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The Clue of the Gold Coin (Vicki Barr, Book 12)

by Helen Wells

Vicki Barr, young, pretty stewardess for Federal Airlines, is delighted when given her new assignment aboard the New York-to-Tampa run. But a shipment of priceless antique gold coins, bound for an exhibition at Tampa's famous Gasparilla Pirate Festival, disappears on one of Vicki's first Tampa flights. The official list of suspects includes Vicki's friend, young Joey Watson, besides a silky-smooth import-export agent called "The Duke." Vicki, however, cannot forget two of her passengers on that fateful flight: the frightened old man, Amos Tytell; the other, Wesley R. Eaton-Smith, the suave but disturbing travel agent from Tampa. Their trail leads Vicki to Tampa's old Latin Quarter of Ybor City, and a startling series of discoveries that almost cost Vicki her life. But it is on a trip to Havana, with her friends the Curtins, that Vicki fits into place the scattered pieces of the dangerous puzzle. How Vicki daringly thwarts the desperate smugglers in a breakneck race between two careening planes is the climax to yet another exciting adventure with Vicki Barr, Air Stewardess.

The Clue of the Gold Doubloons

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy and George are thrilled to take part in the filming of a pirate movie onboard the Swift Adventure, a reproduction of a centuries-old sailing ship. Twin brothers Andrew and Daniel Wagner are producing the low-budget film, and they've asked their friends to help out. With Nancy as assistant director and George set to play a notorious female pirate, the girls can't wait to jump in. But a series of robberies at the hotel where the cast and crew are staying, plus the discovery of gold doubloons at the crime scenes, has almost everyone in the production under suspicion. Could the robberies be a publicity stunt staged by one of the brothers? An angry crew member trying to sabotage the film? With her own safety in jeopardy, Nancy needs to figure out who in a big cast of characters is masterminding this criminal production.

The Clue of the Hissing Serpent (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #53)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Their efforts to recover a stolen ancient chess piece lead the Hardy brothers to Hong Kong where they help smash an international criminal organization.

The Clue of the Leaning Chimney (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #26)

by Carolyn Keene

As a result of an encounter with a sinister stranger on a lonely country road, Nancy Drew and her friend Bess Marvin discover that a rare and valuable Chinese vase has been stolen from the pottery shop of Dick Milton, a cousin of Bess. Join Nancy and her friends in their exciting adventures as they unravel all the twisted strands of this intriguing mystery.

The Clue of the Leaning Chimney (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #26, revised)

by Carolyn Keene

AS a result of an encounter with a sinister stranger on a lonely country road, Nancy Drew and her friend Bess Marvin discover that a rare and valuable Chinese vase has been stolen from the pottery shop of Dick Milton, a cousin of Bess. Dick had borrowed the vase from his Chinese friend, elderly Mr. Soong. He is determined to repay Mr. Soong for the loss and tells Nancy that if he can find "the leaning chimney," he feels he will be on the track of a discovery which will solve his financial problems. Nancy finds the leaning chimney, but it only leads her into more puzzles. Can there be any connection between the vase theft--one of a number of similar crimes--and the strange disappearance of the pottery expert Eng Moy and his daughter Lei? Join Nancy and her friends in their exciting adventures as they unravel all the twisted strands of this intriguing mystery. This is the newer, revised version. Picture descriptions and captions included.

The Clue of the Left-Handed Envelope

by George E. Stanley

Everyone loves the new teacher, Mr. Merlin. Mr. Merlin used to be a spy, and he knows all about secret codes and the strange and gross ways the police solve mysteries. Now there's a mystery in their very own class -- someone sent Amber Lee Johnson an anonymous letter.

The Clue of the Linoleum Lederhosen

by M. T. Anderson Kurt Cyrus

Looking forward to a vacation, Katie, Lily, and Jasper attach their flying Gyroscopic Sky Suite to the Moose Tongue Lodge and Resort, where they mingle with other child heroes found in books, and where they become embroiled in a mystery involving lederhosen-clothed quintuplets and a screaming ventriloquist.

