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Product NameThe Seeker
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Height9 inches    (convert)
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AuthorJane Brindle
BindingAudio Cassette
Published09/01/1998
Long DescriptionShe is known as the woman on Bluebell Hill. To the drivers who have seen her, she is a mysterious ghostly figure. One minute the road is clear, and then suddenly she appears from nowhere. There's the squeal of brakes, and then she just disappears. Dave Walters is a content family man, until she singles. him out. He decides to search for the secret behind the mystery of this woman...
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