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Mystery of the Fire in the Sky (Mystery Solver Series)

by Gloria Skurzynski Alane Ferguson

One night Caitlin sees a giant fireball in the sky. The fireball crashes soundlessly to earth -- and disappears! At first Caitlin thinks that a plane has crashed, but there are no reports of missing planes.

The Mystery of the Flaming Footprints

by Charles Liese

A village pottery-maker has mysteriously vanished without a trace. And now, across the floors of his house, bare footprints have appeared that dance with ghostly green flames.Is this house haunted?!!?

The Mystery of the Ghostly Galleon (Trixie Belden #27)

by Kathryn Kenny

Mysterious and spooky occurrences with the galleon ship appearing out of the mist kept the Bob Whites busy in this book!

The Mystery of the Glowing Eye (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #51)

by Carolyn Keene

A fiery glowing eye in a museum, the abduction of Ned, the code name Cyclops, and a pilotless helicopter draw Nancy and her friends into a dangerous investigation.

The Mystery of the Graveyard of the Atlantic (Real Kids, Real Places #23)

by Carole Marsh

You could say deadly Diamond Shoals was "ground zero" for shipwrecks, once upon a time. In the era before lighthouses and before lifesavers, an enormous swatch of sneaky, shifting sandy shoals worked like skeletal fingers to snatch up ships and sink them. When Papa has to emergency-land The Mystery Girl, this spooky, mysterious story begins.

The Mystery of the Green Ghost (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators #4)

by Robert Arthur

[from the back cover] "The crumbling mansion of a dead man is being torn down. Suddenly nysteries come alive within the old house! A green ghost oozes through the walls. A secret room reveals an open coffin. In it lies a grinning skeleton--wearing a string of priceless Chinese Ghost Pearls. Then the ghost disappears, and the pearls do, too. And The Three Investigators start sleuthing--on one of their weirdest cases ever!" This is the fourth book in the Three Investigators series. Bookshare has the following books in this action packed mystery series with more on the way. In the middle of a junk yard the boys have hidden headquarters where they unravel puzzling clues in mysteries which often lead them to adventure and danger. Bob is the record keeper, Peter is always ready for action and Jupe does the planning and much of the deep thinking. Look for: #1 The Mystery of Terror Castle, #2 The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot, #3 The Secret of the Whispering Mummy, #5. The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure, #6 The Secret of Skeleton Island, #7 The Mystery of the Fiery Eye, #8 The Mystery of the Silver Spider, #9 The Mystery of the Screaming Clock, #12 The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow, #15 The Mystery of the Flaming Footprints, #17 The Mystery of the Singing Serpent, #21 The Mystery of the Haunted Mirror, #23 The Mystery of the Invisible Dog, #27 The Mystery of the Magic Circle, and #42 The Mystery of Wrecker's Rock, with many more on the way.

The Mystery of the Gulls

by Phyllis A. Whitney

Taffy Saunders finds mystery and adventure on beautiful Mackinac Island, where her mother has unexpectedly inherited a hotel. A stipulation in the will states that Mrs. Saunders must manage the hotel successfully for a summer in order to gain title to it. Taffy and her mother arrive at Sunset House to find the little hotel enveloped in an atmosphere of mystery and antagonism. Celeste, the exotic and superstitious French-Indian cook, has gone on strike and the housekeeper and her daughter seem strange and unfriendly. But it is not until mysterious happenings scare the guests into leaving that Taffy realizes someone wants her mother to fail. Who? Why? These are the questions she tries to answer. Eerie gulls, a locked room, a Chinese gong ringing mysteriously in the night, and the initials J. B. are only a few of the clues that lead Taffy through thrilling and baffling episodes to an unexpected solution. Taffy's breath-taking adventures are surrounded by the fascinating color of historic Mackinac Island. Miss Whitney has captured the vacation atmosphere of the island, yet its battle days seem to return as Taffy and her friend David Marsh search for a missing key among the guns of the old fort.

The Mystery of the Hairy Tomatoes

by George E. Stanley

Hair, Hair, Everywhere. Someone's been digging up Mrs. Ruston's tomatoes. She thinks it's Noelle's dog, Rover, and unless Noelle can find the real thief, Rover's in big trouble. It's the hairiest case yet for Mr. Merlin's Third-Grade Detectives.

Mystery of the Haunted Hut

by Mary Graham Bonner

There is blood on the snow outside a deserted shack. Then there are puzzling lights and a disappearing ice boat. Can Rusty and her brothers discover the truth at Deep Hollow?

Mystery of the Haunted Silver Mine (Mystery Solver Series)

by Gloria Skurzynski Alane Ferguson

A group of Science Club friends solve the mystery of the "haunted" silver mine by using scientific principles in this first chapter book in the tradition of Encyclopedia Brown.

