Monday, September 11, 2006

Deadly Drive

This is a sports story by David Patneaude. Casey Wilde wants to be a basketball player. She was injured in a hit and run accident that took her mother’s life. Every year about the time of her mother’s death, Casey gets an envelope of money that is from some anonymous donor. As the story begins, a new neighbor, Autumn Hopkins moves in. She is also passionate about basketball. This friendship leads to Casey playing on an AAU team with Autumn and Autumn’s father as one of the coaches. Casey also has another neighbor, Megan, who has given Casey support since her mother’s death. The novel lets the readers see Casey develop as a basketball player and a young woman, and it continues with the mystery of the envelopes of money.


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