Series: Treasure quest books

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Colorado Gold (Treasure Quest Series #1) by Marian Wells1
Out of the Crucible (Treasure Quest Series #2) by Marian Wells2
The Silver Highway (Treasure Quest Series #3) by Marian Wells3

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  1. Jewel of Promise (Treasure Quest Series #4) by Marian Wells (1990)
  2. The Wounded Yankee by Gilbert Morris (1991)
  3. My Father's World by Michael Phillips (1990)
  4. Love Leads Home by June Masters Bacher (1984)
  5. The Wishing Star (The Starlight Trilogy, Book 1) by Marian Wells (1985)
  6. With This Ring by Marian Wells (1984)
  7. Seasons of Love by June Masters Bacher (1986)
  8. The Stars for a Light by Lynn Morris (1994)
  9. Heart of the Lonely Exile by B. J. Hoff (1991)
  10. Gates of Zion (Zion Chronicles, Bk. 1.) by Bodie Thoene (1986)
  11. The Meeting Place by T. Davis Bunn (1999)
  12. The Man from Shadow Ridge (Saga of the Sierras) by Brock Thoene (1990)
  13. Tomorrow's Dream by Janette Oke (1998)
  14. Once Upon a Summer by Janette Oke (1981)
  15. In My Father's House by Bodie Thoene (1992)

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