Something Queer is Going On (Something Queer #1)

Something Queer is Going On (Something Queer #1)
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ISBN10: 
0440479746
ISBN13: 
9780440479741
Pages: 
48
Published: 
June 15th 1982 by Yearling
Rating: 
4.33

Jill and Gwen do some sleuthing when Jill's basset hound disappears.

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