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Books published by publisher Fawcett

  • My Brother Michael by Mary Stewart

    Mary Stewart

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Jan. 1, 1790)
  • The Russian Revolution,

    Robert C Goldston

    Paperback (Fawcett, March 15, 1966)
    The complete story of the Russian Revolution, told with attention to detail while weaving a thrilling narrative. A highly recommended volume.
  • The Wicked Day

    Mary Stewart

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, July 12, 1984)
    Now, the spellbinding, final chapter of King Arthur's reign, where Mordred, sired by incest and reared in secrecy, ingratiates himself at court, and sets in motion the Fates and the end of Arthur...."Gripping....A superior adventure tale."THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
  • One Bird: A Novel

    Kyoko Mori

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Sept. 30, 1996)
    "STUNNING, EVOCATIVE . . . [A] well-crafted coming-of-age novel."--School Library JournalFifteen-year-old Megumi was very sad when her parents broke up. But now, with her mother running off on a "trip" to her own childhood home, Megumi is left to stay with her father (who is never around) and her cranky grandmother (who is unfortunately always around).Just when she feels that no one cares, Megumi meets Dr. Mizutani, a smart young woman who offers Megumi a part-time job in her veterinary office helping her heal sick birds. Dr. Mizutani seems to understand Megumi without asking a lot of questions. And as Megumi finally begins to accept why her mother had to leave, she discovers a confident strength within herself. . . . "The text gains an intensity from the discipline with which every detail of this accomplished work is orchestrated from the first page to the last."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
  • In the Frame

    Dick Francis

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Feb. 22, 1993)
    Charles Todd is an English artist, well-known for his renderings of sleek and athletic horses. But what he sees at his brother's he cannot capture on canvas. His sister-in-law has been murdered, and his brother is the prime suspect. Todd sudenly finds himself in a dangerous manhunt as he searches for an elusive killer who paints his own picture of mayhem....
  • The Twelfth Angel

    Og Mandino

    Hardcover (Fawcett, April 13, 1993)
    After John Harding's wife and only child die in a car accident, he finds solace in coaching a tenacious young Little Leaguer dying of a brain tumor
  • The Alpine Advocate: An Emma Lord Mystery

    Mary Daheim

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Oct. 24, 1992)
    The debut of the Emma Lord murder mystery series.After a year as publisher-editor of the Alpine Advocate, Emma Lord feels fine about her move to this small town in the foothills of Washington's Cascade Mountains. What she really needs for her paper, though, is a big story. And she gets it--when handsome Mark Doukas, grandson of rich, old Neeny Doukas is murdered. Emma discovers that trying to get straight answers out of Neeny and his thin-lipped son is like poking a nest of sleeping rattlesnakes. What begins with an innocent story about the murdered man, ends with Emma conducting the most interesting, and probably the last, interview of her career from the wrong end of a .38....
  • Being of Two Minds

    Pamela F. Service

    Paperback (Fawcett, March 1, 1995)
    Connie Hendricks was a typical American teen except for her dizzy spells, when she would pass out. When this happened, she entered the mind and soul of Prince Rudolph, the fourteen-year-old heir apparent of Thulgaria, a small European country. Prince Rudolph had spells too, when he entered Connie's mind and life. Everything was just fine, and their "trick" was their special secret -- until Rudolph was kidnapped while Connie was inside his mind . . .From the Paperback edition.
  • The Promise

    Chaim Potok

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Nov. 12, 1985)
    "A superb mirror of a place, a time, and a group of people who capture our immediate interest and hold it tightly."THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRERYoung Reuven Malter is unsure of himself and his place in life. An unconventional scholar, he struggles for recognition from his teachers. With his old friend Danny Saunders--who himself had abandoned the legacy as the chosen heir to his father's rabbinical dynasty for the uncertain life of a healer--Reuvan battles to save a sensitive boy imprisoned by his genius and rage. Painfully, triumphantly, Reuven's understanding of himself, though the boy change, as he starts to aproach the peace he has long sought....
  • The Return

    Sonia Levitin

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, July 12, 1988)
    Fifteen-year-old Desta belongs to a small, isolated mountain community of Ethiopian Jews. She and her brother and sister leave their aunt and uncle and set out on the long and dangerous trip to freedom -- an airlift from the Sudan to Israel, the Promised Land. They travel barefoot, facing hunger, thirst and bandits. "Vivid and compelling...Levitin's tour de force is sensitively written." BOOKLIST. An ALA 1987 Best Book for Young Adults.
  • The Dreadful Lemon Sky

    John D. MacDonald

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, April 20, 1996)
    "The professional's professional of suspense writers."THE NEW YORK TIMESTravis McGee has been offered easy money by a longtime lady friend. But when she gets killed, McGee's got a boatload of mystery. Navigating his boat into troubled waters, he heads for the seamier side of Florida--where drug dealing, twisted sex, and corruption are easy to find--but murderous riddles are hard to solve....
  • Four Miles to Pinecone

    Jon Hassler

    eBook (Fawcett, July 20, 2011)
    He was an eyewitness to a crime that his best friend committed. . . . “It all started the day school ended”That was when my English teacher decided not to flunk me—if I wrote a long story during my summer vacation. My name’s Tom Barry. I’m sixteen, and I really do want to be a junior next year at the high school in St. Paul where I live. But with my full-time job at Mr. Kerr’s grocery store, I didn’t think I’d have enough time to do it.But by the end of the week, the paper seemed small potatoes. You see, Mr. Kerr’s store was broken into—and my best friend Mouse was involved. I saw him, but I didn’t know what to do. I didn’t want to be a fink.I kept mum because it was right about then that I was invited to stay at my uncle’s resort near Pinecone. It’s a real neat place in the Minnesota woods, and I figured I would cool out there. And then I found that they have crime just like in St. Paul—but this time the stakes were much higher. Suddenly, my life was on the line. . . .