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Even Steven by Lipkind, Will, & Nicolas Mordvinoff. (Will and Nicolas)

Even Steven.

Even though Steven was the smallest horse on the ranch, he was smart, and he knew how to get even. Hobie knew he had found a friend from the look in Steven's eye. When the outlaws stole all the other horses right before the fair, it was Hobie and Stephen who came to the rescue.

$70.00

 

Agaton Sax/Diamond Thieves by Franzen /Q. Blake ill. Delacorte, 1967/1959 1st US

Agaton Sax and the Diamond Thieves.

"Sweden's answer to Sherlock Holmes," or Poirot? "His mind was always amazingly keen. Now, as he used it, his little body became tensed to the uttermost, his right forefinger slowly stroking his mustache."

$40.00

 

The Fabulous Manticora.

"A London Boy becomes entangled in the evil of the valuable antique manticora he steals in order to buy his mother a home away from the tenement they live in." Chilling end.

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$4.01

 

Junius Over Far.

Junius, lovingly raised by his grandfather, misses him terribly when he returns to the island of his youth. Grandfatha's letters become increasingly disoriented & Junius & his father fly down. Junius finds his Caribbean heritage. Wonderful language.

$5.00

 

Trouble in Bugland; a collection of Inspector Mantis mysteries.

A entomological tribute to Sherlock Holmes, featuring the brilliant mind of Inspector Mantis and his companion Dr. Hopper.

$6.00

 

The Wild-Horse Trap by Dale White /Richard Bennett, illustrator.

The Wild-Horse Trap.

When Rob's father was suspected of being involved in a stagecoach robbery, Rob was ordered out of town. He hid in the hills behind the city, determined to solve the mystery. A vivid picture of life in early racing stables in Montana in the 1880's.

$18.00

 

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