The Night She DisappearedBook - 2012
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229p. (Gr. 10+) Told from various viewpoints, Gabie and Drew set out to prove that their missing co-worker Kayla is not dead, and to find her before she is, while the police search for her body and the man who abducted her.
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When I saw the red Taurus with the lightened sign for "Pete's Pizza" on top, instead of the black mini cooper, I knew something had gone awry. I should have driven away. I would have taken time, but I could have found a new isolated location where I could phone in a fake address on another Wednesday night.
I WAKE UP. At least I think I'm awake. Maybe I'm dead. It's completely black. The right side of my head throbs. I must be alive. The dead don't feel pain, do they? Finally, after five minutes or maybe an hour, I push myself up. Big mistake. The side of my head is stuck to whatever I was lying on. By the time I figure that out, it's too late. The pain make me shriek. It's like someone just tried to scalp me. I keep shrieking, only now I find words. "Help me! Somebody help me! I'm hurt!"
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One regular night, a girl delivers a pizza to a fake address and is captured as a prisoner by accident. Someone else was supposed to be in her place. Someone else was supposed to be lured away. Someone else was supposed to die. Or not. And that person was me: Gabriella Klug. Read the book to find out *WHO* wanted me, *WHO* was hunting, and *WHO* tried to kill Kayla Cutler. Is he still out there?
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