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Einstein Anderson Lights Up the Sky by Seymour Simon
Einstein Anderson Makes Up for Lost Time by Seymour Simon3
Einstein Anderson Tells a Comet's Tale by Seymour Simon4
Einstein Anderson Sees Through the Invisible Man by Seymour Simon7
Einstein Anderson Shocks His Friends by Seymour Simon Science Sleuth
Einstein Anderson, Science Sleuth by Seymour Simon Science Sleuth
Einstein Anderson Goes to Bat by Seymour Simon Science Sleuth 5
The Mysterious Lights and Other Cases (Einstein Anderson, Science Detective #6) by Seymour Simon Science Detective
The On-Line Spaceman and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective
The Howling Dog and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 1
The Halloween Horror and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 2
The Gigantic Ants and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 3
The Time Machine and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 4
The Wings of Darkness and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 5
The Mysterious Lights and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 6
The Invisible Man and Other Cases by Seymour Simon Science Detective 7

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