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Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators Series by Robert ArthurBook 1. Finding a genuine haunted house for a movie set s… More. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve The Secret of Terror Castle. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rate it:.
Purists may snicker, and suggest there's no real reason to include this series, written for kids, on this site. But it was a damn fine series, and I read as many of 'em as I could find as a kid. And I wasn't the only one. A latter-day Hardy Boys that first saw the light of day in the s and s. In fact, contributor John Heaton is prepared to forcefully argue that they, unlike those "rank amatuers Frank and Joe Hardy ," are full-fledged private invesitgators who truly deserve to be included. The Three Investigators are private investigators, as defined by the PWA: they are professional detectives, and they are neither police officers nor government agents. They're even licensed, after a fashion.
The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as " Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators ". It was created by Robert Arthur Jr. Random House , which is owned by Bertelsmann , is the U. Other rights are possessed by the heirs of Robert Arthur, Jr. Most of the mysteries involved investigation of baffling phenomena e.
I'm Vivien from Indonesia n i thank to u cz u have shared this information. Glad to read the three investigators. Or in bahasa it called "trio detektif". Excellent article, Mark. You and I started reading these around the same time, however I only made it through 34 before finding other pursuits. I hardly ever see TTI books in used bookstores which puzzles me.
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Jupiter, Pete, and Bob live in Rocky Beach, a fictional southern California coastal town described as 10 to 12 miles from Hollywood and 15 miles from downtown Los Angeles. Jupiter's family owns and operates the Jones Salvage Yard "the Yard" , where the team's headquarters is hidden in an old trailer, which itself is hidden amid the "junk. Tunnel Two, Door Four The trailer's equipment includes a telephone, a darkroom, a filing cabinet, and a workshop in which Jupiter assembles devices, mostly from discarded items found in the junk yard, which help the Investigators in their detective work. The team often has to pay for what they take by working for Aunt Mathilda, a hard taskmaster who believes "idle" boys should be put to work. Jupiter has designed a business card to intrigue their potential clients, memorable to readers particularly for its three question marks. These potential clients often ask what the question marks stand for, giving Jupiter an opening to impress them with his explanation.