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With Jamie's help, Summerlee wins millions in a lottery and cuts all ties with the family. But, money can cause big trouble. When their younger sister is kidnapped for a ransom, Jamie thinks he can use game theory, the strategy of predicting an opponent's actions, to outfox the kidnapper and get Phoebe back. It's a very risky strategy. Game theory teaching notes from Allen and Unwin.

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It doesn't matter that Rosie is white and Nona is Aboriginal- their family connections tie them together for life. Born just five days apart in a remote corner of the Northern Territory, the girls are inseperable, until Nona moves away at the age of nine. By the time she returns, they're in Year 10 and things have changed.

Rosie has lost interest in the community, preferring to hang out in the nearby mining town, where she goes to school with the glamorous Selena, and Selena's gorgeous older brother Nick. When a political announcement highlights divisions between the Aboriginal community and the mining town, Rosie is put in a difficult position- will she be forced to choose between her first love and her oldest friend?

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In the middle of the night, Sam is woken by angry voices from the apartment above. He goes to the window to see what's happening - only to hear a struggle, and see a body fall from the sixth-floor balcony. Sam goes to wake his father, Harry, a crime reporter, but Harry is gone. And when Sam goes downstairs, the body is gone, too.

But someone has seen Sam, and knows what he's witnessed. The next twenty-four hours could be his last. Tristan Bancks talks Video about The fall. The fall teaching notes by Penguin. I have three months left to call Katie my older sister. Then the gap will close and I will pass her. I will get older. But Katie will always be fifteen, eleven months and twenty-one days old. Hannah's world is in pieces and she doesn't need the school counsellor to tell her she has deep-seated psychological issues. With a seriously depressed mum, an injured dad and a dead sister, who wouldn't have problems?

Hannah should feel terrible but for the first time in ages, she feels a glimmer of hope and isn't afraid anymore. Is it because the elusive Josh is taking an interest in her? Or does it run deeper than that? In a family torn apart by grief and guilt, one girl's struggle to come to terms with years of torment shows just how long old wounds can take to heal. The protected teaching notes from UQP. Clem Timmins has lost it all, her house, her possessions and her clothes.

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The secrets we keep teaching notes from UQP. Kirra's so-called friends bully her, her mother has taken to alcohol ever since her dad left them for another woman and, now, a teenage ghost is speaking to her through a broken phone booth. Kirra and the ghost make a pact. She'll prove who murdered him almost twenty years ago if he makes her popular, gets her parents back together, and promises not to haunt her.

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Soul Looks Back in Wonder. Save Queen of Sheba. Pigs Aplenty, Pigs Galore! Judith Byron Schachner and Judy Schachner. She is being forced to be the tv presence of the zoo, the PR person and the blog writer, and all she wants to do is be a Another really good read. She is being forced to be the tv presence of the zoo, the PR person and the blog writer, and all she wants to do is be a keeper, taking care of her animals. When the murderer starts aiming at her, she really feels the need to find the truth. She wants to return to her home and not live in her mother's place.

This book was requested on the trip and we finished it and my family was laughing at some of the things that happened and were "said. Jun 08, Irene Sauman rated it liked it. He appears to be modelled on Mick J. Crocodile Dundee but even our Mick didn't use the word 'sheila', or throw in every old slang word he could think of. And then to offer translations, presumably for her American readers.

You mustn't underestimate the intelligence of your readers to figure out what is meant by the context. It's still English after all. I didn't consider this as good as 'Anteater' and it could have done with a bit more editing. The chronology of events behind Teddy's reasoning towards the end didn't add up. Perhaps it was rushed out.

Dec 07, LibraryCin rated it really liked it Shelves: In the 2nd book in the series, zookeeper Theodora Teddy finds the body of a fellow zookeeper floating in the water beside her houseboat. I really enjoyed this. I love all the extra animal info that is shared throughout the book!

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I think I was actually more interested In the 2nd book in the series, zookeeper Theodora Teddy finds the body of a fellow zookeeper floating in the water beside her houseboat. I think I was actually more interested in things other than solving the mystery in this book, but I still really enjoyed it!

Nov 24, Theresa rated it liked it. All right, I liked this book, I did. Yes, I know the zoo keeper is from Australia, your mom wants you to date somebody other than the sheriff, the Zoo director doesn't like her job and the Rhino keeper has a heart of gold, no need to keep telling me that every time you bring that character into the story. I thought the book was well written, a great cozy mystery.