The Mystery of the Headless Horse (The Three Investigators #26)

by William Arden

[from the back cover] "Lost: priceless family heirloom Old Californian family facing financial ruin. Seeks help saving family ranch. Only hope--finding jeweled sword given to ancestor by Hernando Cortes. Weapon disappeared 1846. Promising clue just found in decapitated statue. Time of essence. Bank, land-hungry neighbors closing in. Tempers rising. Cool head called for to locate sword, secure ranch. A hot case for the Three Investigators!" This is the twenty-sixth installment in the Three Investigators set of 43 books. Bookshare has the following books in this action packed series with more on the way. In the middle of a junk yard the boys, before the time of computers, tablets and cell phones, have hidden headquarters where they unravel puzzling clues in mysteries which often lead them to adventure and danger. Bob is the record keeper, Peter is always ready for action and Jupe does the planning and much of the deep thinking. Look for: #1 The Mystery of Terror Castle, #2 The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot, #3 The Secret of the Whispering Mummy, #4 The Mystery of the Green Ghost, #5 The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure, #6 The Secret of Skeleton Island, #7 The Mystery of the Fiery Eye, #8 The Mystery of the Silver Spider, #9 The Mystery of the Screaming Clock, #10 The Mystery of the Moaning Cave, #12 The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow, #13 The Mystery of the Crooked Cat, #14 The Mystery of the Coughing Dragon, #15 The Mystery of the Flaming Footprints, #16 The Mystery of the Nervous Lion, #17 The Mystery of the Singing Serpent, #18 The Mystery of the Shrinking House, #19 The Secret of phantom Lake, #20 The Mystery of Monster Mountain, #21 The Secret of the Haunted Mirror, #22 The Mystery of the Dead Man's Riddle, #23 The Mystery of the Invisible Dog, #24 The Mystery of Death Trap Mine, #25 The Mystery of the Dancing Devil, #26 The Mystery of the Headless Horse, #27 The Mystery of the Magic Circle, #28 The Mystery of the Deadly Double, #29 The Mystery of the Sinister Scarecrow, #30 The Secret of Shark Reef, #31 The Mystery of the Scar-Faced Beggar, #39 The Mystery of the Smashing Glass and #42 The Mystery of Wrecker's Rock, with more on the way.

The Mystery of the Headless Horseman (Trixie Belden #26)

by Kathryn Kenny

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?

The Mystery of the Hidden Beach (Boxcar Children #41)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner

The Aldens and their new cousin, Soo Lee, spend a week in Key West, Florida.

The Mystery of the Hobo's Message (Three Cousins Detective Club #5)

by Elspeth Campbell Murphy

THREE COUSINS DETECTIVE CLUB 5 It's Titus, Timothy, and Sarah-Jane from the Three Cousins Detective Club! The three ten-year-olds are ready to learn about the Fruits of the Spirit while solving more exciting, adventure-filled mysteries! In The Mystery of the Hobo's Message, Titus McKay notices some mysterious markings carved in an old tree while rescuing a cat. Grandpa Gordon explains they are a hobo code. The cousins' new friends, Matthew and Amanda, seem especially excited about the message, but they won't say why. What are they trying to hide? Can the three cousins find out before it's too late? Theme: Kindness Picture and symbol descriptions included.

The Mystery of the Homeless Treasure (The Home School Detectives #1)

by John Bibee

When Billy and his home school friends stumble across a gold cup stolen thirty years ago, the Home School Detectives are thrown into their first case. Who was digging where the cup was found? Where was the rest of the stolen treasure? Were the wrong men sent to jail for the crime? Why was a shop owner kidnapped? Why did the homeless people living under a railroad bridge offer to help? Follow the fast-paced adventure of Billy, Rebecca, Josh, Emily and the rest as they overcome false leads and follow clues to the exciting conclusion. John Bibee, a writer living in Austin, Texas, is the author of the eight books in the Spirit Flyer Series. The Home School Detectives by John Bibee The Mystery of the Homeless Treasure Other books coming soon fiction/ages 8-12

The Mystery of the Hot Air Balloon (Boxcar Children #47)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner

Someone is trying to ruin a hot air balloon rally, and the boxcar children might not get a chance to ride in one.

The Mystery of the Invisible Hand

by Marshall Jevons

Henry Spearman, the balding economics professor with a knack for solving crimes, returns in The Mystery of the Invisible Hand--a clever whodunit of campus intrigue, stolen art, and murder. Having just won the Nobel Prize, Spearman accepts an invitation to lecture at Monte Vista University. He arrives in the wake of a puzzling art heist with plans to teach a course on art and economics--only to be faced with the alleged suicide of womanizing artist-in-residence Tristan Wheeler. When it becomes clear that Wheeler had serious enemies and a murderer is in their midst, Henry Spearman is on the case.Was Wheeler killed by a jilted lover, a cuckolded husband, or a beleaguered assistant? Could there have been a connection between Wheeler's marketability and his death? From the Monte Vista campus in San Antonio to the halls of Sotheby's in New York, Spearman traces the connections between economics and the art world, finding his clues in monopolies and the Coase conjecture, auction theory, and the work of Adam Smith. What are the parallels between a firm's capital and an art museum's collection? What does the market say about art's authenticity versus its availability? And what is the mysterious "death effect" that lies at the heart of the case? Spearman must rely on his savviest economic insights to clear up this artful mystery and pin down a killer.

