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Book 3: The Water Orchids of Cocoanut Palm Island

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This volume describes the setting up of the Pacific Research Institute as a center for regional cooperation in scientific and agricultural pursuits for Southeast Asia and the Pacific. It was funded by an award made to Jack, Olive, Violet, and Judith in the first novel, Olive and Violet Bright: Daughters of Rosewood Heath. This new mystery centers around the beautiful but destructive plant known as the “Water Orchid.” This plant grows wild in Tahiti and is threatening the fragile watershed of these paradise islands. The heirs of the Tave and Pomare line (principal chiefly families in old Tahiti) are anxious to resolve this matter together with the young English. Here the reader learns the debt of the British to gentle Queen Pomare IV of Tahiti* who lived in the mid- 19th century. Olive, Violet, and Lieutenant Charlessen hope to discover who is behind the water orchid conspiracy in the lush green arbors of this tiny corner of the old Society Islands.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Gloria T. August
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
119
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.49 MB
Product ID
17556771

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