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R.M. Clark
R. M. Clark is a computer scientist for the Dept. of Navy by day and childrens' book writer by night. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. He is currently at work on his latest middle grade novel. Visit his author site: www.rmclarkauthor.com show more

R. M. Clark is a computer scientist for the Dept. of Navy by day and childrens' book writer by night. He lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. He is currently at work on his latest middle grade novel. Visit his author site: www.rmclarkauthor.com
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Between The Lines
Between The Lines rated it 9 years ago
Author: R. M. Clark Published: September 2013 by Writers AMuse Me Category: Mystery/Suspense 'A list of names, an old map, and a drawing of a Native American warrior named Komaket: These are the items professional student, Dennis Kozma, receives on his twenty-fifth birthday. They are gifts from h...
The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor
April is a girl who loves baseball, or rather, a girl who is amazingly smart about baseball. She is smart and funny which makes her likable. But, her knowledge of the sport and its history is what really shines through about her.When she discovers that Haney Field once hosted Negro League baseball b...
The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor
R. M. Clark's debut adult novel, Center Point, is a charming mystery embroiled in history. Dennis Kozma is a charming young man, given a quest by his dead father to clear his name. Soon, it becomes apparent that there is more to the story than just his father's good name.The secondary characters are...
Second Bookses
Second Bookses rated it 11 years ago
R.M. Clark's debut middle grade novel, Dizzy Miss Lizzie features a 13-year-old heroine, Kasey Madrid, who moves to a new house with her father and stepmother only to discover what appears to be a ghost in her basement: a 19th-century girl named Elizabeth Bellows who was alleged to have committed a ...
justanotherbookguy
justanotherbookguy rated it 11 years ago
When I first heard from Mr. Clark about this book I was unsure about whether or not it was something I would enjoy. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by what I read. Dizzy Miss Lizzie is a very well written book. The characters are fun to follow and easy to relate with. Kasey is your typ...
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