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Moon Window

Curry, Jane
I wish I knew more about writing so I could figure out why the second half of the story didn't work for me, but I don't and it didn't. Anyway, a young girl is sent to stay with a relative in a strange old stone house in New Hampshire while her mother is on her honeymoon with her new husband. Charming jacket illustration.

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6/2012

The Watsons Go To Birmingham--1963

Curtis, Christopher Paul
A family goes to Birmingham. Good story.

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12/1999

It's not news, it's FARK

Curtis, Drew
Analysis of the Mass Media, with applicable Best Of FARK comments. I did not find it "drop-dead hysterically funny", but it was interesting.

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6/2007

Matilda Bone

Cushman, Karen
A journey of self-realization for a medieval girl. Interesting insight into health care way back then. Yikes!

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11/2008

Rodzina

Cushman, Karen
Enjoyable story of orphan train girl Rodzina traveling west.

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12/2003

The Midwife's Apprenctice

Cushman, Karen
An abandoned girl-child makes her way in medieval England, becoming the ill-used apprentice to a village midwife. Didn't see that coming, did you?

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8/2011

Cyclops

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt looks for a golden statue in Cuba. Has a blimp in the story.

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4/2000

Deep Six

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt, Soviet mind-control of the president, sunken ships, it's all here!

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5/2000

Dragon

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt races to stop a Japanese madman from exploding cars with atomic bombs in them!

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5/2000

Flood Tide

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt stems the flow of illegal Chinese immigrants. Recommended by Kelly.

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3/2000

Iceberg

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt finds a ship frozen in an iceberg. Kind of average, I thought.

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5/2000

Inca Gold

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt and a band of one-dimensional characters search for hidden treasure. Rousing Adventure.

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Then and there he vowed never to complain or make jokes about bologna sandwiches ever again.

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4/2000

Nightprobe!

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches for a lost train.

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6/2000

Raise The Titanic!

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt raises, well, the Titanic!

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6/2000

Sahara

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches the Niger River for the source of mutagion of a red tide.

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5/2000

Shock Wave

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt searches for the source of a killing sound wave. .

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5/2000

The Mediterranean Caper

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt handles a Nazi on a Greek isle. I think I already read this. Ought to put this list in author order, maybe!

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4/2000

The Sea Hunters

Cussler, Clive
Relates the real adventures of NUMA serching for lost shipwrecks, including the Hunley. .

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8/2000

Treasure

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt find the lost Alexandria library horde! AND stop Egypt and Mexico from being taken over by terrorists!

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5/2000

Valhalla Rising

Cussler, Clive
Dirk Pitt chases around after rune stones, Jules Verne's submarine, and arrogant killer korporations.

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11/2001
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[Abadzis - Alcott] [Alcott - Anderson] [Andreae - Atkinson] [Atkinson - Balf] [Ballard - Barnard] [Barnard - Barnes] [Barnhill - Barr] [Barr - Bear] [Bear - Beaton] [Beaton - Beaton] [Beattie - Bivald] [Black - Block] [Block - Bonham] [Borchert - Brenaman] [Brennert - Bryson] [Bryson - Bujold] [Bujold - Cannell] [Cannell - Card] [Card - Caunitz] [Caunitz - Choldenko] [Choldenko - Clarke] [Clarke - Cody] [Cody - Colfer] [Colfer - Connelly] [Connelly - Constantine] [Constantine - Corbett] [Corcoran - Crais] [Crais - Crichton] [Crichton - Curry] [Curry - Cussler] [Cussler - Dean] [Deaver - Dixon] [Dixon - Dowell] [Dozois - DuPrau] [Durham - Emerson] [Emerson - Evanovich] [Evans - Farmer] [Farmer - Fitzhugh] [Flanagan - Flinn] [Flint - Foster] [Foster - Francis] [Francis - Francis] [Francis - Freedman] [Freedman - Gaiman] [Galli - Gerber] [Gibbons - Gores] [Gores - Granger] [Granger - Greenfield] [Greenlaw - Grimes] [Grimes - Haddix] [Haddix - Hall] [Hall - Hallinan] [Hallinan - Hautman] [Hautman - Heinlein] [Heinlein - Heller] [Heller - Herman] [Herman - Hess] [Hesse - Higgins] [Highsmith - Hobb] [Hobb - Hosseini.] [Howe - Iversen] [Ives - Johnson] [Johnson - Kaminsky] [Kaminsky - Kellog] [Kellog - King] [King - Klise] [Knight - Kraus] [Krueger - Larson] [Larson - Leckie] [Leckie - Leonard] [Lescroart - Lichtman] [Liebster - Lowry] [Lowry - Lynch] [MacAvoy - Mankell] [Mankell - Martine] [Martine - Matas] [Matthews - McCall Smith] [McCall Smith - McCrumb] [McCullers - Meluch] [Meluch - Moffett] [Monninger - Moon] [Moore - Muir] [Muir - Nicholson] [Nimmo - Norton] [Novik - O'Brian] [O'Brian - Oliver] [Oppel - Paretsky] [Paretsky - Parker] [Parker - Parker] [Parker - Patterson] [Patterson - Pears] [Pears - Perry] [Perry - Pohl] [Pope - Poyer] [Poyer - Pratchett] [Pratchett - Pronzini] [Pronzini - Pullman] [Pullman - Reeve] [Reeve - Riggs] [Ringo - Robinson] [Robinson - Rowling] [Rubens - Saberhage] [Saberhagen - Scalzi] [Scalzi - Scieszka] [Scithers - Scottoline] [Scottoline - Sheinkin] [Sheinkin - Simak] [Singer - Sneider] [Snelling - Standiford] [Stanhope - Stephenson] [Stephenson - Stross] [Stross - Swee] [Sweeney - Tepper] [Thompson - Turtledove] [Turtledove - Van Draanen] [Van Draanen - Varley] [Veglahn - Watts] [Webster - Werlin] [West - Westlake] [Westlake - Winchester] [Winchester - Woods] [Wouk - Zusak] 

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