Good Intentions

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Berkley Jam Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 183 pages
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When Chloe Marlowe awoke from a coma, she was grateful to be alive--and determined to change her ways. She had never been a nice person--she used her best friend, sabotaged her father's marriage to Lucinda, terrorized Lucinda's son... But now Chloe has a second chance to make ishers Weekly). Dunbar once again brings us to the crazy and colorful city of New Orleans. This time it's Mardi Gras--and a violent storm drenches the city in chaos. As the water level rises, a dangerous gang of marooned bank robbers become desperate to escape--and it's up to Tubby to thwart their murderous plans...

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