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  • THE BUNGALOW MYSTERY: Nancy Drew Mystery Series, #3. by Keene, Carolyn [Mildred Wirt Benson]. Introduction by P M Carlson.
    Keene, Carolyn [Mildred Wirt Benson]. Introduction by P M Carlson.
    THE BUNGALOW MYSTERY: Nancy Drew Mystery Series, #3.

    Edition: Facsimile edition.

    Bedford, MA: Applewood Books, 1991. dj. Hardcover - Four glossy photographs reproducing the original illustrations precedes the title page. Publisher's note. Introduction by P M Carlson. The original text from 1930. Illustrated and with the original dust jacket art by Russell H. Tandy. 204 pp. plus lists of other series books. ISBN: 1557091579.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 66963
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  • Kenny, Kathryn
    TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14.

    Edition: Trade paperback. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker.

    Racine, WI: Whitman, 1977. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures!. ISBN: 0-307-215229.

    Condition: Very near fine condition in gold covers.

    Book ID: 44682
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  • TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14. by Kenny, Kathryn
    Kenny, Kathryn
    TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14.

    Edition: Deluxe edition - the first edition of this title.

    Racine, WI: Whitman, (1965). Hardcover first edition - #14 in the series, in the original slightly larger format, with matte illustrated boards and endpapers with oval portraits of Trixie and Honey. 15 titles listed in book. Illustrated in both full color and in duo-tone by Paul Frame. 254 pp. ISBN: 0-307-215229.

    Condition: Good overall ( toning to the pages, some rubbing and wear to the covers )

    Book ID: 80357
    View cart More details Price: $17.50
  • TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14. by Kenny, Kathryn
    Kenny, Kathryn
    TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14.

    Edition: Trade paperback. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker.

    Racine, WI: Whitman, 1977. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures!. ISBN: 0-307-215229.

    Condition: Good condition (some creasing to covers, usual toning to pages).

    Book ID: 53311
    View cart More details Price: $9.00
  • TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14. by Kenny, Kathryn
    Kenny, Kathryn
    TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY OF THE EMERALDS, #14.

    Edition: Trade paperback. Oval cover illustration by Jack Wacker.

    Racine, WI: Whitman, 1977. While not as well known as Nancy Drew, this is many girls' favorite series: Trixie is a real girl, with chores, school to attend, a little brother to babysit - but lots of adventures! 236 pp. ISBN: 0-307-215229.

    Condition: Good condition (prev owner's name inside front cover, usual toning to the pages).

    Book ID: 68351
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  • SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4.

    Edition: 1950s hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1953, c. 1932.). Hardcover - A Judy Bolton mystery, #4 in the series. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane. Bound in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers, 210 pp.

    Condition: Good overall condition (bookplate, corners slightly bumped), no dust jacket

    Book ID: 67523
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  • THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1.

    Edition: A new illustrated, revised edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1964, c 1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1964, c 1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Includes a letter to the reader from Sutton bound in at the front of the book. Illustrated, plain frontispiece. 172 pp. Black and white haunted house endpapers.

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    Condition: Very good in matte (flat) finish illustrated boards.

    Book ID: 67409
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  • THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5.

    Edition: Early or first hardcover edition (thicker format.)

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece and 2 internals. 217 pp. plus 1 pp from the publisher introducing some listings of other series - but the ads are not there.

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    Condition: Good in lime green covers with lavender lettering, topstain and illustration on front cover, pink staircase endpapers (spine slightly faded, one plate is detached but still present), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 67411
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  • THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3.

    Edition: 1950's hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1961, c. 1932.). Hardcover - A Judy Bolton mystery, #3 in the series. Rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers. Lists through #32 at front of book213 pp.

    Condition: Very good in rust-colored tweed cloth (prev owner's name), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 67413
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  • THE CLUE IN THE PATCHWORK QUILT: Judy Bolton #14. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE CLUE IN THE PATCHWORK QUILT: Judy Bolton #14.

    Edition: Later printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1957, c 1941). Hardcover - A mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town where the book are set is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Because of the…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1957, c 1941). Hardcover - A mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town where the book are set is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Frontispiece. Lists to #28 at back of book. 214 pp. plus 1 pp publisher's ad.

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    Condition: Good condition in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers (slight spine slant, bookplate), no dj .

    Book ID: 67420
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  • SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4.

    Edition: 1950s hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1958, c. 1932.) dj. Hardcover - A Judy Bolton mystery, #4 in the series. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane. Bound in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers, 210 pp.

    Condition: Very good overall in a very good dust jacket (minor edgewear to the dj)

    Book ID: 79155
    View cart More details Price: $21.50
  • THE HAUNTED ATTIC: A Judy Bolton Mystery #2. by Sutton, Margaret.
    Sutton, Margaret.
    THE HAUNTED ATTIC: A Judy Bolton Mystery #2.

    Edition: Later printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1946, . 1932.) dj. SIGNED hardcover - The Boltons have moved into a large old house with a reputation for being haunted. Burgundy endpapers with Judy on the stairs holding a flashlight, illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a plain frontispiece. Front flap lists through #17. SIGNED on the title page by Margaret Sutton (unlike Carolyn Keene - a house name which disguised many authors, including Mildred Wirt Benson - Sutton was a real person writing under just one name.) 212 pp.

