father really doing in Paris? Who can she really trust? As she works against time to try and solve the mystery of her father’s disappearance with the help of some new friends, Linda begins to realise that she has stumbled into a dark and dangerous conspiracy which threatens the future of the whole world…
A gripping, original thriller for older readers by award-winning author Sophie Masson.
Also available in Dyslexic, Braille, Large Print and Daisy editions at Read How You Want.
About the author:
Born in Indonesia to French parents and brought up in Australia and France, Sophie Masson is the award-winning and internationally-published author of over 60 books, for children, young adults and adults.
Her work ranges over many genres, from historical to contemporary fiction, fantasy to thrillers, novels to picture books, as well as essays, short stories and poetry.
Author site: www.sophiemasson.org
Yvonne Low is a writer, illustrator and award-winning artist, who is inspired by
nature and loves to discover overlooked surprises in everyday life. She enjoys
playing with words and colours and exploring new ways to illuminate and
communicate. Her illustrations are whimsical, often have a dash of humour and
always try to tell a story. Yvonne works in pencil and watercolour and dabbles in acrylic, pastel, pen and ink and Chinese brush painting.
Yvonne’s work has featured in The School Magazine, she has illustrated for ABC
Commercial and her work can be seen at http://www.scbwi.org, http://www.thestylefile.com
and on her website http://www.yvonnelow.com.