The Switch

The Switch While on an exchange visit to Paris a young teenager becomes an unexpected witness to a drugs raid English exchange student Lily holds the key to a serious crime incident at the local Bar Tabac Makin

  • Title: The Switch
  • Author: Catherine Condie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 417
  • Format: ebook
  • While on an exchange visit to Paris, a young teenager becomes an unexpected witness to a drugs raid English exchange student Lily holds the key to a serious crime incident at the local Bar Tabac Making her escape, she heads for the banks of the Seine But now she s not sure why and from whom she is running

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      Published :2019-01-08T15:03:04+00:00

    About “Catherine Condie

    • Catherine Condie

      Born in Cambridge, UK, Catherine Condie trained as a business linguist Her first job was in corporate communications and public relations, where she progressed as an in house writer and magazine editor in the science community She is also a singer songwriter and guitarist with a catalogue of ballads and folk pop, which she first performed in the Club Tent at the Cambridge Folk Festival at the age of 19 Catherine has been writing and publishing her children s fiction books since 2009.

    909 thoughts on “The Switch

    • From the first, The Switch has exciting momentum, evoking the Paris that Lily, a teenage exchange student from England, experiences. The infrequent switches to the French language are explained well in dialogue while the setting and characters emit the flavor of France.That’s in fast flow because Lily is caught up in a drug bust that involves the brother of her exchange friend, Pascale. Lily’s tourist camera catches some of the events, and while she suspects the boy’s step-father, a police [...]


    • I was hoping this was the sequel to Whirl of the Wheel, which I enjoyed. Instead, I got a story that wasn't nearly as well-written and very difficult to follow. The common theme was a total lack of resolution. Now I have two story lines that I wish I knew the end of. Awesome.



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