The Mystery of the Invisible Knight (Bloodhounds, Inc. #2)

by Bill Myers

Book 2 in BloodHounds, Inc. for middle-grade readers. A weird figure, a knight in shining armor, is lurking in the dark alleys of Sean and Misty Hunter's hometown! There must be a way to unmask the metal monster!

Mystery of the Island Jungle (Ladd Family Adventure #3)

by Lee Roddy

Twelve-year-old Josh Ladd's discovery in the Kauai jungle of a Japanese World War II airplane and its pilot who doesn't realize the war is over leads him on a race against time with a conniving foe.

The Mystery of the Ivory Charm (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #13, Original Version)

by Carolyn Keene

Nancy Drew determines whether an ivory elephant charm can really protects its wearer from harm when she investigates the involvement of a member of the Bengleton Circus in a mysterious scheme. This is the original 1935 edition. Beginning in the late 1950s, the Nancy Drew books were revised and condensed. This is a facsimile reproduction of the pre-revised version, as it was first published in 1935.

The Mystery of the Jade Tiger

by Carolyn Keene

SOMETIMES AN OBJECT OF UNPARALLELED BEAUTY CAN BE THE SOURCE OF UNTOLD DANGER . . . Nancy's in California to investigate a series of break-ins at the home of her father's friend Terry Kirkland. A Vietnam vet, Terry came away from the conflict with a trunk full of memories. But unknown to him, the trunk also holds a mystery -- an exotic secret that now threatens to destroy his family A twisted trail of intrigue and corruption leads Nancy to a shocking revelation. The truth behind the burglaries rests with a soldier who vanished on a top-secret mission. But the trail of the tiger doesn't end in the jungle -- it leads right to Terry's door.

The Mystery of the Kidnapped Whale (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators #35)

by Marc Brandel

[From the back cover] "The stranded whale has disappeared--and not back into the ocean! Someone has sneakily taken the little whale away. And now a mysterious client is asking The Three Investigators to find it. The client refuses to give his name---but he will pay cash! Why do so many people want the baby whale? It makes no sense to the young detectives ... until they learn that the whale can lead them to sunken treasure!" This is the 35th book in the Three Investigators series. Bookshare has the following books in this action packed mystery series with more on the way. In the middle of a junk yard the boys have hidden headquarters where they unravel puzzling clues in mysteries which often lead them to adventure and danger. Bob is the record keeper, Peter is always ready for action and Jupe does the planning and much of the deep thinking. Look for: #1 The Mystery of Terror Castle, #2 The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot, #3 The Secret of the Whispering Mummy, #4 The Mystery of the Green Ghost, #5 The Mystery of the Vanishing Treasure, #6 The Secret of Skeleton Island, #7 The Mystery of the Fiery Eye, #8 The Mystery of the Silver Spider, #9 The Mystery of the Screaming Clock, #12 The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow, #14 The Mystery of the Coughing Dragon, #15 The Mystery of the Flaming Footprints, #17 The Mystery of the Singing Serpent, #18 The Mystery of the Shrinking House, #21 The Secret of the Haunted Mirror, #23 The Mystery of the Invisible Dog, #25 The Mystery of the Dancing Devil, #27 The Mystery of the Magic Circle, #30 The Secret of Shark Reef, #31 The Mystery of the Scar-faced Beggar, #32 The Mystery of the Blazing Cliffs, #39 The Mystery of the Smashing Glass, and #42 The Mystery of Wrecker's Rock, with all of the rest on the way.

The Mystery of the Locked Room (Dana Girls Mystery #7)

by Carolyn Keene

Louise and Jean Dana, the teenage sisters, need to figure out what happened to Louise's notes for the professor. In the meantime, they meet a new student and Mrs. Crandall decides to bring the girls to a new property for a possible camp. Will they figure out the strange happenings at the old house?

The Mystery of the Lost Mine (Boxcar Children #52)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner

From the back of the book: Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather, and they're going on a trip to the Arizona desert. There the Aldens learn about the legend of the Lost Dutchman Mine. Everyone thinks the mine is filled with gold. Can the Aldens find out if the legend is true, and if it is, who will find the gold?

The Mystery of the Lost Village (Boxcar Children #37)

by Gertrude Chandler Warner

The boxcar children learn a lot about Navajos, but the best is a legend about an ancient village that once existed nearby.

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