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Radio Boys (Breckenridge:02) On Secret Service Duty (1st Ed.)

Radio Boys (Breckenridge:02) On Secret Service Duty (1st Ed.)

The Radio Boys on Secret Service Duty is the second volume in the Radio Boys series written by Gerald Breckenridge and published by the A.L. Burt Company. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were two major series of juvenile...
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Radio Boys (Breckenridge:03) With the Revenue Guards (1st Ed.)

Radio Boys (Breckenridge:03) With the Revenue Guards (1st Ed.)

The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards is the third volume in the Radio Boys series written by Gerald Breckenridge and published by the A.L. Burt Company. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were two major series of juvenile...
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Radio Boys (Breckenridge:04) Search for the Inca's Treasure (1st Ed.)

Radio Boys (Breckenridge:04) Search for the Inca's Treasure (1st Ed.)

The Radio Boys Search for the Inca's Treasure is the fourth volume in the Radio Boys series written by Gerald Breckenridge and published by the A.L. Burt Company. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were two major series of...
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Radio Boys (Breckenridge:05) Rescue the Lost Alaska Expedition (1st.)

Radio Boys (Breckenridge:05) Rescue the Lost Alaska Expedition (1st.)

The Radio Boys Rescue the Lost Alaska Expedition is the fifth volume in the Radio Boys series written by Gerald Breckenridge and published by the A.L. Burt Company. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were two major series of...
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Radio Boys (Chapman:02) at Ocean Point

Radio Boys (Chapman:02) at Ocean Point

The Radio Boys at Ocean Point; or The Message That Saved the Ship is the second volume in Grosset & Dunlap's trademarked "The Radio Boys Series," written by Allen Chapman. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there...
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Radio Boys (Chapman:05) Trailing A Voice

Radio Boys (Chapman:05) Trailing A Voice

The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice; or Solving a Wireless Mystery is the fifth volume in Grosset & Dunlap's trademarked "The Radio Boys Series," written by Allen Chapman. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were...
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Radio Girls (01) Of Roselawn

Radio Girls (01) Of Roselawn

In the early 1920s, when radio was just about the most amazing invention to date, girls weren't left out of the excitement. While two main Radio Boys series were written (by Gerald Breckenridge and Allen Chapman), Cupples & Leon issued the Radio...
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Radio Girls (02) On the Program

Radio Girls (02) On the Program

In the early 1920s, when radio was just about the most amazing invention to date, girls weren't left out of the excitement. While two main Radio Boys series were written (by Gerald Breckenridge and Allen Chapman), Cupples & Leon issued the Radio...
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Radio Girls (03) On Station Island

Radio Girls (03) On Station Island

In the early 1920s, when radio was just about the most amazing invention to date, girls weren't left out of the excitement. While two main Radio Boys series were written (by Gerald Breckenridge and Allen Chapman), Cupples & Leon issued the Radio...
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Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1908) The Circular Staircase

Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1908) The Circular Staircase

This is the story of how a middle-aged spinster lost her mind, deserted her domestic gods in the city, took a furnished house for the summer out of town, and found herself involved in one of those mysterious crimes that keep our newspapers and...
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Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1910) The Window at the White Cat

Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1910) The Window at the White Cat

So when Hawes announced a lady, I took my feet off my desk, put down the brief I had been reading, and rose perfunctorily. With my first glance at my visitor, however, I threw away my cigar, and I have heard since, settled my tie. That this client...
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Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1921) Sight Unseen and The Confession

Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1921) Sight Unseen and The Confession

  The rather extraordinary story revealed by the experiments of the Neighborhood Club have been until now a matter only of private record. But it seems to me, as an active participant in the investigations, that they should be given to the...
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Rohmer, Sax (1916) The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu

Rohmer, Sax (1916) The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu

The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu, is the second of the fourteen Fu-Manchu books written by Sax Rohmer, pseudonym for Henry Sarsfield Ward. Follow the adventures of Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie as they battle the arch-villain Dr. Fu-Manchu in this example...
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Rohmer, Sax (1917) The Hand of Fu-Manchu

Rohmer, Sax (1917) The Hand of Fu-Manchu

The Hand of Fu-Manchu is the third of the fourteen Fu-Manchu books written by Sax Rohmer, pseudonym for Henry Sarsfield Ward. Follow the adventures of Nayland Smith and Dr. Petrie as they battle the arch-villain Dr. Fu-Manchu in another example of...
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Ruth Fielding (15) Homeward Bound

Ruth Fielding (15) Homeward Bound

Ruth Fielding Homeward Bound -or- A Red Cross Worker's Ocean Perils is the 15th in this 30-volume series from the Stratemeyer Syndicate. Alice B. Emerson was the pseudonym for various authors of the series, including Mildred Wirt Benson (author of...
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