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American Girl History Mysteries Boxed Set, Books 10-12: Shadows in the Glasshouse, the Minstrel's Melody, Riddle of the by Megan McDonald
The Smuggler's Treasure by Sarah Masters Buckey1
Hoofbeats of Danger by Holly Hughes2
The Night Flyers by Elizabeth McDavid Jones3
American Girl History Mysteries: Books 4-6 Voices at Whisper Bend/Secrets on 26th Street/Mystery of the Dark Tower by Katherine Ayres4
Voices at Whisper Bend (American Girl History Mysteries) by Katherine Ayres4
Secrets on 26th Street by Elizabeth McDavid Jones5
Mystery of the Dark Tower by Evelyn Coleman6
Trouble at Fort Lapointe by Kathleen Ernst7
Under Copp's Hill (American Girl History Mysteries) by Katherine Ayres8
Watcher in the Piney Woods (American Girl History Mysteries) by Elizabeth McDavid Jones9
Shadows in the Glasshouse (American Girl History Mysteries) by Megan McDonald10
The Minstrel's Melody (American Girl History Mysteries) by Eleanora E. Tate11
Riddle of the Prairie Bride by Kathryn Reiss12
Enemy in the Fort (American Girl History Mysteries) by Sarah Masters Buckey13
Circle of Fire by Evelyn Coleman14
Mystery on Skull Island (American Girl History Mysteries) by Elizabeth McDavid Jones15
Whistler in the Dark by Kathleen Ernst16
Mystery at Chilkoot Pass (American Girl History Mysteries) by Barbara A. Steiner17
The Strange Case of Baby H by Kathryn Reiss18
Danger at the Wild West Show (American Girl History Mysteries) by Alison Hart19
Gangsters at the Grand Atlantic (American Girl History Mysteries) by Sarah Masters Buckey20
Ghost Light on Graveyard Shoal by Elizabeth McDavid Jones21
Betrayal at Cross Creek by Kathleen Ernst22

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