A story about peer pressure, being a teenager and a runaway discovering the secrets of her family and friends. Sixteen-year-old Fiona Watson runs away from home, oblivious to the dangers outside. As she battles with her identity, she must cope with her huge mistakes… or risk being ruined forever.
Samiksha Bhattacharjee is a fourteen-year-old British author. She started writing ‘Legal Crime’ when she was seven and hopes to inspire other children to start creative writing too. She also enjoys acting, singing, drawing and talking (a lot). ‘Legal Crime’ was published when she was thirteen.
‘This book has much to offer.’ Reedsy Discovery
‘A lovely tale of friendship draped in an adventure story, with the theme clearly about identity.’ Whispering Stories
‘This complex coming-of-age story blends modern life with a hint of Romeo and Juliet and is a courageous debut by a young author.’ Mary Lanni
‘(The author) has managed to encapsulate the teen psyche without it veering towards the stereotypical tropes that many adult writers rely upon.’ If These Books Could Talk
‘I could picture the characters and visualise the story… (she) ties up the ends of this story beautifully, which I found to be very enjoyable.’ Betanda Shanam
‘(The) descriptions were well-written and had the ability to send a vivid image of each scene into my mind.’ the.b00kreader