Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sketchy Behavior: A Review

When Kate Carter's high school art teacher assigns the class to draw a picture based on a verbal description, no one could predict that Kate's drawing would help the police find a killer. Even though the killer is caught, Kate is thrown into the spotlight as a hero and as a target for the killer's partner.

While this book is different from Mangum's usual book, it's a fun read. I love suspense books, and I really enjoyed Mangum's light-hearted approach to a mystery. Kate is a great character, and I loved her relationship with her parents (who are as different as night and day) and her outlook as she went to church for the first time (hilarious scene).

Fans of YA will enjoy this book that is a perfect balance of funny and thrilling. I hope there is a sequel!

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