Lou Dunlop: Private Eye (Crosswinds) ebook
by Glen Ebisch
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Lou Dunlop: private eye. by. Ebisch, Glen. New York : Crosswinds. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
High school student Lou Dunlop is an average guy with above average problems. Book in the Crosswinds Series).
Glen Ebisch creates a challenging mystery in LOU DUNLOP: PRIVATE EYE. The myriad suspects and motives keep the pace moving as Lou learns the secrets behind his classmate's disappearance. Lou himself is a fascinating character as his alter ego encourages or criticizes his actions. Emotionally vulnerable and filled with self-doubt, most teens will identify with him as they find him both humorous and sensitive. An excellent read, LOU DUNLOP: PRIVATE EYE is highly recommended. -C. Penn Wordweaving.
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Save bookmarks and read as many as you like. 497. Published: Yesterday, 14:54. 112. Death of a Survivalist. 68. A Body In My Office (The Charles Bentley Mysteries Book 1). Glen Ebisch. Book Description: High school student Lou Dunlop is an average guy with above average problems. His father, a police officer, is keeping an extremely close eye on him. His best friend, Eric, has lots of money and wants the two of them to travel around the world. And the famous fictional detective, Philip Marlowe, often talks to him - but only in his mind. But Lou’s world gets even more complicated when a girl disappears without a trace from his school.
Private Eye, the fortnightly British satirical magazine, has published various books and other material separately from the magazine since 1962
Private Eye, the fortnightly British satirical magazine, has published various books and other material separately from the magazine since 1962. The principal publications are anthologies, for example the Private Eye Annual, and ongoing series such as the Colemanballs collections (in even-numbered years), and diaries of the Prime Minister. by Glen Ebisch. Published 1987 by Crosswinds in New York. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. Protected DAISY, In library.
Glen Albert Ebisch lives with his wife in western Massachusetts. His interests include philosophy, yoga, and New England folktales of the supernatural.