    Condition: Good only in peach boards in a good dust jacket (rather severe toning to the pages, loss of about 1/2 at bottom of spine of dj, large chip to lower edge of front cover, but very uncommon signed.)

    Book ID: 52959
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  • THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1.

    Edition: 1950s hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (c 1933.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman,…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (c 1933.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Frontispiece. 218 pp.

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    Condition: Very good in rust-colored tweed cloth with burgundy and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers (prev owner's name dated 1953), no dj.

    Book ID: 40614
    View cart More details Price: $10.00
  • THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5.

    Edition: 1950s hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1953, c. 1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is, in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1953, c. 1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is, in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Frontispiece. 217 pp.

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    Condition: Good condition in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers (previous owner's name in pencil, some wear to the covers), no dj.

    Book ID: 63018
    View cart More details Price: $12.00
  • THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE GHOST PARADE: Judy Bolton #5.

    Edition: 1950s hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1953, c. 1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1953, c. 1933.). Hardcover - The fifth title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. Although I didn't know any of the history of the series at the time I was reading them, the "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Frontispiece. 217 pp.

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    Condition: Very good condition in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers, no dj.

    Book ID: 63022
    View cart More details Price: $15.00
  • THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3.

    Edition: Later printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The third book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The third book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece. 213 pp. plus 2 pp publisher's ads. Lists to #12 at back of book,. ISBN: B07MJRFJY9.

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    Condition: Good+ condition in the original thicker light green format with magenta endpapers with the 'flashlight' illustration (sunning to the spine, prev owner's name)

    Book ID: 64350
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  • SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    SEVEN STRANGE CLUES: Judy Bolton #4.

    Edition: Early hardcover edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (ca 1945, c. 1932.). Hardcover - A Judy Bolton mystery, #4 in the series. Frontispiece and endpapers by Pelagie Doane. Wartime conditions statement on title page. 210 pp.

    Condition: Good only in dark green covers with pink staircase endpapers (rather severe toning to the pages, slight spine slant)

    Book ID: 63744
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  • Sutton, Margaret
    THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece and two inserted plates. 218 pp.

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    Condition: Good condition in the original thicker light green format with magenta endpapers with the 'flashlight' illustration (some wear to the covers, two plates detached but still present.)

    Book ID: 63745
    View cart More details Price: $20.00
  • Sutton, Margaret
    THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover first edition - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover first edition - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece and three inserted plates. 218 pp.

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    Condition: Good+ condition in the original thicker light green format with magenta endpapers with the 'flashlight' illustration (lower corner of front cover bumped)

    Book ID: 63746
    View cart More details Price: $35.00
  • THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE INVISIBLE CHIMES: Judy Bolton #3.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover first edition - The third book in this mystery series (the first 3 were all issued in 1932), which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover first edition - The third book in this mystery series (the first 3 were all issued in 1932), which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece and three inserted plates. 213 pp. plus 3 pp publisher's ads. Lists to self and Nancy Drew Mysterious Letter at back of book,. ISBN: B07MJRFJY9.

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    Condition: Good+ condition in the original thicker light green format with magenta endpapers with the 'flashlight' illustration (a bit of insect damage to lower corner of textblock,sunning to the spine, prev owner's name dated in 1933), no dj.

    Book ID: 63747
    View cart More details Price: $30.00
  • THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1. by Sutton, Margaret
    Sutton, Margaret
    THE VANISHING SHADOW: Judy Bolton #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1932.). Hardcover - The first book in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. The "mysteries" are mostly based on actual events, the town is the town where Sutton grew up and unlike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane with a glossy frontispiece and two inserted plates. 218 pp.

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    Condition: Good condition in the original thicker light green format with magenta endpapers with the 'flashlight' illustration (some wear to the covers, two plates detached but still present.)

    Book ID: 62836
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  • THE DISCOVERY AT THE DRAGON'S MOUTH: Judy Bolton #31. by Sutton, Margaret (Rachel Beebe, 1903-2001)
    Sutton, Margaret (Rachel Beebe, 1903-2001)
    THE DISCOVERY AT THE DRAGON'S MOUTH: Judy Bolton #31.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1960) dj. Hardcover first edition - A later title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. In this book, while Peter is attending a training session at the FBI, Judy and her friend Honey decide to take a trip - a misunderstanding leads to them driving across the country to Yellowstone Park, where they will encounter danger the…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1960) dj. Hardcover first edition - A later title in this mystery series, which is in many ways, more realistic than most such series. Judy starts out as a high school girl, has some of the usual problems all kids encounter including misunderstandings among friends, etc, is a little older and more mature in each book - in fact, she gets married, and eventually she and her husband even adopt a child. In this book, while Peter is attending a training session at the FBI, Judy and her friend Honey decide to take a trip - a misunderstanding leads to them driving across the country to Yellowstone Park, where they will encounter danger the hot springs and a gang of thieves. Ulike most of the other series books published by Grosset and Dunlap, this was not part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Margaret Sutton was a real woman, writing under her own name. Because of the opposition of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, this series did not have the extensive reprinting that the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys had. Frontispiece. Lists to self at front of book and on rear flap of dust jacket. . 182 pp.

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    Condition: Very good condition in rust-colored tweed cloth with rust and white 'haunted house' illustrated endpapers (slight spine slant), in a very good dust jacket.

    Book ID: 80725
    View cart More details Price: $75.00