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The Name of the Game Was Murder by Joan Lowery Nixon (1994, Paperback)

The Name of the Game Was Murder by Joan Lowery Nixon (1994, Paperback)

The Name of the Game Was Murder by Joan Lowery Nixon another author that i can rely on for a great mystery. My first read by this author, another favorite of mine is The Other Side of the Dark.

Family Home Evenings and more....: Teaching Kids About Sex From a Gospel Perspective (FHE Lesson)

Family Home Evenings and more....: Teaching Kids About Sex From a Gospel Perspective (FHE Lesson)

Joan Lowery Nixon - The Dark and Deadly Pool...This is one i HAVEN'T read lol

Joan Lowery Nixon - The Dark and Deadly Pool...This is one i HAVEN'T read lol

1997. NYRA Young Adult Category. "Shadow" by Joyce Sweeney

1997. NYRA Young Adult Category. "Shadow" by Joyce Sweeney

1992. NYRA Young Adult Category. "Whispers from the Dead" by Joan Lowery Nixon

1992. NYRA Young Adult Category. "Whispers from the Dead" by Joan Lowery Nixon

Whispers From the Dead by Joan Lowery Nixon

Whispers From the Dead by Joan Lowery Nixon

2005. NYRA Young Reader Category. "The Stranger Next Door" by Peg Kehret

2005. NYRA Young Reader Category. "The Stranger Next Door" by Peg Kehret

The Other Side of Dark (Laurel-Leaf Suspense « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

The Other Side of Dark (Laurel-Leaf Suspense « LibraryUserGroup.com – The Library of Library User Group

Smart Couples Finish Rich

Smart Couples Finish Rich

2003. NYRA Intermediate Category. "Zach's Lie" by Roland Smith

2003. NYRA Intermediate Category. "Zach's Lie" by Roland Smith

Whispers from the Dead  Favorite author when I was a teenager and this book was so good!

Whispers from the Dead Favorite author when I was a teenager and this book was so good!

Robert Arthur begins the seventh grade at a strange new school that has two-headed rats and mysterious labyrinths, in addition to the mean Professor Goyle who is seemingly unconcerned when students begin vanishing into thin air.

Robert Arthur begins the seventh grade at a strange new school that has two-headed rats and mysterious labyrinths, in addition to the mean Professor Goyle who is seemingly unconcerned when students begin vanishing into thin air.

The Seance by Joan Lowery Nixon

The Seance by Joan Lowery Nixon