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When Dan Wildman, one of River Heights's hottest rock 'n' roll DJs, is kidnapped, Nancy Drew is on the case!
When the tag-along member of their club disappears, Molly and the other members begin a search which gets scary and causes them to question their responsibility in the matter.
The Club CSI: kids are counting on forensic science to find Hannah's missing dog!Hannah's dog Molly wins first place in the neighborhood dog show, but her family doesn't get to celebrate for very long. Soon after they return home, Molly goes missing! Hannah's parents are convinced that she left the back gate open by mistake, but Hannah knows she didn't. Her Club CSI: friends help investigate and find a crushed orange dog treat (Molly's treats are brown) and a piece of ripped red fabric that snagged on the back gate. Was Molly the victim of a dog-napping? If so, who took her and why? Club CSI: is on the case!
Previously published in the print anthology Parker Pine Investigates. Reginald Wade goes to Parker Pyne when he learns that his wife has decided to leave him for another man. Reggie's only hope is that his wife has declared a six-month grace period. If she still feels the same at the end, she wants a divorce. Pyne decides that dark, glamorous Madeline de Sara is just what Reggie needs to console him--but will Mrs. Wade think this is such a good idea?
When civilian life proves too dull for Major Wilbrahams, he contacts Parker Pyne to escape his boredom. Pyne's assistant arranges a chance meeting with the beautiful Freda Clegg and the two join forces, but on leaving for Africa they encounter more than they had bargained for.
Hank sticks his nose where it doesn't belong adn ends up with a dreaded double bumblebee sting.
There's a new detective in town. And two detectives mean double trouble! But Reginald Pinkerton Armitage III is nothing like Jigsaw. He uses fancy gadgets and a charming attitude to get his work done. Gadgets don't make the detective, though, and Jigsaw is determined to prove it! Is Jigsaw's town big enough for two detectives? It's time for a showdown. May the best sleuth win!
Perry Mason and Della Street are on a vacation in Palm Springs when a wealthy businessman asks for advice about his daughter's boyfriend, a chemist who drowns ducks and becomes a murder suspect.
Two intriguing Perry Mason novels, from the master of suspense
A wealthy prospector is camping in his own back yard, someone tries to poison Perry and Della, Paul Drake poses as a drunken prospector, and the clue to the murder is the sound of a mosquito flying in lazy circles.
First Perry Mason gets his face slapped by a beautiful burglar in his office building, then a Tijuana wedding trip leads to a murder.
Eleven-year-old Gilbert, self-styled private eye, takes on his toughest case when he finds a duck in the elevator of his housing project. In this easy-to-read mystery, "the solution is credible, the plot is fresh, the style casual and natural."--Bulletin, Center for Children's Books. From the Trade Paperback edition.
A misplaced tin can in a household with a mother, a father, three children, an aunt, and a boarder is not very unusual. But when the tin contains a coded message, and a trail of blood leads from a neighbors' house, the family and the neighbors can barely wait for the arrival of Perry Mason, Della Street, and Paul Drake to solve the mystery.
SILENCE IS MURDER Perry Mason's beautiful new client isn't giving anything away, not even her name, and he suspects that what she does choose to reveal is mostly lies. Certainly the bag full of cash she carries isn't shopping money. All the mystery woman asks is that Mason make himself available for a few days in case she needs him--for what purpose, she remains silent as the grave. In fact, his headstrong client, who identifies herself only as "36-24-36," is headed for disaster--not only into a blackmailer's clutches but into a lethal trap from which not even Perry Mason's brilliant courtroom sorcery may be able to extricate her. Alive, anyway . . . THE ORIGINAL COURTROOM NOVELS
When Hank hears a rumor that the sky is going to fall from the ranch's resident rooster, he is naturally a bit skeptical. But when a report from Pete the Barncat and a strange dream seem to support the theory, Hank knows that he'd better take the threat seriously. After all, as Head of Ranch Security, it's his job to protect the ranch from any and all danger. So Hank decides that he'll do whatever it takes to prevent the sky from falling on his beloved ranch. Even if it means getting into trouble with Sally May (again). . . .
It all begins with the fan-dancer's "costume" - what there is of it.
In this fourth mystery about 12-year-old Maisie, the young detective must solve a crime for her friend Professor Tobin. The professor travelled all over the world collecting strange and wonderful objects, and the British Museum is opening a special room to house his collection. But before the professor's donation, a thief steals a valuable Amazonian tribal mask! With just a single feather left behind, Maisie doesn't have much to go on, but the stakes in her newest case are higher than ever. Can't get enough of Maisie's mysteries? Look for The Case of the Stolen Sixpence, The Case of the Vanishing Emerald, and The Case of the Phantom Cat!
Hank finds the ranch has been invaded by a fox with a fiddle. Can Hank resist the lure of the music long enough to run that rascal off his territory?
When the fluffy dice of Melvin the bus driver turn up missing, Bunny and Jack, two animal detectives, investigate the case.
Perry Mason defends a woman twice--once on theft charges, and then on murder charges.
Buddy is starting his work as therapy dog at Four Lakes Elementary School, where Connor attends and Mom is the principal. On his very first day, he accidentally knocks down a little kid on the playground, convincing the first grade teacher that school is no place for a dog. Then the fire alarm goes off. The school is evacuated, but there's no fire. . . it's a false alarm. Who could have set it? Buddy fans will cheer as their favorite dog detective solves another case with his own great doggy style.
Talk about style! Ashley and I were invited to a costume party at the house of a famous mystery writer, Fiona O'Leary. We couldn't wait to hit the ballroom for the big 1920s dance contest. The whole flap started when Fiona's adored cat disappeared.
Volunteering on a hospital ship that brings medical care to South America, Nancy begins to suspect that someone is using the ship to transport illegal cargo and must track down the clues before her own health is risked.
Ashley and Mary-Kate are having a terrific time on a family vacation in Washington, D. C. They especially like spending time at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum. But during their visit, the famous Wright Brothers' plane starts to tremble--and spooky voices float down from the cockpit! Could there be a ghost in the machine? Mary-Kate and Ashley are on the case!
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