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"Grace is a spunky, independent, nature girl who doesn't need a boy to save her. With wilderness survival, a juicy love triangle, and more twists and turns than a roller coaster, this fast-paced novel had me holding my breath until the very last page!" - Kimberly Derting (author of the popular Body Finder series) 


2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist  - Judge Review:

"This story starts out with a bang...and had the ring of a young person's style and intensity. Authentic representation of ...action. Original in premise and style, and good use of background...Good story!" 
Sue Grafton, author of bestselling Kinsey Milhone series


"This thrilling story is a dramatic entanglement of mystery, deception and teen romance.  The action flows like a brisk mountain stream interspersed with rapids, holding suspense to last page."- Kirkus Review 


2009 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist  - Judge Review:
"This murder mystery features a teenaged heroine... The prose is very descriptive...and the dialogue is genuine. The setting of small town ...and surrounding woods is appealing. The story moves along at a brisk clip..."Sue Monk Kidd, author of Secret Life of Bees 


"Johannes has done a marvelous job of creating a suspense-filled mystery with surprises that keep you guessing all the way to the end. Untraceable is a thoroughly engrossing and riveting page-turner." - Indie Reader
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   Told in first person, Untraceable by S. R. Johannes follows a girl with plenty of backcountry knowledge as she tries to find some trace of her missing father. Refusing to accept his death, she’s made herself the bane of school, psychologists, local cops and even her best friend Wyn, but Grace is not one to give up easily. Chapter headings remind her, and the reader, of the skills she’ll need (and sometimes forgets). A fine motorbike called Lucifer carries her deep into hidden …
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