I am not interested in reading any of the others All right, I liked this book, I did. I am not interested in reading any of the others in this series because of the repetition. I really tried to get into this book but just couldn't. I did not care for the way she writes. She also had annoying habits like translating people and animals. Also I found an unusually high number of errors in this book. Oct 10, Marie rated it really liked it Shelves: Another charming addition to the Gunn Zoo cozy mystery series!

As I mentioned in my previous review, I found Llama of Death on the shelf at my library and decided I'd like to read it. A quick trip to www. I still LOVE that the main character is a redhead like me.

Teddy Bentley is spunky and spirited and caring and fun and hardworking Ha ha ha S Another charming addition to the Gunn Zoo cozy mystery series! Ha ha ha She works in a large private Zoo just outside of San Sebastian, CA, where she primarily services the giant anteater As the title promises, this volume features a small parade of Outback critters.

I love the way the koalas are described in such detail! I wonder if the author convinced a zoo to let her hold a koala so that she could describe it so well. I've never held one, but I definitely wouldn't say no if it was offered! In this book, Teddy is working behind the scenes to help her Sheriff boyfriend Joe solve the murders of two other liveaboarder neighbors. It took me forever to read this book only because I'm currently in a rather high-workload semester at school, so don't let my "Start" date and "Finish" date lead you to think that this was a terrible read.

I always looked forward to finishing my assigned-for-school reading and getting back to Gunn Zoo happenings. I often laughed out load at the hijinks and animals. This series won't be winning any literary prizes, but it's certainly a good way to spend an afternoon. Aug 07, Karen rated it really liked it Shelves: I enjoyed this second in a series about a fictional California zoo. Koala Kate is murdered and Teddy is forced to take over the morning TV show, the newsletter and the blog.

In the process we learn more about Kate and her relationships to the zoo staff, her ex boyfriends and her family. It is interesting to learn about the various animals Teddy is asked to take care of in this series. Almost all are endangered in the wild. We also learn about liveaboards in the harbor and their life style. As I am I enjoyed this second in a series about a fictional California zoo. As I am a packrat, I could never live as they do. The killer is not well telegraphed in this mystery.

So if that is your preference, I recommend this.

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If you like to try to figure out who the killer is, you may be a bit disappointed. I borrowed a copy of this from the public library as we have selected this series for our monthly reading group to discuss. Dec 04, Andrea rated it it was ok. I truly give it about 2. There were lots of errors throughout the book. I may have a poor vocabulary, but it seemed to me that the author was trying to make Teddy sound more sophisticated than she was.

I enjoyed the story itself. It kept me wanting to read. Nov 01, Lois Schmitt rated it really liked it. Good plot that is well paced. Interesting characters that you can't help like despite their human flaws. Zoo animals make it a fun read. Jul 29, Kacey rated it really liked it Shelves: All of her books see to follow the exact same plot but with using different characters. Nov 22, Letia rated it really liked it Shelves: May 23, Terri rated it liked it Shelves: A fun read centering around a privately-owned zoo with a zoo keeper who hangs out with millionaires and boat live-aboarders.

Nov 28, Jeff rated it really liked it Shelves: Reserving opinion until I read first book in the series, but has definite possibilities. Nov 21, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: Trouble is afoot for the keepers at Gunn Zoo. Teddy Bentley, one of the zoo keepers, finds one of her coworkers floating outside her houseboat. The corpse, Koala Kate, was the face of Gunn Zoo to locals because she appeared on a TV show and published a cute blog about life at the zoo. Police quickly arrest Outback Bill, another one of the keepers.

He insists on his innocence, and it appears Teddy is the only one that believes him. That is until there is another murder at Gunn Landing Harbor. This Trouble is afoot for the keepers at Gunn Zoo. This victim was a close friend of Kate, even though they seemed like an unlikely pair. Especially after two murders steps away from her boat. Kate had secrets and one of them must have something to do with her death. All of these elements plus a liberal sprinkling of kooky back up characters, both human and animal, make this a really fun book.

The mystery is a great whodunit. There are suspects and secrets both silly and scary. Scattered throughout are interesting facts about koalas and other zoo animals. This makes a perfect mix for a delightful read.