Last Chance : A Robyn Hunter Mystery

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Nick planted himself in my path. 'Hey,' he said. 'It's been bugging me since the first day, but now I know who you are.' His purple-blue eyes were as hard as amethyst. 'You're the girl who turned me in.'
Robyn's scared of dogs like, really scared. But she agrees to spend her summer working at an animal shelter anyway. (It's a long story.) Robyn soon discovers that many juvenile offenders also volunteer at the shelter--including Nick D'Angelo, a boy from Robyn's past. A boy she hoped to never see again.

Nick has a talent for getting into trouble, but after his latest arrest, Robyn suspects that he just might be innocent. And she sets out to prove it....

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Norah McClintock is the author of several YA mystery series including Robyn Hunter, Chloe & Levesque, and Mike & Riel. She is a five-time winner of the Crime Writers of Canada's Arthur Ellis Award for Best Juvenile Crime Novel. McClintock was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. She lives in Toronto with her husband and children.

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