"Fans of Pretty Little Liars and Ally Carter's Gallagher Girls will love Codename: Dancer....a must read for every girl who ever danced - or ever wanted to!"
--Gemma Halliday, award-winning author of "Deadly Cool" and "Spying in High Heels" --This text refers to the Kindle Edition edition.
As a little girl, Amanda Brice dreamed of being either a ballerina or the author of a mystery series featuring a cool crime-solving chick named Nancy Flew, but her father urged her to “do something practical,” so she went to law school and spent her days writing briefs and pleadings instead of fiction. But dance and writing have remained a part of her life. Amanda was a member of the ballroom dance team at Duke University, and continues this interest by her obsession with Dancing with the Stars, so it was only natural for her to set a teen mystery series at a dance school. Amanda is the Vice President of Washington Romance Writers, and is a two-time finalist for Romance Writers of America’s Golden Heart® Award. She blogs every other Wednesday with the Fictionistas and every other Friday with Killer Fiction. She is also a popular conference presenter, speaking on basic copyright and trademark law for writers. In her spare time, Amanda enjoys dancing, reading, cooking, traveling, and obsessing over whether Duke will beat Carolina in basketball. Go Devils! You can learn more at www.amandabrice.net.
I loved the book so much! I usually don't like mystery, but this was great! Perfect for teens and young adults!Published 15 months ago by Sydney Edelstein
I thought that this book had A LOT of mystery along with romance... I would definitely recommend this book for all teen girls! Read morePublished 17 months ago by fashion luver
This book is the best book I have ever read and its multiple times better with professional narration. I really recommend this book if you like mystery books and dance books!!Published 17 months ago by TOPSmom
I won a copy of this book in Elle Casey's January Anniversary Indie Book Giveaway. This was a fun little book, but I'm having some trouble reviewing it because although I read a... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alysa H.
I really wanted to like this book, especially since I used to dance ballet. But it was just alright for me. Read morePublished 19 months ago by heather
The level of English for a Gr 4 child (Afrikaans) is challenging but appropriate.
She is however quite fascinated by the story.
So overall it is a good read
Based on other reviews I had high hopes for this book but I found it too "thin" in terms of character development and plot development. It is NOT "Nancy Drew in toe shoes". Read morePublished 20 months ago by Anne C. Bingman Thomas
There was so much I wanted to like about this book. It's about ballet! It's a mystery! What a great combination. The writing was good and the mystery was fine. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LH422
This book was a lot of fun! It was a perfect example of YA done right. It was a fast, light read with a good mystery and an even better message. Read morePublished on July 6, 2013 by Kelli of I'd So Rather Be Reading