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Books in Fawcett Juniper series

  • Trouble with Lemons

    Daniel Hayes

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, June 22, 1992)
    His real name was Tyler McAllister, but he felt like a lemon. He had allergies and nightmares, and was the only unfamous person in his family. But one night he and a friend went swimming at the forbidden quarry, and Tyler found a dead body. Now he's determined to find out who killed the man and why they're now after him....
  • Four Miles to Pinecone

    Jon Hassler

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Jan. 30, 1989)
    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. . . .
  • Plague Year

    Stephanie S. Tolan

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, Oct. 21, 1991)
    A harrowing account of a town that surrenders its humaniy. "A frightening and compelling story about prejudice, ignorance and hysteria."--Columbia Missourian
  • Coverup

    Jay Bennett

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett Juniper Books by Ballantine Books, Nov. 16, 1992)
    "Quick and fun with a satisfying resolution."VOYAAll Brad remembers about that party was that his friend Alden Whitlock drove him home. He also has the nagging feeling that while he was sleeping in the passenger seat, Alden hit something--or someone. Alden and his father, a powerful judge, deny that anything took place. Brad isn't so sure--especially when beautiful Ellen Hanson comes searching in town for her lost father. Suddenly Brad is forced to examine his cushioned world of privilege and to choose between the truth and deceit. Either way, Brad could lose....
  • Trouble with Lemons

    Daniel Hayes

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, June 1, 1992)
    Originally published: Boston: David R. Godine, Publisher, c1991.

    J Neufeld

    Mass Market Paperback (Fawcett, March 12, 1982)
  • Four Miles to Pinecone

    Jon Hassler

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Jan. 30, 1989)
    Tom Berry is a good kid. But when his friend Mouse breaks into the neighborhood store, Tom is torn between his friend and the "right" thing to do. Finally, a second break-in teaches Tom a lesson of responsibility.