Series: Mr. Browser

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Invasion of the Brain Sharpeners (Mr. Browser) by Philip Curtis1
Invasion from Below the Earth (Mr. Browser) by Philip Curtis2
Invasion of the Comet People (Capers) by Philip Curtis3
venganza de los afilacerebros, La by Philip Curtis4
Mr. Browser and the Mini-meteorites by Philip Curtis5
Mr. Browser in the Space Museum by Philip Curtis8
Mr. Browser and the Space Maggots by Philip Curtis12

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Other books in this series:
  • 6. Beware of the Brain Sharpeners
  • 7. The Quest of the Quidnuncs
  • 9. Bewitched by the Brain Sharpeners
  • 10. The Brain sharpeners Abroad
  • 11. Chaos comes to Chivvy Chase
  • 13. Mr. Browser meets the Mind Shrinkers
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