Synopses & Reviews
Spunky tomboy Trixie Belden cant stay out of trouble . . . or stay away from mysteries! And now Trixies first three adventures are available in a boxed set of the retro books with Julie Campbells text from the 1940s editions and Mary Stevenss original line drawings. After all, who can resist tomboy Trixie; her rich best friend, Honey; and their adventures with a runaway kid in a misers mansion, a stolen red trailer, and a lost diamond in an rickety old gatehouse?
“This younger girl detective is full of spunk and fun. . . . Your readers will be hooked. These stories are set in the 40s when kids had plenty of time and freedom to explore old mansions and neighborhood mysteries.”
The Seattle Times
“Parents, be warned: Nostalgic feelings may draw you in, causing a tussle over whos going to read first.”The Dallas Morning News
Jim Frayne, whom Trixie and Honey met in "The Secret of the Mansion, " runs away from Sleepyside before anyone can tell him he's the sole heir to the Frayne fortune. The girls set out to find him--and stumble onto another mystery along the way.
Trixie and Honeys friend Jim has run away from Sleepyside-before anyone could tell him that he is the only heir to the huge Frayne fortune. The girls set out across upstate New York in a trailer to track him down . . . and stumble onto another mystery along the way!