Secrets on 26th Street

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Demco Media, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 147 pages
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In New York City in 1914, eleven-year-old Susan encounters a mystery through an independent-minded female boarder and becomes involved in the growing suffrage movement.

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User Review  - xxgonecrazyxx - LibraryThing

The book was all right. I have always been fascinated by suffrage time in history, but the story plot was so . . . unoriginal. The girl meets a stranger; her mother goes missing; stranger is involved; girl rescues the mother; happily ever after the end. Not a very satisfying story. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Jones lived most of her life in North Carolina. She grew up sandwiched between two brothers. She used to wish she were a boy because she thought boys got to have more fun than girls. One of her earliest dreams was to be a jockey in the Kentucky Derby-but only men were allowed to do that.

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