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Teenage clairvoyant Clay Brannon races against time to protect a little girl. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel.
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A 16-year-old with the ability to see things comes to the aid of a little girl who is about to fall victim to a merciless madman who has killed before and will kill again. Clay has to find the killer and stop him, but it won't be easy. Format:Mass Market Paperback.
Just Pretend is a novel written by Stephen Gresham under the name J. V. Lewton. It was first published in 1994. Categories: List of Book Titles.
Just Pretend" is a 1970 song by Elvis Presley. It was composed by Guy Fletcher in partnership with his writing partner Doug Flett
Just Pretend" is a 1970 song by Elvis Presley. It was composed by Guy Fletcher in partnership with his writing partner Doug Flett. Elvis Presley recorded it on June 6, 1970 as part of his July 4–8 studio sessions for RCA at RCA's Studio B in Nashville, Tennessee. Elvis Presley – lead vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar. James Burton – lead guitar. Chip Young – rhythm guitar. Charlie Hodge – acoustic rhythm guitar. Norbert Putnam – bass. David Briggs – piano. Jerry Carrigan – drums. Charlie McCoy – marimba.
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Read Just pretend from the story J u s t by disasterandhope (Just Me) with 303 reads. help, love, friendship. Die Gedanken, die wir uns auswählen, sind die Werkzeuge, mit denen wir die Leinwand unseres Lebens anmalen.
Let's Just Pretend" (Jo Stafford song), a 1944 song by Jo Stafford. In 1998 it was included on her compilation album Walkin' My Baby Back Home.
Just Pretend may refer to: "Just Pretend" (Elvis Presley song), 1970. Just Pretend" (The Bens song), a song by the Bens from their 2003 EP The Bens. Let's Just Pretend" (Jo Stafford song), a 1944 song by Jo Stafford. Let's Just Pretend", a song by Tyler Shaw from his 2015 album Yesterday.