An avid geocacher, Jennifer Kirsch has reached into sewers, tugged on wads of chewed bubblegum, and dodged cactus spines while searching for geocaches. While not wading through smelly swamps or wandering into caves in the pursuit of yet another hidden container, she freelances as an editor and writer and has published several articles, including pieces in magazines with national circulation.
In past lives she has worked as a software developer , a substitute pianist, an algebra tutor, and a bagel shop clerk. Her current hobbies include making lists, reading
Dummies books, and holding cooking contests with her
husband and two daughters.
Visit her online at: www.jenniferkirsch.net
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Decrypting the Cache, The Geocaching Mysteries, Vol.1
by Jennifer Kirsch
Thirteen-year-old Erin jumps at any chance to go geocaching — using GPS technology to locate hidden caches. But family outings seem as likely as finding a cache in an active volcano after Erin’s unemployed dad relocates to another state. When her parents then stop talking to each other and they lose their house, Erin feels about as secure as a fault line during an earthquake.
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