Teenage cousins Will and Michael think they have little in common. One loves sports; the other buries his head in books. One lives in a high-rise in Chicago; the other lives in a house in Seattle. But when both of their families vacation together on an island in British Columbia, one summer, the youths discover shared interests–exploring, kayaking, and hiking, as well as forever trying to fill never-satisfied stomachs.
An unsolved crime wave on their otherwise peaceful Quadra Island sets the two teenage minds–and then the youths, themselves–a wandering. With friendship forming and adventure calling, they explore the waters and islands around them. Too soon, innocent explorations turn into a dangerous uncovering when Will and Michael happen upon a hideaway.
Unwilling to staunch their curiosity, the two continue finding more than they had bargained for.
In A Case of Lunar Larceny, Bruce Bradburn transports the reader into the natural beauty of Quadra and the other Discovery Islands, adding touches of history along the way. The teens’ adventures will capture readers of all ages–and then send them planning a trip of their own to the islands of British Columbia.