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Books published by publisher Flare

  • Appointment With a Stranger

    Jean Thesman

    Paperback (Flare, July 1, 1991)
    Deeply self-concious about her severe asthma attacks, high school student Keller Parrish finds solace in the company of an attractive but mysterious boy at a remote pond, unaware that he is an insubstantial echo of a forty-year-old tragedy
  • Face-Off

    Stacy Drumtra

    Paperback (Flare, Nov. 1, 1992)
    When Brad's twin brother, T.J., the apple of their father's eye, transfers from his fancy prep school and into Brad's public school, Brad must contend with T.J.'s growing popularity as the school's new star hockey player. Original.
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  • Sofia's Heart

    Sharon Cadwallader

    Paperback (Flare, Nov. 1, 1996)
    Leaving her beloved home in Monterey Bay for new opportunities in 1845 San Diego, Sofia DuFay starts a school for Mexican-American women and is unable to forget the handsome young man who had captured her heart. Original.
  • The Cay

    Theodore Taylor

    Paperback (Flare, Jan. 1, 1970)
    Blinded and shipwrecked on a tropical island, Phillip overcomes his prejudices and comes to deeply respect the illiterate yet remarkable black sailor who rescues him, and learns to survive on his own despite his blindness. Reissue.
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  • Dangerous Secrets

    Audrey Barcus

    Paperback (Flare, Jan. 1, 1996)
    After receiving a mysterious envelope from Ricky, Erika begins to wonder if the envelope holds the key to Ricky's death a few days later and is horrified when she realizes that she is being stalked. Original.
  • Die for Me

    Carol Gorman

    (Flare, July 1, 1992)
    At a Halloween party a month after Holly Baldwin's unsolved murder, her friends try to contact her spirit through the ouija board, only to be told that more will die
  • Into the Wind

    Jean Ferris

    Paperback (Flare, June 1, 1996)
    Reluctantly working at her father's tavern, which is frequented by loutish sailors, early 1800s teen Rosie finds herself without a family or livelihood after a brawl ends her father's life and is taken in by young sea captain Raider Lyons. Original.
  • Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

    Bruce Hart, Carole Hart

    Paperback (Flare, May 1, 1989)
    Julie Stillwell and Sean Manning find themselves in love with the wrong people, until they finally meet each other
  • Invincible Summer

    Jean Ferris

    Hardcover (Flare, Feb. 1, 1989)
    Seventeen-year-old Robin, in treatment for leukemia, falls in love with a boy who also has the disease, and together they attempt to survive their ordeal.
  • Charlotte: Heart of Hope

    Cameron Dokey

    Paperback (Flare, Nov. 1, 1997)
    Sent to live with her aunt in Baltimore to escape the threat of attacks in the Indian Territory, Charlotte finds herself surrounded by both enemies and patriots, and when she is kidnapped, she wonders who to trust. Original.
  • Dreamstalker

    Barbara A. Steiner

    (Flare, Jan. 1, 1992)
    With each of Karen's terrifying nightmares--nightmares in which her classmates are murdered--another child lies dead, and soon Karen is afraid to go to sleep
  • Nina Won't Tell

    Katherine Applegate

    Paperback (Flare, Aug. 1, 1998)
    Afraid of rejection, Nina refuses to divulge her romantic feelings toward her sister Claire's ex-boyfriend Ben, but she realizes that she will never have a chance unless she reveals her love for him. Original.
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