The follow up to the bestselling Looking for JJ.
In Finding Jennifer Jones Kate makes a fresh start and tries hard to put her past behind her.
Kate Rickman seems just like any other nineteen-year-old girl. She goes to university, she dates nice, normal boys and she works in her local tourist office at the weekend. But Kate's not really normal at all. 'Kate' is in fact a carefully constructed facade for a girl called Jennifer Jones - and it's a facade that's crumbling fast. Jennifer has spent the last nine years frantically trying to escape from her horrifying past. Increasingly desperate, Jennifer decides to do something drastic. She contacts the only other girl who might understand what she's dealing with, breaking every rule of her parole along the way. Lucy Bussell is the last person Jennifer expects any sympathy from, but she's also the last person she has left. Finding Jennifer Jones is the powerful sequel to the highly acclaimed, Carnegie Medal nominated Looking for JJ. It is a tense, emotional thriller about guilt, running away and wondering if you can ever truly know yourself.
About the Author
Anne Cassidy was born in London in 1952, and worked for some years as a teacher, before becoming a full-time writer. She specializes in crime stories and thrillers for teenagers, and has written a series of East End Murder books.
Her books also include Missing Judy (2002), the story of Kim, whose sister Judy has been missing for six years, and Looking for JJ (2004). JJ is Jennifer Jones, a girl who is released after serving a sentence for manslaughter for a crime she committed when she was ten years old. This book was shortlisted for the 2004 Whitbread Children's Book Award and won the Booktrust Teenage Prize.
Two of her most recent books are Innocent (2006) and The Story of my Life (2007), the story of Kevin, a teenage boy who is drawn into crime.
Series: Jennifer Jones #2
Audience: Teenager / Young Adult
For Ages: 12+ years old
Format: MP3 CD
Published: 1st March 2014
Dimensions (cm): 12.2 x 13.2
Weight (kg): 0.07
Edition Type: Unabridged