The Clue of the Rusty Key (Dana Girls Mystery #11)

by Carolyn Keene

The Danas are thrust into the middle of a dispute between Oliver Pritz Gormly and Jasper Conway. The girls rescue Conway and his important papers when Gormly sets fire to Conway's store. Later, when Pritz confronts the girls and orders them to turn over the papers, the girls refuse, earning themselves a new enemy. Jean and Louise learn that Gormly is a swindler, cheating many people, including their classmate Lettie Briggs, who refuses to believe that Gormly is dishonest. Jean and Louise can do little to help Lettie since she refuses to talk to the Danas, but the girls befriend several other victims as they search for clues. The girls face many difficulties before they finally bring Dr. Gormly to justice.

The Clue of the Screeching Owl (Hardy Boys Mystery Stories #41)

by Franklin W. Dixon

Frank and Joe go to the Pocono Mountains to investigate the mystery of a legendary witch who stalks Black Hollow seeking vengeance. Disappearances occur and strange screams fill the night.

The Clue of the Tapping Heels (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #16)

by Carolyn Keene

CHALLENGING questions confront Nancy Drew when she attempts to solve the mystery of the strange tapping sounds in the house of a retired actress. Who is the tapper? How does he gain access to Miss Carter's house, despite securely locked doors and windows? Why do the tapping sounds come in Morse Code? Is there a sinister motive behind the prowler's actions? While trying to learn the answers to these and other puzzling questions, Nancy finds her investigations complicated by the dishonest administrator of a will and by a thief who steals the actress's prize Persian cats. How Nancy communicates with the ghostlike intruder by tap dancing in code, how she outwits three criminals wanted by the police, and how she brings happiness to Miss Carter in a romantic reunion with the actress's former leading man will thrill the lively young detective's host of fans.

The Clue of the Tapping Heels (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #16, Original Version)

by Carolyn Keene

Originally published in 1939. Nancy solves the mystery of a lost love. Between two kidnappings, an estranged father and son and an heir apparent who never was, Follow Nancy and her chums as they track the criminals and reunite lost lovers. n the late 1950s, the first 34 Nancy Drew books began to be condensed and revised. This is the version published before the revision.

The Clue of the Twisted Candle

by Edgar Wallace

The Urbane T.X. is back in this locked-room mystery by British master storyteller Edgar Wallace.<P> The renown mystery writer John Lexman is charged with murder and sent to prison. His friend T.X. Meredith, employed by Scotland Yard, tries to prove his innocence.

The Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes (Nancy Drew #41)

by Carolyn Keene

Warnings not to go to Scotland can't stop Nancy Drew from setting out on a thrill-packed mystery adventure.<P><P> Undaunted by the vicious threats, the young detective - with her father and her two close friends - goes to visit her great-grandmother at an imposing estate in the Scottish Highlands, and to solve the mystery of a missing family heirloom.And there is another mystery to be solved: the fate of flocks of stolen sheep.Baffling clues challenge Nancy's powers of deduction: a note written in the ancient Gaelic language, a deserted houseboat on Loch Lomond, a sinister red-bearded stranger in Edinburgh, eerie whistling noises in the Highlands. Startling discoveries in an old castle and in the ruins of a prehistoric fortress, lead Nancy closer to finding the solution to both mysteries.

The Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #41)

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy travels with her father and two close friends to visit her great-grandmother in Scotland and discovers the mystery of a missing family heirloom.

The Clue on the Crystal Dove

by Carolyn Keene

A cunning thief is desperate to wreck the opening of a historic landmark -- and Nancy is his target! On Gramercy Park in New York City, the magnificent Van Hoogstraten mansion with its priceless collection of glass birds is about to open to the public. Nancy, Bess, and George are invited, but a series of sinister events puts everything in chaos. When the centerpiece of the collection, a beautiful crystal bird, is stolen, Nancy gets on the case. From family members with motives to keep the house, to an antiques dealer with a personal grudge, suspects abound. And when Nancy goes to the family's abandoned camp in the Adirondack forest, she zeroes in on the truth. In a violent nighttime thunderstorm on a solitary lake, Nancy confronts the culprit. The case is solved -- if she can get to shore alive!

