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Growing up, Christine Hayes loved reading stories about creatures that curl your toes and legends that send a shiver down your spine. Now she loves writing about them, too.

Christine seeks inspiration by haunting flea markets and estate sales, searching for cool vintage finds with a story to tell. While earning her degree in music she visited Asia for the first time, and later moved there with her family for several years. She has been addicted to travel ever since. Christine and her clan now live in northern Utah. Find her online at www.christinehayesbooks.com.
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This was a fantastically fun read, full to the brim with clever puzzles and literary references. The core friendship between Emily and James rings true--two smart kids, both happy to find a close friend and kindred spirit, working together to solve b ...more
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The main character, Footer, comes alive on the page--her quirks, fears, and deeply felt emotions--as she deals with her mother's mental illness and the strange, tragic events surrounding a local fire. Vaught creates a strong cast of supporting charac ...more
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The author has created a rich, captivating world in GROUNDED. Her main character is drawn with depth and complexity. It was satisfying to see that while Rapunzel changed and grew as a person during her adventures, some of her core qualities were esta ...more
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