The House Across the Cove by Barbara Hall
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Tyler is nearly shot and then disappears when he goes to investigate an empty house. His girlfriend Abby sets out to find him in the face of her wealthy family who disapprove of Tyler. Her discoveries lead her to the house across the cove, used as a centre for drug smuggling by her own aunt.

About Barbara Hall

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In addition to "Judging Amy" and "Joan of Arcadia," Barbara Hall has written for the television series "Northern Exposure, I'll Fly Away, Moonlighting," and "Hill Street Blues," among others. She is also the author of eight previous novels, five of them for young adults. She lives in Los Angeles.
Published October 1, 1995 by Dell Pub Co. 272 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After Tyler notices lights in an unoccupied house across the water, he and Abby become involved in a dangerous adventure that leads to Tyler's abduction, the murder of a writer and the discovery of secrets kept hidden by Abby's wealthy aunt.

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