Dark Waters by Catherine MacPhail

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Col McCann is used to being in trouble. It is always the McCann family, in particular Mungo, Col's brother, that the police think of first when trouble comes to their town. But when Col saves a boy from drowning in a nearby loch and discovers what it is like to be a local hero, his loyalty to his trouble family wavers. Beyond that, Col has seen something underwater in the loch, something that is still submerged in his memory. When it resurfaces, Col is led to a devastating truth about his brother. His loyalty to family and his need to do what is right collide as he races to uncover Mungo's darkest secret yet. A fast paced novel set in the fascinating and mysterious land of the Scottish lochs.

About Catherine MacPhail

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Catherine MacPhail is the author of Missing, among many other well-received novels. Missing has already been shortlisted for several awards in the UK, and published in the U. S. in November 2002. Catherine lives in Scotland.
Published September 2, 2002 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 192 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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