The Hand on the Wall
In her short time at Ellingham Academy, Stevie Bell has experienced a lot: blossoming friendships and a confusing romantic life, the mysterious deaths of two fellow students and her mentor, and the possibility that she may have just solved a decades-old mystery. As misfortunes keep piling up, Stevie can’t shake the feeling that the mysteries of the past and the circumstances of the present might be connected. Stevie juggles anxiety, family challenges, and romantic confusion as she works to uncover what happened decades ago and what’s going on now.
In this final book in the Truly Devious series, Maureen Johnson expertly balances the warmth and coziness of an idyllic, friend-filled Vermont boarding school with the bone-chilling thrill of murder and mystery. The Hand on the Wall has a richness of atmosphere and character that readers will want to savor but a plot that keeps the pages turning—readers will be eager to know the novel’s conclusion but will never want the book to end. Replete with intrigue, thoughtfulness, and depth, The Hand on the Wall is a mystery of the moment and for the ages.
|Katherine Tegen Books
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