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The Truth Lies Here
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Klingele, Lindsey

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Stranger Things meets Men in Black in this funny and eerie young adult novel.

WHAT'S GOING ON IN BONE LAKE? THE TRUTH WILL SURPRISE YOU.

In small town Michigan, Penny Hardjoy, an aspiring journalist, teams up with the nerdy boy next door and the town's star quarterback to find her conspiracy theorist father after he goes missing and several other people turn up dead in the woods.

The deeper she digs, the weirder things start to get. Townspeople repeat the same phrases-verbatim. Men in black suits stroll around Main Street. Chunks of Penny's memory go missing.

Pretty soon, her research leads her to the long-ago meteorite crash in Bone Lake's woods, and she's going to have to reconsider her definition of "real" if she wants answers. . . .
"Klingele's spooky, sci-fi-tinged mystery reads like a YA X-Files in the best possible way." Booklist

Über den Autor



Lindsey Klingele, author of The Marked Girl and its sequel, The Broken World, as well as The Truth Lies Here, was raised in Michigan and now lives in Los Angeles. She has worked in television, in addition to writing YA novels. You can visit her online at www.lindseyklingele.com.


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Stranger Things meets Men in Black in this funny and eerie young adult novel.

WHAT'S GOING ON IN BONE LAKE? THE TRUTH WILL SURPRISE YOU.

In small town Michigan, Penny Hardjoy, an aspiring journalist, teams up with the nerdy boy next door and the town's star quarterback to find her conspiracy theorist father after he goes missing and several other people turn up dead in the woods.

The deeper she digs, the weirder things start to get. Townspeople repeat the same phrases—verbatim. Men in black suits stroll around Main Street. Chunks of Penny's memory go missing.

Pretty soon, her research leads her to the long-ago meteorite crash in Bone Lake's woods, and she's going to have to reconsider her definition of "real” if she wants answers. . . .