Storm Catchers by Tim Bowler

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"Tell a soul and she's dead. We'll be in touch."

The kidnap shocks the whole family. Ella has been snatched away from the house in the middle of a storm. Her brother Fin will never forgive himself for leaving her on her own. And now Sam, their little brother, has gone wandering on the cliff to "catch the storm" as it blows out to sea.
As the kidnapper's plans unfold, all the members of the family are forced to confront their deepest, darkest secrets. Fin comes to realize that Ella is not the only victim and that the real villain may be closer to home than anyone thought.
A new storm is breaking on the horizon. And it's going to change everything....
 

About Tim Bowler

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Tim Bowler was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, England, and lived for many years in a house overlooking the Thames Estuary, where his first novel, Midget, was set. Since leaving college, where he received an advanced degree in Swedish and Scandinavian studies, he has worked in a variety of fields including forestry and the timber trade and as a teacher of modern languages. He now works as a freelance writer and translator of Scandinavian languages and lives in Devon, England. His third novel, River Boy, won the Carnegie Medal in 1998. Readers can visit Tim Bowler's Web site at www.timbowler.co.uk.
 
Published June 30, 2001 by Oxford University Press. 160 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Education & Reference. Fiction

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From the chilling opening, when Emma, 13, is kidnapped, to the stormy conclusion, this ominous story will keep readers guessing.

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In the riveting opening scene of this novel set in a small seaside town, Ella Parnell is kidnapped, and a vicious ransom note is left for her family. Guilt weighs heavily on older brother Fin, who

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