Edgar Award nominee for Best Juvenile Mystery
Endangered is a thrilling page-turner perfect for fans of Barry Lyga’s I Hunt Killers, from acclaimed author Lamar Giles, author of the Edgar Award–nominated Fake ID.
The one secret she cares about keeping—her identity—is about to be exposed. That is, unless Lauren “Panda” Daniels—an anonymous photo blogger who specializes in busting classmates and teachers in compromising positions—plays along with her blackmailer’s little game of Dare or . . . Dare.
But when the game turns deadly, Panda doesn’t know what to do. And she may need to step out of the shadows to save herself . . . and everyone else on the Admirer’s hit list.
About the Author
Lamar "L. R." Giles writes stories for teens and adults. He's never met a genre he didn't like, having penned science fiction, fantasy, horror, and noir thrillers, among others. He is a Virginia native, a Hopewell High Blue Devil, and an Old Dominion University Monarch. He resides in Chesapeake, Virginia, with his wife.
“A dynamic, dangerously suspenseful, contemporary adventure that also leaves room for introspective soul-searching.”
— School Library Journal
“Suspenseful and often wise.”
— Kirkus Reviews
“[The] exploration of good and evil, justice and culpability, and anger and guilt gives this psychological thriller the thematic and emotional depth to match its full-throttle plot. A strong choice for lovers of suspense.”
— Horn Book Magazine
“Giles (Fake ID) crafts an unpredictable psychological thriller...a timely and unsettling story...The novel’s strength rests in its underlying moral complexity.”
— Publishers Weekly
“Giles writes a fast-paced, gripping suspense novel with an engaging whodunit mystery...a good choice for reluctant readers and fans of strong female heroines.”
— Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
“Fans of Giles’ Fake I.D. will be overjoyed to find his debut success was no fluke. This title delivers another skillfully devised plot, supported by a fully fleshed cast.”
— Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books (starred review)