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Series: Radio Boys pub by Donohue

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Works (6)

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Radio Boys in the Secret Service by Frank Honeywell1
Radio Boys in the Flying Service by J. W. Duffield2
Radio Boys in the Thousand Islands by Frank Honeywell3
Radio Boys Under the Sea by J. W. Duffield4
Radio Boys Cronies by Wayne Whipple5
Bill Brown Listens In by Wayne Whipple6

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Series description

This Radio Boys is properly a publisher's series since it collects together works from several writers. Except for the pairs of books by a given writer or pair of writers, the stories have no real continuity. However, for now, please leave it as a regular series.

#1 Secret Service and #3 Thousand Islands were initially released as by J. W. Duffield. This was corrected in later printings to Frank Honeywell, the correct author.

#2 Flying Service and #4 Under the Sea were indeed written by Duffield.

Both Honeywell and Duffield are separate real people so please do not combine the authors on the basis of this publisher mistake.

The last two books were reprints of stories from the Bill Brown series as published by Hurst and written by Wayne Whipple and S. F. Aaron. The titles in this series are #5 Radio Boys' Cronies (originally Bill Brown's Radio) and #6 Radio Boys' Loyalty (originally Bill Brown Listens In). Canonical title limitations result in the original titles being displayed here.

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