Shadows in the ice / Des Hunt.

By: Hunt, Des, 1941- [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : HarperCollins, 2007Description: 224 p. ; 20 cmISBN: 9781869506735 (pbk.) :Subject(s): Fox Glacier (N.Z.) -- Fiction | Adventure and adventurers -- Fiction | New Zealand -- Fiction. -- FictionGenre/Form: Children's stories, New Zealand. | Detective and mystery stories. DDC classification: NZ823.3 Review: "When something falls into the ice, it takes seven years to reappear. As it comes closer you can see its shadow in the ice. Seven years ago, a hunter was killed in a tragic accident. His body disappeared, some say into the ice, while some wonder if it was an accident. When Tony Hogan-White arrives in the tiny township of Fox Glacier, it isn't long before the stories surface about his odd new friend and his wacky kea. They draw him in, into mystery, adventure and into danger. But this time Tony is on his own, and it's not long before he starts to wonder if this time he's in too deep. Suggested level: intermediate, secondary."
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Sequel to: Frog Whistle Mine.

"When something falls into the ice, it takes seven years to reappear. As it comes closer you can see its shadow in the ice. Seven years ago, a hunter was killed in a tragic accident. His body disappeared, some say into the ice, while some wonder if it was an accident. When Tony Hogan-White arrives in the tiny township of Fox Glacier, it isn't long before the stories surface about his odd new friend and his wacky kea. They draw him in, into mystery, adventure and into danger. But this time Tony is on his own, and it's not long before he starts to wonder if this time he's in too deep. Suggested level: intermediate, secondary."

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