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Where's My Girl? by Malcolm Saville
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Where's My Girl?

by Malcolm Saville

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19th in the Lone Pine adventure series for teenagers. In this story, the club go on holiday to an old house in Dartmoor that has been converted for guests. Gradually they realise that strange things are happening, and not everything is quite as it seems. Danger threatens, and then the two older girls go missing...

Exciting, fast-paced and well-written; seems a little dated now, but then it was written in the mid-1970s. I've always enjoyed these books and thoroughly enjoy re-reading them from time to time. ( )
  SueinCyprus | Jan 26, 2016 |
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"Here you are, love," Mrs. Ingles said smilingly to Jenny Harman, who had just cycled over to the farm from her home at Barton Beach.
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