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Tom Swift and His Flying Lab (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II1
Tom Swift and His Jetmarine (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II2
Tom Swift and His Rocket Ship (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II3
Tom Swift and His Giant Robot (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II4
Tom Swift and His Atomic Earth Blaster (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II5
Tom Swift and His Outpost in Space (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II6
Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II7
Tom Swift in the Caves of Nuclear Fire (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II8
Tom Swift on the Phantom Satellite (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II9
Tom Swift and His Ultrasonic Cycloplane (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II10
Tom Swift and His Deep-Sea Hydrodome (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II11
Tom Swift in the Race to the Moon (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II12
Tom Swift and His Space Solartron (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II13
Tom Swift and His Electronic Retroscope (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II14
Tom Swift and His Spectromarine Selector (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II15
Tom Swift and the Cosmic Astronauts (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II16
Tom Swift and the Visitor From Planet X (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II17
Tom Swift and His Electronic Hydrolung (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II18
Tom Swift and His Triphibian Atomicar (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II19
Tom Swift and His Megascope Space Prober (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II20
Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II21
Tom Swift and His Repelatron Skyway (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II22
Tom Swift and His Aquatomic Tracker (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II23
Tom Swift and His 3-D Telejector (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II24
Tom Swift and His Polar-Ray Dynasphere (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II25
Tom Swift and His Sonic Silentenna (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II26
Tom Swift and His Subocean Geotron (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II27
Tom Swift and the Mystery Comet (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II28
Tom Swift and the Captive Planetoid (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II29
Tom Swift and His G-Force Inverter (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II30
Tom Swift and His Quantum Telesphere (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II33
Tom Swift and His Racing Aquadisk (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II34
Tom Swift and His Thoughtograph Imager (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II35
Tom Swift in the Underlands of Mars (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II36
Tom Swift and His Humanplifying Exosuit (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II37
Tom Swift and His X-Flight Solarplane (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II38
Tom Swift and the Seafloor Pyramids (Tom Swift Lives) by Victor Appleton, II39

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Tom Swift Lives (sometimes called the Tom Swift Invention Adventures) is a fan fiction rewrite of volumes 1-32 of the Tom Swift Jr. series plus several new stories. These include updated characters and plots along with new artwork. They can be read on http://tomswiftlives.com

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