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Michelle Forsyth: Over & Over By Michelle Forsyth
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Michelle Forsyth: Over & Over By Michelle Forsyth
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Neb Forsyth's Saga By Nesbeth Forsyth
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Neb Forsyth's life story through the depression, resettling to Alaska, family, and pets.
Michelle Forsyth: Field Work By Michelle Forsyth
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Michelle Forsyth: Field Work By Michelle Forsyth
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The Birds of Forsythe By Eric C. Reuter
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The birds of the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, in Oceanville, New Jersey. One of the premier locations for observing birds on the East Coast of the United States. This book is filled... More > with over 200 photographs, and took over 2 and a half years, and over 2000 hours in the field to compile.< Less
The Forsyth Saga By gavin macdonald
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A volume featuring thirteen of DCI Ian Forsyth's cases narrated by DS Alistair MacRae. How can a woman under observation vanish without trace? How can half a dozen diamonds not be found in a room... More > where they have been hidden by a thief? Why are the police unable to find a room in which a murder was seen to take place? How is it possible for a woman to be killed in an abandoned factory inside a police cordon and the murderer still escape? How can a killer leave the scene of a murder without leaving any traces in the deep snow around the house? These and eight other abstruse mysteries are solved by DCI Forsyth by the use of logical deduction< Less
The Assignment of Tawna Forsythe By Carole Lewis
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This story begins when Tawna Forsythe, a young and talented teacher, is involved in a car accident leaving her in a comatose state for months. She has terrifying nightmares while she lies... More > unconscious, unable to awaken. Her family worries and wonders how long they should let her live unresponsive. Suddenly, Tawna makes a miraculous recovery stunning everyone including the medical professionals. She is hailed a miracle and recovers fully in less than a week. This modern miracle is stunned as well, but thankful that she is alive. To her dismay, she is riddled with recurring nightmares that leave her unable to sleep and are violent enough to make her begin loosing teeth one by one. Once she accepts her fate she realizes that her dreams have been the cure for her insomnia and that during her comatose state she made her ill- fated decision to live, consequently accepting her destiny, her assignment, at the same time.< Less
A Further Forsyth Saga By gavin macdonald
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This is a collection of short detective stories in which the police are faced with apparently impossible mysteries. But Detective Chief Inspector Ian Forsyth solves them all brilliantly by using... More > logics; deduction< Less
The Second Forsyth Saga By gavin macdonald
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These are thirteen further cases solved by DCI Forsyth as narrated by DS MacRae. How can a man escape from a locked room which has only one door and no windows when the door is under constant... More > surveillance? How is it possible for a man to be murdered in front of several people but none of them to have any idea of how he was killed? Why is the only item stolen in a robbery a worthless bronze statuette of a horse? How can a man be poisoned at a cocktail party but no trace of the poison or how it was put into the glass be found? How is it possible for a man to enter a room that is constantly watched but for a differnt man to be found dead in the room at a later time? These and eight other baffling mysteries are solved by DCI ian Forsyth by the use of logical deduction< Less