INSIDE THE TIGER

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It's not because Bel's mother was murdered. It's not because her father is a politician. Bel writes to a Death Row prisoner as an easy way out of an assignment. But now he's written back. Drawn to Micah's world inside a Thai ...

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  • ISBN: 9780143788959
  • Author: Hayley Lawrence
  • Publication Date: 2019
  • Publisher: Penguin Group Australia
  • Product Type: Novel
  • Format: Paperback
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INSIDE THE TIGER

It's not because Bel's mother was murdered.
It's not because her father is a politician.
Bel writes to a Death Row prisoner as an easy way out of an assignment.

But now he's written back. Drawn to Micah's world inside a Thai prison, she finds herself falling for the boy with ragged hair, shackles and a terrible past. Will Bel lose him too? And could it mean losing the people who mean the most to her at home?
Whatever happens, none of them will ever be the same . . .

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