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Lovett, Sarah

LOVETT, Sarah

LOVETT, Sarah. American, b. 1953. Genres: Travel/Exploration, Children's non-fiction, Zoology, Mystery/Crime/Suspense. Career: Office of the Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM, legal researcher; New Mexico State Penitentiary, Santa Fe, forensic researcher; writer, 1989-. Has also worked as a theater director, dancer, playwright, gas station attendant, upholstery assistant, and bartender. Publications: MYSTERIES: Dangerous Attachments, 1995; Acquired Motives, 1996; A Desperate Silence, 1997; Dantes' Inferno, 2001. EXTREMELY WEIRD SERIES; Extremely Weird Frogs, 1991; Extremely Weird Reptiles, 1991; Extremely Weird Primates, 1991; Extremely Weird Birds, 1992; Extremely Weird Endangered Species, 1992; Extremely Weird Fishes, 1992; Extremely Weird Insects, 1992; Extremely Weird Sea Creatures, 1992; Extremely Weird Mammals, 1993; Extremely Weird Micro Monsters, 1993; Extremely Weird Snakes, 1993; Extremely Weird Spiders, 1996; Encyclopedia of Extremely Weird Animals, 1997; Extremely Weird Animal Defenses, 1997; Extremely Weird Animal Disguises, 1997; Extremely Weird Animal Hunters, 1997; Extremely Weird Bats, 1997. TRAVEL BOOKS: Kidding around London: A Family Guide to the City, 1989; Kidding around London: A Young Person's Guide to the City, 1989; Kidding around NYC: A Young Person's Guide to the City, 1989; Kidding around the Hawaiian Islands: A Young Person's Guide, 1990; Kidding around the National Parks of the Southwest: A Young Person's Guide, 1990; Unique Colorado: A Guide to the State's Quirks, Charisma, and Character, 1993; Unique Florida: A Guide to the State's Quirks, Charisma, and Character, 1993; Unique New Mexico: A Guide to the State's Quirks, Charisma, and Character, 1993; Unique New England: A Guide to the Region's Quirks, Charisma, and Character, 1994; Unique Texas: A Guide to the State's Quirks, Charisma, and Character, 1994. Address: PO Box 6692, Santa Fe, NM 87502, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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