Connor’s Easter holiday is certain to be an exciting time. Not everybody gets to travel to Greece and Turkey on a cruise ship! From the minute Connor and his family arrive, however, bizarre things start to happen. He keeps seeing a a boy who looks almost exactly like him. After Connor’s ship ID card goes missing at the Parthenon, he begins to be accused of doing all sorts of things he hasn’t, like running up charges on an Internet account he’s not supposed to have – and his parents don’t seem to believe he’s innocent. Connor suspects that his Dopplganger might have something to do with it. But who is he and what are his motives?
Canadian writer Alison Lohans has written numerous books for children and young adults. She has previously contributed to the Nitty Gritty series with River Rat (NG3) and This Land We Call Home (NG2), which won the 2008 Saskatchewan Book Awards Young Adult award.
Alison has also twice won the Young Readers’ Choice Award for the South Saskatchewan Reading Council/Saskatchewan Writers Guild. Most of her books appear on the Canadian Children’s Book Centre “Our Choice”.