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Caught in the Act

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Dylan and his friends attract the attention of the police when a summer bonfire gets out of control. Dylan almost loses a job opportunity at a local inn because of his antics, but he is saved by the lies of Heather, an employee of the inn. When he is caught on camera stealing towels from a summer cottage after a skinny-dipping prank, Dylan and his friends become suspects in a number of cottage robberies. Dylan learns everything he can about the robberies, with the hope of clearing his name, and finds himself in more than one sticky situation in the process.
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Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication
Loughead, Deb, 1955 Caught in the act [electronic resource] / Deb Loughead.
Electronic monograph. Issued also in print format. isbn 9781459804975 (pdf).isbn 9781459804982 (epub)
I. Title. ps8573.o8633c38 2013jc813’.54 c20139019227
First published in the United States,2013 Library of Congress Control Number:2013935384
Summary:Dylan is the suspect in robberies in a nearby cottage community.
Orca Book Publishers gratefully acknowledges the support for its publishing programs provided by the following agencies: the Government of Canada through the Canada Book Fund and the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council and the Book Publishing Tax Credit.
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“Dylan, you ready for this?” My friend Cory was breathless on the other end of the line. We’d been waiting for this day all month. It was the sweetest day of the entire summer, the îrst ofîcial day of summer vacation. “I’ve been totally pumped for the past week, buddy! Ready and waiting.”
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“I’ll meet you at the site. We’re lighting it at three o’clock sharp,” Cory told me. “Sweet,” I said. It was the same time school let out every day. “Startof another awesome summer! See ya over there, Cory.” I tried not to hear my mom’s voice saying,Dylan, maybe it’s time for you to think about getting a job, to start paying for your own stuff and helping out around here a little bit. I felt like sticking my îngers in my ears whenever she brought it up, but that would only make her mad. Jeez, I was still îfteen for a few more months. Couldn’t a guy have at least one summer of freedom before being permanently chainedto a job? At that moment, the job thing wasn’t a high priority. All I could think about was getting out and having some fun. And doing the Great Paper Blaze,
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a three-year tradition now. It was the perfect name for a schoolwork funeral pyre. I already had my backpack stuffed. I could hardly wait to watch it allgo up in smoke. I grabbed my backpack from my room and headed for the door. Only one escape route from our apartment, which meantI had to get past Gran without her asking me questions. That was never easy. I had my hand on the doorknob. I turned it. I thought I was in the clear. Then I heard her clear her throat from where she was sitting on the sofa, watching her favorite program, The Weather Channel, and knitting socksas usual. “Where you off to with that back-pack, Dylan? I thought school was done already. Yesterday, wasn’t it?” I swear she can see in every direction at the same time. “Yep,” I said, without looking at her. But I could practically
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