Bringing Mysteries Alive for Children and Young Adults

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Gilbert’s metaphorical language has won for him much praise. Michael Dunne Updated by Fiona Kelleghan. no. Linley himself is a round character with weaknesses. In the Wickwire series Eberhart seems to have been able to allow more of her own keen sense of humor and eye for the foibles of humanity to come through, and the result is that Mr. John Schuck's character was promoted to Lieutenant, but he'd become so popular that there were rumbles that he might quit.

Pages: 144

Publisher: Linworth; annotated edition edition (January 1, 2004)

ISBN: 1586830120

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