There's a new kid in town-a tough boy from New York City who wears a black leather jacket and cowboy boots. Trixie doesn't trust him for a second. Since he arrived, strange things have happened. Honey's fancy watch disapoears and is pawned at a local store. Then someone steals money from the clubhouse. Trixie is sure of one thing, Dan Mangan is trouble!
Uncle Andrew needs Trixie's help. While Trixie and the rewst of the Bob-Whites of the Glen are spending spring break at his farm in Iowa, his sheep keep disappearing. He thinks they're being stolen! Trixie may not know sheep, but she does know thieves. And she has an idea where to start looking for them--near the mysterious flickering lights in the dark, dangerous Walnut Woods!
A mysterious shark fin, which no one but Trixie sees or believes in. Then, old reliable responsible Brian starts acting funny and gets in a car crash! What's happening with Brian?
It's springtime in Sleepyside and Trixie has plans for the sunny weather. She's going to explore the lonely marshland and find plants for extra credit her botany class. But for Trixie, even innocent activities turn into mysteries Instead of flowers and herbs, she comes across a burned-out house, a little old lady, and a spooky story about Captain Kidd's hidden pirate treasure!
Principal Stratton wants to get rid of all clubs in Sleepyside High School, including the Bob-Whites! The only way they can save their club is to prove that they help out other people, too. Trixie quickly comes up with a plan to host a benefit antique show and sale. But are the precious antiques in danger from thieves?
The Bob-Whites are off to the Ozarks to visit the Beldens' Uncle Andrew. Trixie can't wait to explore the mysterious caves there because she has another scheme up her sleeve. There is a reward for anyone who can find three "ghost cave fish." Nothing will stop Trixie from finding them - not bats or wild cats or even a real ghost!
Trixie put her finger over her lips, dropped to a crouch, and moved silently toward the clearing. As she turned around, an arm snaked around her and a hand was clamped over her mouth...
Trixie and other the other Bob-White's go to Mead's Mountain for a getaway. Along the way, they chase a ghost and handle many other strange happenings.
Regan mysteriously returns to Saratoga, where he has been accused of a crime. It is up to Trixie and Honey to follow Regan's trail and clear his name before another tragedy occurs.
Delivering a doll to a mysterious antique dealer leads fourteen-year-old Trixie Belden to investigate a case of counterfeiting.
"Trixie cuidadito!" After a Mexican fortune-teller slips a strange Spanish poem into her purse, Trixie finds herself deep in a New York City mystery. The poem, which predicts villains and thieves and great danger in Trixie's future, starts to come true! But what do thieves want with Trixie? Could it be the funny-looking Incan idol she picked up in an antique store?
When Trixie finds a baby in Reddy's doghouse, it starts the Bob-Whites and their families on a quest to find the baby's family. But why was he left in the doghouse? Where's his older brother? And why are his parents receiving ransom notes?
Trixie's on the trail of a century-old mystery! She's headed to Williamsburg, Virginia, to find an old plantation house, Rosewood Hall, that was the home to the Sunderland family during the Civil War. Rumor has it that a cursed emerald necklace is buried in a secret passageway there. But after all that time, Rosewood Hall is just a ruin. Is it too late for Trixie to find the missing emeralds?From the Hardcover edition.
Vacationing on a Minnesota horse ranch, Trixie and her friend, Honey investigate the reported sightings of a legendary ghost and join the search for a missing Arabian horse.
Mysterious and spooky occurrences with the galleon ship appearing out of the mist kept the Bob Whites busy in this book!
The Bob-Whites plans for a fundraising Bazaar go awry when Harrison, Di's butler, goes missing. The search leads them to Sleepyside Hollow where they find Harrison injured and locked in the cellar and Trixie suspects there is more to the story than he is letting on. Her suspicions cause a rift between her and Di which widens as Trixie tries to find a missing vase and clear the name of a dead man.<P> Did the butler really do it, and can Trixie use a simple riddle and the mysterious alphabet trees to solve the mystery? Or will she and Honey be frightened off by the headless horseman that rides the woods of Sleepyside Hollow?
Supersleuth Trixie Belden searches for an arsonist after a fire destroys a local store and a warehouse during the annual Memorial Day parade.
Trixie searches the Wheelers' mansion to find out what happened to Reddy. Can she identify the midnight marauder?
Honey's adopted brother, Jim, discovers (thanks to Trixie) that he has a cousin. Candy Stripers Trixie and Honey meet a young amnesia victim, Janie, at the hospital.
Trixie and Honey find a wallet on Glen Road. They involve into a mystery of the missing millionaire as his daughter, Laura captures their sympathy for her plight. Mr. Lytell loans Laura two thousand dollars to hire a detective. Trixie and Honey feel pleased for working with a detective. But Trixie is jealous as Jim is drawn towards Laura. Trixie struggles to push her jealousy aside and concentrate on the mystery. Was she successful to overcome her emotions?
Trixie introduces the rest of the Bob-Whites to a family tradition of saying hello to Hoppy, the grasshopper weather vane that sits on top of town hall, for good luck. But the tradition seems to bring bad luck to Hoppy, who disappears after a bad storm. Trixie is keen to find Hoppy and use the reward money to have the weather vane repaired, but a newcomer finds it first and Trixie can't help thinking it's suspicious. Meanwhile, Bobby has a secret that he shares with Trixie and he plays an important part in helping her find the clues and solve the mystery of the phantom grasshopper.
Trixie and some of the detectives of Belden-Wheeler Detective Agency go to England to unearth the mystery of Honey's inheritance and run into danger. Between pickpockets and Shakespeare, the Bobwhites learn more about Honey's governess, Miss Trask.
Jim's cousin is getting married and all of the Bob Whites are in the wedding! Cousin Hallie visits the Beldens. And in the middle of all the wedding preparation, Trixie and Honey - with the help of the Bob Whites - solve mysteries involving missing wheelchairs and an uninvited wedding guest.
The Bob-Whites attract attention when they are given a Model T Ford to auction for the Hospital rummage sale, and are helped by a stranger when the car breaks down. When the stranger is run down by a van before their eyes, Trixie becomes determined to find out who is responsible.<P> But the victim can't even remember his own name, and when he disappears and the Model T is vandalised, Trixie is the only one who believes he is innocent and vows to solve the mystery and find the vanishing victim.
The Bob-Whites are excited when Di wins the part of Juliet in the school play which is to be directed by their new drama teacher, Eileen Darcy. The cast are thrilled when she organises for some rare costumes to be loaned to them for the school play, but Trixie soon suspects that something is not quite right with the young drama teacher and her handsome fiancé.<P> Trixie learns that Miss Darcy's father has been kidnapped and Honey has a feeling she's seen her fiancé somewhere before, while Miss Darcy becomes quite protective of the costumes and is acting very strangely. Trixie and Honey try to investigate the pair while trying to protect Di from a jealous classmate and solve the mystery of the Velvet Gown.
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