The Clue on the Silver Screen

by Carolyn Keene

While Nancy attends the Martha's Vineyard Film Festival, a movie masterpiece is stolen, and her investigation puts her in danger of being cut out of the picture for good.

Clueless Cowboy

by Mary Connealy

Burned out, exhausted, and disillusioned, Jake Hanson hits the road. He empties his bank accounts and cuts all ties with everyone he knows. Searching for meaning, he buys a deserted Victorian mansion ten miles from civilization in South Dakota and determines to live off the land. Emily isn't looking for a man, and she certainly isn't looking for more responsibility. Since her parents died, she's been running the family ranch and raising her younger sister alone. She has plenty to keep her busy. So when she finds a stranger hiding out in the house next door, why can't she just let him be? When their worlds collide, will their inexplicable attraction draw Jake and Emily together or will their circumstances force them apart forever?

The Clueless Girl's Guide to Being a Genius

by Janice Repka

Aphrodite Wigglesmith is a thirteen-year-old prodigy. After a fast track through Harvard, she's back at her old middle school to teach remedial math and prove a bold theory: anyone can be a genius with the right instruction. Enter Mindy, a ditzy baton twirler who knows more about hair roots than square roots. What could she possibly learn from such a frumpy nerd, except maybe what not to wear? But somewhere between studying and shopping, the two girls start to become friends. They're an unlikely pair, but in this uproarious middle-grade comedy, wacky is the norm and anything is possible - just like middle school. .

The Clues Challenge

by Carolyn Keene

Dangerous pranks ice over an outdoor treasure hunt -- and Nancy has to melt down the culprit! Nancy and her friend George are visiting Emerson College, courtesy of Nancy's boyfriend, Ned. His fraternity is eager to win the Clues Challenge, an athletic treasure hunt sponsored by a local sporting goods store, so the girls join Ned's team. But accidents, dirty tricks, and computer warnings threaten to shut down the whole event. Nancy suspects that someone has cheated by giving out the answers to the clues. Now she's investigating a pushy reporter, a jealous star athlete, a nervous store owner, and a snooty sorority president. Someone's got a secret agenda to win at any cost -- and Nancy's skiing right into an avalanche of trouble!

Clues in the Shadows: A Molly Mystery (American Girl Mysteries)

by Kathleen Ernst

Molly still does her patriotic duty to help America win World War II, but in the spring of 1945 she's weary and troubled. Dad is home safe, but he seems different now. And someone is sneaking into the backyard shed and messing with the scrap she's collecting for a wartime drive. Is the intruder her classmate, her own brother-- or a prowler in the night?

Clues to Christie

by Agatha Christie

Dying to read Agatha Christie for the first time or to re-read one of her classic mysteries but don't know where to start? This fully authorized and comprehensive guide to the Queen of Mystery includes an introduction by award-winning Agatha Christie expert John Curran with features on each of her classic detectives including Miss Marple, Hercule Poirot and Tommy & Tuppence; guides to reading each of her series and her stand-alone novels; and an A to Z of Agatha Christie. Interspersed throughout are quotes from Christie, a list of the Christie novels that were her personal favorites and three of her classic short stories: The Affair at the Victory Ball, Greenshaw's Folly and A Fairy in the Flat. Clues to Christie Table of Contents: "Agatha Christie: An Introduction" by John Curran; The Hercule Poirot Mysteries; "The Affair at the Victory Ball"; The Miss Marple Mysteries; "Greenshaw's Folly"; The Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries; "A Fairy in the Flat"; Agatha Christie's Stand-Alone Mysteries and Short-Story Collections; The Queen of Mystery's Personal Favorites; Ten Other Ways to Read Agatha Christie; "On Agatha Christie and Poisons"; The A to Z of Agatha Christie

