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Francess Lin Lantz
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Surfer Girl

(Caprice #28)

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Paperback, 148 pages
Published November 1st 1983 by Ace Books
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Francess Lin Lantz (b. August 27, 1952, Trenton, New Jersey — d. November 22, 2004, Santa Barbara, California) was an American children's librarian turned fiction writer, whose fan base was mostly preteen and teenaged girls.

For more than two decades, Lantz wrote more than 30 books, including several juvenile bestsellers. She won the American Library Association's Best Book for Young Adults award
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