Watts and Mycroft are back in another crime-fighting romance... and this time they may not make it out alive.
Rachel Watts is suffering from recurring nightmares about her near-death experience in London. She just wants to forget the whole ordeal, but her boyfriend, James Mycroft, is obsessed with piecing the puzzle together and anticipating the next move of the mysterious Mr Wild - his own personal Moriarty.
So when Rachel's brother, Mike, suggests a trip back to their old home in Five Mile, Rachel can't wait to get away. Unfortunately it's not the quiet weekend she was hoping for with the unexpected company of Mike's old school buddy, the wildly unreliable Harris Derwent.
Things get worse for Rachel when Harris returns to Melbourne with them - but could Harris be the only person who can help her move forward? Then a series of murders suggests that Mr Wild is still hot on their tails and that Mycroft has something Wild wants - something Wild is prepared to kill for.
Can Watts and Mycroft stay one step ahead of the smartest of all criminal masterminds? The stage is set for a showdown of legendary proportions.
Praise for Every Breath: A smart, contemporary take on a timely classic that is sure to please Sherlock aficionados of all ages. - Kirkus Reviews
Ellie Marney was born in Brisbane, and has lived in Indonesia, Singapore and India. Now she writes, teaches, talks about kid's literature at libraries and schools, and gardens when she can, while living in a country idyll (actually a very messy wooden house on ten acres with a dog and lots of chickens) near Castlemaine, in north-central Victoria. Her partner and four sons still love her, even though she often forgets things and lets the housework go.
Ellie's debut novel, Every Breath, was shortlisted for the Davitt Awards, the Ned Kelly Award and the Centre for Youth Literature's Gold Inky. Every Move is her third novel for young adults.
Young adult fiction
Short-listed Davitt Awards - Best Young Adult Novel 2016 AU
A & U Children
13 - 18
Young adult fiction