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He is now employed as an engineer and lives in Georgia. I honestly believe the 1920's was the best time period and I would love to go back in time to live there! 1920's BEST because African Americans could be able to use their voices and females got their rights! The Easter Islanders had their own system of writing, different from any other in the world. Willo Davis Roberts has given us lots of good mysteries but one of her early ones remains a favorite.

Pages: 278

Publisher: Minotaur Books; Reprint edition (February 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0312326017

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