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Black Mirror by Nancy Werlin
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Frances Leventhal's brother Daniel has committed suicide at the exclusive Pettengill School. But there is more to his death than meets the eye...16-year-old Frances Leventhal, half Japanese, half Jewish American, can't bear to look at herself in the mirror. She has hidden from herself and everyone around her for years, and now that her brother Daniel has committed suicide by taking a massive heroine overdose, she can't help thinking that it's all her fault. If she hadn't been so caught up in her own insecurities, maybe she would have noticed her brother's pain. It's time to stop hiding -- to reach out to Daniel's friends at their private school, where they were both scholarship pupils. Daniel had been deeply involved in Unity Service, the charitable group famed across the country for its work through schools, and Frances is determined to join the group and somehow make amends. But something's not right about Unity, and soon Frances finds herself in the middle of a puzzle too ominous to ignore. Exactly what are the Unity members trying to conceal? This time, Francis isn't hiding. The memory of her brother is at stake.

Author Biography

Nancy Werlin was born and grew up in Massachusetts and now lives in South Boston. Since receiving her bachelor's degree from Yale College, she has worked as a technical writer in the field of computer software. She was named a Publisher's Weekly Flying Start author for her first book, "Are You Alone on Purpose?", which was selcted as an ALA Quick Pick. Her first young adult novel, The Killer's Cousin, won the Edgar Allan Poe Award.
Release date NZ
November 3rd, 2003
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
HarperCollins
Pages
240
Dimensions
129x198x14
ISBN-13
9780007141685
Product ID
1641012

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