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Annie's Attic Mysteries #14: The Stolen Canvas (HC/DJ)
Tara Frasier, orphaned daughter of a friend of Annie Dawson's grandmother, has returned to Stony Pointe, Maine. Mysteriously so has Jem Carson, long-lost brother of Wally Carson. What is the connection?
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VERY GOOD: The binding on this book is extremely tight, almost to the point that it may not have been read. The previous owner has written the number of the book in the series behind the front flap, but this does not take away from the excellent condition of the book.
Annie Dawson’s grandmother had befriended Tara Frasier’s mother up until the time of her death. Upon her return to Stony Pointe, Tara seeks out the current owner of Grey Gables for assistance in finding a place to stay. Although Tara’s past is checkered at best, Annie provides her with assistance and even finds her a job. The question still remains as to why Tara has returned after all these years.
- Chase, Marlene
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- Hardcover, Dust Jacket
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- Young Adult
- Annie’s Attic Mysteries
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