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Mark Salisbury[]

A popular sixth grader. He is Julie's rival for student body president in Changes for Julie.

Joseph Sanchez[]

The principal of Jack London Elementary School. He is "all rules and no nonsense."

Irv and Gloria Shackley[]

An elderly couple who stays at the Ling's house during the events of Lost in the City.

Joe Smiley[]

The weatherman for the KSKY news channel.

David Stratton[]

Aunt Nadine's husband and Raymond's father. He served in the army during the Vietnam War, where he was injured. He now works at a library in Senora, as he couldn't do any work around Gold Moon Ranch.

Nadine Stratton[]

Joyce Albright's sister. She dropped out of college to marry and founded Gold Moon Ranch in Sonora, California with her husband.

Julie and Mrs. Albright visit her and Raymond in Message in a Bottle.

Raymond Stratton[]

Aunt Nadine's son and Julie's cousin. He meets Julie when she and Joyce Albright visit Gold Moon Ranch in Message in a Bottle.

Mike Stenger[]

The older brother of "Stinger" Stenger. He's friends with Tracy Albright and spends the day with her in A Brighter Tomorrow: My Journey with Julie.

"Stinger" Stenger[]

A sixth grade boy who attends Jack London Elementary School.

Susie[]

A member of the Twisters gymnastic team.

Suzanne[]

A friend of Tracy Albright.

Suzy[]

An employee at the Cliff House. In A Brighter Tomorrow: My Journey with Julie, she helps the protagonist after she loses the stone of her mood ring.

Tom Sweeny[]

A close neighbor of Catherine and Buddy.

Abe Taylor[]

A Vietnam veteran currently staying at the rehab center where Hank works at. Abe had discussed setting up a travel agency with James.

Tullie[]

Louisa Knight's sister, a mother with two young children.

Eleanor Vernon[]

Joyce Albright's landlady and old school friend.

Reginald Vernon[]

Elanor Vernon's husband, who had made a fortune on real estate.

Mrs. Wagner[]

The art teacher at Jack London Elementary school.

Barb Warner[]

The mother of Carla and Todd Warner.

Carla Warner[]

A girl who attends Jack London Elementary School. She is the focus of the story in The Tangled Web, and makes a brief appearance in The Puzzle of the Paper Daughter and The Silver Guitar.

Todd Warner[]

The son of Barb Warner. He's a disabled Vietnam veteran currently staying at the rehab center where Hank works at.

Douglas Watson[]

The owner of a cottage whose window was smashed by Julie's basketball in A Brighter Tomorrow: My Journey with Julie. He has three dogs: Queenie, a Jack Russel terrier; Trix, a dachshund; and Mr. Tuxedo, a Boston terrier.

Mr. Wescott[]

A wagon master for the Bicentennial wagon train.

John Witherspoon[]

A one hundred and one year old man that resides in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Tubby Wolfowitz[]

A Vietnam veteran currently staying at the rehab center where Hank works at. Tubby wants to go back to school to become an architect.

Mildred Woodacre[]

The owner of a ranch in Marin County.

Lonny Wu[]

A fourteen-year-old boy who attends Chinese school with Ivy and Andrew. He is friends with Paul Chan and Mike Gee. His favorite superhero is the Green Hornet. His mother works as a waitress at a tea house in Chinatown.

Jimmy Yep[]

A college student studying history. He is originally from New York and is writing a master's thesis on Chinese immigration to America.

Jimmy is only seen in The Puzzle of the Paper Daughter.

Robin Young[]

A volunteer at the Randall Museum's rescue center.

References and Footnotes[]

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