Author(s): Ken Catran
Mike Conners is a competitive, up-himself teenager who tells his story in the present tense and first person, as though talking to a tape recorder. Mike's parents died in an accident a year ago and he lives with his aunt, a business woman who doesn't have much time for him. When Mike witnesses a serial killing, he is next on the list...
Shortlisted for New Zealand Post Children's Book Award: Senior Fiction 2001.
Ken Catran is a high-profile screen writer and young adult author. He has written almost thirty highly successful television dramas and series, and won three 'Best Drama Scripts' awards. His 1986 TV series, Hanlon, was a finalist in the US Emmy Awards. He has published 18 young adult novels.