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The 2022 Edgar Award Winner for Best Juvenile Mystery!
What if you had no name, no past, and no home?
Ivette. Joanna. And now: Katrina
Whatever her name is, it won’t last long. Katrina doesn’t know any of the details about her past, but she does know that she and her parents are part of the Witness Protection Program. Whenever her parents say they have to move on and start over, she takes on a new identity. A new name, a new hair color, a new story.
Until their location leaks and her parents disappear. Forced to embark on a dangerous rescue mission, Katrina and her new friend Parker set out to save her parents—and find out the truth about her secret past and the people that want her family dead.
But every new discovery reveals that Katrina's entire life has been built around secrets covered up with lies and that her parents were actually the ones keeping the biggest secret of all. Katrina must now decide if learning the whole truth is worth the price of losing everything she has ever believed about herself and her family.
About the Author
Christina Diaz Gonzalez is the Edgar Award-winning author of Concealed, Moving Target, The Red Umbrella and A Thunderous Whisper. She is the author of the graphic novel Invisible, with Gabriela Epstein. Her books have received numerous honors and recognitions including the Florida Book Award and the Nebraska Book Award. They have also been named the American Library Association's Best Fiction for Young Adults, a Notable Social Studies Trade Book for Young People, and the International Reading Association's Teachers' Choice. Learn more at christinagonzalez.com.
Praise for Concealed:
2022 Edgar Award Winner for Best Juvenile Mystery!
"A twisty thrill-ride that will leave you on the edge of your seat!" — Ally Carter, New York Times bestselling author of The Gallagher Girls series
"A masterful adventure with an authentic middle-grade voice about the power of identity and the journey to figure out who you really are." —Alyson Gerber, critically-acclaimed author of Taking Up Space
"A pitch-perfect, pulse-pounding adventure with unexpected twists." —James Ponti, New York Times bestselling author of City Spies
"An action-adventure perfect for today's middle grade reader: techy, twisty, and smart. Don't miss this one!" —Jake Burt, award-winning author of Greetings From Witness Protection
"Gripping. Brimming with knotty twists and eccentric turns." —Kirkus Reviews
"Katrina's fight for the truth makes for an entertaining read full of twists and intrigue." —Publishers Weekly
"This well-developed page turner will keep listeners on the edge of their seat." —School Library Journal (audiobook review)
"Gonzalez has written a gripping, fast-paced story full of twists and suspense. This will have readers guessing what is truth and what is a lie right until the very end. Hand to fans of Gordon Korman's Masterminds series." —Booklist
"Fast and furious." –– School Library Journal