- File Size: 459 KB
- Print Length: 35 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: December 24, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LYXNGWJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #630,466 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Moxham takes the reader on a whirlwind of chase scenarios that up the ante with each narrow escape." --- Amazon USA Reviewer
"I love this book, could not put it down and I felt as if I was standing beside the characters." --- Shelfari Reviewer
"This is an entertaining adventure story that would make pleasurable holiday reading for 7 to 10 year olds." --- Amazon UK Reviewer
"It's packed with adventure and courage, reminiscent of The Goonies." --- LibraryThing Reviewer
About the Author
This adventure series set in 1950's Britain will delight children of all ages. See below for the order of the published books.
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Standalone Short Story:
The Mystery of Santa Claus
Standalone Choose Your Own Way:
Danger in Monrovia
Lost in the Bermuda Triangle
Escape From Sylvania
The Mystery of Smugglers Cove
The Mystery of the Missing Money
The Mystery of the Missing Gnomes
The Mystery of Adventure Island
The Mystery of the Mysterious Man
The Mystery of the Strange Notebook
The Mystery of Hidden Valley
The Mystery of Claw Mountain
The Mystery of the Golden Elephant
The Mystery of the Red Balloon
The Mystery of the Golden Dragons
The Mystery of the Howling Dog
The Mystery of the Hidden Suitcase
The Mystery of Treasure Island
The Mystery of Four Towers
The Mystery of the Burning Plane
The Mystery of the Russian Spy
The Mystery of Ghost Island
The Mystery of the Perfect Thief
The Mystery of the Underwater Car
The Mystery of the Crown Jewels
The Mystery of the Amphibious Jeep
The Mystery of the Escaped Prisoner
The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle
The Mystery of the Runaway King
The Mystery of the Secret Lake
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In this one the cops have told them of a Russian that is on the loose. The kids follow who they think might be who the cops are talking about.
Clues add up to help solve this one. Kids are kidnapped and taken to Heron Island where they gather more clues to help solve the mystery.
What to do today? Hmmmm a spy that sounds like fun!
When the Mystery Kids learn that a Russian spy is headed to Smugglers Cove, they are warned by the police to stay clear in case the man has a gun. But this proves to be impossible when the spy takes them hostage. What do the children find in the garden shed? Why do the children travel to Heron Island? What's the spy carrying in his pocket? Set in 1950's Britain, this adventure story will suit anyone who enjoys Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys or the Famous Five.
What did I like? I have read every one of these books and have loved each of them. The kids are intelligent and spontaneous making them very outgoing and not scared of going the extra mile to solve a mystery. It’s the way we were 50 years ago, today’s kids are afraid to go outside and play or even get dirty. Reading these types of kid’s stories just maybe will bring back some of that adventurism that kids use to have. I love to read these with my grandkids and hear them laugh!
What will you like? These stories are well developed with lots of action and fun. The characters are fun and play well in the stories without being boring. Paul has a way with the words and descriptions so that you feel like you are right there with them getting into whatever mystery happens to them. I would recommend these to kids and adults alike. I know that I enjoy reading them and so do many of my kids/grandkids.
I received this from the author for an honest opinion with no compensation paid.