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Rag Doll in the Attic (Annie's Attic Mysteries) (2011)

by Jan Fields

Other authors: Stenhouse & Associates (Series creator), Janice Tate (Series editor), Ken Tate (Series editor)

Series: Annie's Attic Mysteries (7)

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"Join Annie Dawson and the members of the Hook and Needle Club of Stony Point, Maine, as they track down mysteries connected with the contents found in the attic of Annie's ancestral home, Grey Gables. There will be danger, adventures and heartwarming discoveries in the secrets Annie unearths--secrets about her own family as well as the townspeople of this charming seacoast town in central Maine. Let the good people of Stony Point warm your heart and the mysteries of Annie's Attic keep you on the edge of your seat"--Publisher's description.… (more)

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From Annie's Attic Mysteries; continued story line in each book though written by different authors. Easy relaxing reading even though solving a mystery. ( )
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Jan Fieldsprimary authorall editionscalculated
Stenhouse & AssociatesSeries creatorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Tate, JaniceSeries editorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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The calendar claims it's still summer in Maine, but a cold wind blows up from the water and tosses the hair of the three young girls hurrying along the dirt road.
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