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The Radio Mystery (The Boxcar Children Mysteries #97) Paperback – January 1, 2003
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Henry, Jessie, Violet and Benny used to live in a boxcar. Now they have a home with their grandfather and have many adventures. This time, they are off to help a friend of grandfather's with her radio station. With mysterious happenings, the radio station staff is threatening to quit. Will the boxcar children solve the mystery before Joceyln has to sell the radio station?
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The Aldens travel to Pennsylvania to see their grandfather's old friend Jocelyn Hawley. Jocelyn's husband Luther owned a radio station. After Luther passed, Jocelyn took over the station. Her daughter Gwen, did sound effects.
The Aldens are very excited to see the station and listen to it's programs. But on the night they arrive, they hear a story of Daphne Owens. Daphne worked at the station on almost every show. One day she disappeared after a incident. Now, ear piercing screams fill the station and lights go out during the live mystery show. Equipment is even stolen! People joke it is the ghost of Daphne Owens. But soon, some start believing it is true.
After another day of a haunting from "the ghost", the cast from the live mystery show quits. Luckily, the Aldens volunteer to take their places. They start a kids mystery show where Benny is the ghost dog and Henry, Violet, and Jessie are siblings.
The mystery solving Aldens work hard to find clues and, with Gwen's help, figure out the real ghost.
This book is very wonderful indeed. I downloaded it yesterday, and was shocked hen I saw I was on chapter 7. I just finished the rest. I can read an entire book in one sitting, but I chose not to.
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Gertrude Chandler Warner:
Gertrude Chandler Warner never thought of her books to be in the mystery concept. She wrote 19 books in her life before her death.Read more ›