THE SHE

By: Plum-Ucci, Carol

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FIRST EDITION (stated), FIRST PRINTING (Number Line: A C E G H F D B). Hardcover with unclipped dust jacket. 8vo (5.75 x 8.5"). (x), 280 pp. Quarter bound in publisher's blue cloth over light blue boards, gilt (silver) lettering on spine. This is a new, unopened copy. Very slight wear to corners of dust jacket, the volume is in perfect, pristine condition, except for a former owner's name neatly written on the ffep, else as new. FINE+/FINE. Few authors can combine the elements of supernatural possibilities and mystery detection without making their own bias known, yet Plum-Ucci manages to keep readers balanced on a see-saw between rationality and the powers of the dark. - Kirkus Reviews Carol Plum-Ucci was brought up on the small island of Brigantine near Atlantic City, New Jersey. In addition to working as a sea captain, Plum-Ucci's father was a funeral director. Living above the funeral parlor stimulated the author's imagination and fostered in her an interest in mysteries and ghost stories. Ms. Plum-Ucci has a communications degree from Purdue University, and is currently working towards her master's degree at Rutgers University. She is a former staff writer for the Miss America Organization. A south New Jersey resident, Ms. Plum-Ucci has close family ties to the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Thirteen generations on her father's side of the family and 11 generations on her mother's side come from the area, which is surrounded by tales of monsters and mystery. The most famous monster, the Jersey Devil, is quite possibly a relative of the author, who is related to the Leeds family of the Pine Barrens, alleged to have given birth to the creature, said to be half man and half beast. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. (x), 280 pp

Title: THE SHE

Author Name: Plum-Ucci, Carol

Categories: Children's Books, Mystery & Suspense, Novels, Poetry & Literature, Juvenile mystery,

Edition: Stated First Edition. First Printing

Publisher: Orlando, FL, Harcourt, Inc.: 2003

ISBN Number: 0152168192

ISBN Number 13: 9780152168193

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine+ in Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 3992

Keywords: Children's Books Fiction Literature Mystery