Nancy Keane's Booktalks -- Quick and Simple
 
Rottman, S. L. 
SHADOW OF A DOUBT
Atlanta : Peachtree, 2003.
IL YA
ISBN 1561452912
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ďBeing classified as a stoner or a troublemaker simply because I wore all black was a pet peeve of mine.Ē Just because my name is Shadow doesnít mean you can judge me. I am enrolled in trig and I compete on the debate team, but my parents are still afraid. Why? My brother ran away at 15, my age now. We havenít seen him in 7 years and when he did call, it was from a jail cell. He had been arrested for murder. Did he do it? I donít know. Can I forgive him for running away? I donít know that either. Read Shadow of a Doubt to find out if Shadow can come out of the darkness of his brotherís disappearance, murder trial and find himself. (Prepared by: Charlene Zehner, SCASL Young Adult Book Awards)
SUBJECTS:     Brothers -- Fiction.
                        Family problems -- Fiction.
                        Forensics (Public speaking) -- Fiction.
                        High schools -- Fiction.
                        Schools -- Fiction.
                        Runaways -- Fiction.
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