Clumber Spaniel

by Ricky Blackman

A virtually unknown spaniel breed that has been around for over 150 years, the Clumber Spaniel achieved a moment of modern-day fame when ""Brady" won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in 1996. When that handsome dog smiled into the TV cameras, many Americans got their first glimpse of this charming companion dog. Named for the Duke of Newcastle's Clumber Park estate in Nottinghamshire, England, the Clumber Spaniel is prized not only for his skill and acumen as a hunting dog but for his clownlike antics and bubbling personality. Breeder Ricky Blackman has written an excellent introduction to the breed in this Comprehensive Owner's Guide that retraces the breed's history in England and America, describes the breed's many unique characteristics (both physical and personality), and offers potential owners sensible advice about the selection, care, and training of a Clumber Spaniel.New owners will welcome the well-prepared chapter on finding a reputable breeder and selecting a healthy, sound puppy. Chapters on puppy-proofing the home and yard, purchasing the right supplies for the puppy as well as house-training, feeding, and grooming are illustrated with photographs of handsome adults and puppies. In all, there are over 135 full-color photographs in this useful and reliable volume. The author's advice on obedience training will help the reader better mold and train into the most well-mannered dog in the neighborhood. The extensive and lavishly illustrated chapter on healthcare provides up-to-date detailed information on selecting a qualified veterinarian, vaccinations, preventing and dealing with parasites, infectious diseases, and more. Sidebars throughout the text offer helpful hints, covering topics as diverse as historical dogs, breeders, or kennels, toxic plants, first aid, crate training, carsickness, fussy eaters, and parasite control. Fully indexed.

Cluster (Cluster #1)

by Piers Anthony

As Cluster opens, the alien envoy Pnotl of Sphere Knyfh seeks help from Sphere Sol in a shared galactic-level crisis: Galaxy Andromeda has discovered the secret of energy transfer and intends to use it to steal the basic energy of the Milky Way Galaxy. Knyfh offers the secret of aura transfer on the understanding that Sphere Sol will spread the technology to help create a galactic coalition to find and defeat agents of Andromeda. Sol's highest-Kirlian individual is Flint, a green-skinned native of Outworld, who has a Kirlian aura of two hundred, an eidetic memory (useful for memorizing the complex equations of Kirlian transfer that he will need to communicate to other spheres). He has extraordinary intelligence and is highly adaptable. His mission is complicated, however, by the fact that he is pursued everywhere by a very high Kirlian female Andromedan agent and, somehow, the Andromedans are able to detect and trace Kirlian transfers. Flint embarks upon several missions to bring transfer technology to neighboring spheres, inhabiting various alien forms. His efforts are successful despite attacks and sabotage by the Andromedan agent. Through the conflict, however, the mutual attraction of their two vastly superior auras begins to undermine their individual loyalty to their own Spheres. Flint and a group of other entities recover the information that will allow them to detect and trace transfers, and a member of the group is revealed as the Andromedan agent. One result is the catastrophic destruction of the local habitat. Flint and his nemesis are transferred into alien Mintakan bodies to survive. Choosing to leave things with parity between their two galaxies, Flint and the Andromedan mate and remain together until their auras fade (which happens rapidly, since their physical bodies have been destroyed).

Clutch Hitter (Chip Hilton Sports Series #4)

by Clair Bee Randall Farley Cynthia B. Farley

While playing baseball for the steel company where he works during the summer, high school star athlete Chip Hilton comes up against professionals participating illegally in amateur sport.<P> The Chip Hilton series follows the adventures of Chip Hilton, a sports-loving hero who will capture the hearts of today's youth and direct them toward developing solid character, lasting values, and keen athletic skills.

Clutch of Constables (Roderick Alleyn #25)

by Ngaio Marsh

"Five Days Out of Time..." ... that was how the ad had described the Zodiac cruise on the "weirdly misted" English river. The passengers were the usual, unusual lot: a couple of unpleasantly hygienic Americans, an aloof Ethiopian doctor, a snooping cleric with a wall-eye, an artist running away from her success ... But they were not all what they seemed. For Inspector Alleyn knew that one of them was the faceless "Jampot"-the ruthless killer who could take on any personality, whose thumb was a deadly weapon. The problem was, which one! Alleyn had five days to trap him, or the other passengers would pay with their lives-and one of those passengers was Alleyn's wife! "WITH DEVILISH CUNNING MISS MARSH HIDES THE IDENTITY OF THE MASTER MISCREANT UNTIL VIRTUALLY THE LAST PAGE!"

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