The Fuller Creek Series; Holiday Blizzard: The Moment of Truth! & The Search for Rosemary Pullman

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Holiday Blizzard: The Moment of Truth! -

In the beginning of their eighth-grade year, Jess & Katie find that juggling youthful crushes with their friendship, is easier said than done. In the midst of this turmoil, a holiday vacation seems to be just what they need to get their friendship back on track. However, as bad weather approaches, will they be caught in the midst of a life-threatening blizzard? Or will they escape only to find their moment of truth is yet to come!


The Search for Rosemary Pullman -

Now that schools out, Jess & Katie are ready for more fun and adventures! However, an unexpected invitation to breakfast has them investigating a lot more than just Mrs. McAllister's blueberry pancakes. As they search to find a missing person, suddenly the investigation takes an unexpected turn in a court of law. Will they be able to prove their case before the judge? Or have they once again gotten themselves in over their heads!

Follow the lives of Jess & Katie in this second book in The Fuller Creek Series. Both guys and girls will enjoy the drama and adventure, so purchase it now to continue this exciting journey!
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About the author

Writing for David started out as a hobby, but soon grew to a passion to share the messages in his stories to his reading audience. Besides The Fuller Creek Series, he has authored other publications, including: The Christmas I'll Never Forget; The Plush Bear, and April Showers. David lives with his wife, Linda, in Southern, California.
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First Edition Design Pub.
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Published on
Mar 21, 2014
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Pages
148
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ISBN
9781622875696
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Collections & Anthologies
Juvenile Fiction / Action & Adventure / General
Juvenile Fiction / Love & Romance
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