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Brazilian Gold Mine Mystery - A Biff Brewster Mystery Adventure by Andy Adams1
Mystery of the Chinese Ring by Andy Adams2
Hawaiian sea hunt mystery (A Biff Brewster mystery adventure) by Andy Adams3
Mystery of the Mexican Treasure #4 Biff Brewster Mysteries (mystery adventure) by Andy Adams4
African Ivory Mystery by Andy Adams5
Alaska Ghost Glacier Mystery (A Biff Brewster mystery adventure Book 6) by Andy Adams6
Mystery of the Ambush in India a Biff Brewster Mystery Adventure #7 by Andy Adams7
MYSTERY OF THE CARIBBEAN PEARLS; A Biff Brewster Adventure by Andy Adams8
EGYPTIAN SCARAB MYSTERY, A Biff Brewster Mystery Adventure #9 by Andy Adams9
Mystery of the Tibetan Caravan: A Biff Brewster Mystery Adventure by Andy Adams10
Biff Brewster K: British spy ring mystery by Andy Adams11
Mystery of the Arabian stallion (A Biff Brewster mystery adventure) by Andy Adams12
Mystery of the Alpine Pass by Andy Adams13

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  2. The Clue of the Phantom Car by Bruce Campbell (1953)
  3. X Marks the Spy by Jack Lancer (1967)
  4. The Adventure Girls in the Air by Clair Blank (1936)
  5. The Rocket's Shadow by John Blaine (1947)
  6. Puzzle in Purple by Betsy Allen (1948)
  7. The Secret in the Old Well by Carolyn Keene (1944)
  8. Beverly Gray on a Treasure Hunt by Clair Blank (1938)
  9. Don Sturdy in the Land of Volcanoes by Victor Appleton (1925)
  10. Robin Kane: The Monster of Wolf Point by Eileen Hill (1971)
  11. Vicki Barr, Flight Stewardess: The Ghost at the Waterfall by Helen Wells (1947)
  12. The Mystery of the Haunted Skyscraper by Mel Lyle (1964)
  13. Silent Partner : A Kim Aldrich Mystery by Jinny McDonnell (1972)
  14. The Mystery of the Deadly Double by William Arden (1978)
  15. The Mystery of the Nervous Lion by Nick West (1971)

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