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Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the mysteryof the laughing shadow
Originally published, New York: Random House,1969; London: Collins, 1970.
|Statement||text by William Arden ; illustrated by Roger Hall.|
|Series||Alfred Hitchcock mystery series -- 12|
|Contributions||Hall, Rover., Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Also known as Mary V. Carey Personal: Born , in New Brighton, Cheshire (now Merseyside), England; brought to the United States in , naturalized citizen in ; daughter of John Cornelius (an engineer) and Mary Alice (Hughes) Carey. Home address in was Birch St., Ventura, CA. Ms Carey passed away in Education: College of Mount St. Vincent, B.S., /5(17). Alfred Hitchcock anthologies were collections of short stories under various themes including mystery, ghosts, spies and thrillers. In the s, Arthur wrote stories and teleplays for the long-running T.V. series Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. Because of .
Artist Jack Hearne worked on his final T3I book, #27 The Mystery of the Magic Circle, and artist Herb Mott worked on his one and only Three Investigators book, #28 The Mystery of the Deadly Double. Random House published twelve of the earliest titles in a new paperback edition that featured unusual cover art by Stephen Marchesi and which kept. Hitchcock was born on 13 August in the flat above his parents' leased grocer's shop at High Road, Leytonstone, on the outskirts of east London (then part of Essex), the youngest of three children: William Daniel (–), Ellen Kathleen ("Nellie") (–), and Alfred Joseph ().His parents, Emma Jane Hitchcock, née Whelan (–), and William Edgar Hitchcock Children: Patricia Hitchcock.
To the business at hand, then. The three boys who call themselves The Three Investigators are Bob Andrews, Pete Crenshaw, and Jupiter Jones, all of whom live in Rocky Beach, a small city on the shore of the Pacific Ocean some miles from Hollywood. Probably the last hurrah for the classic juvenile book series was the Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators series launched in Created for Random House by Robert Arthur Jr., the series ran for several years and has been kept in print until around or so.. Robert Arthur Jr. actually started as a pulp writer in the s and ’40s, with stuff published in many of the major pulp.
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Book 12 of 42 in the Three Investigators Series. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions /5(7). Find the complete Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators book series listed in order.
Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Free US shipping on orders over $ The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series first published as "Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators".It was created by Robert Arthur Jr., who believed involving a famous person such as movie director Alfred Hitchcock would attract attention.
Random House, which is owned by Bertelsmann, is the U.S. publisher and still has some of the rights to the : Robert Arthur, Jr. The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow is the 12th book in the Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators and the 2nd by author William Arden.
Series originator Robert Arthur chose well when he picked Arden to continue the series when Arthur's health /5(10). The Three Investigators by Hitchcock, Alfred and a great selection of Book is in good lightly marked condition wiht some wear and age toning, spine slightly cocked.
Number 7 in The Alfred Hitchcock Mysteries. Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in The Mystery of the Laughing Shadow. Alfred Hitchcock. Published by Random House.
Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators. likes. (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators) Jupiter Jones, Pete Crenshaw & Bob AndrewsFollowers: And of course the ending of the book is still, to use Hitchcock's own words, suitably dramatic enough to impress even today.
I can definitely see this as a film, and even with the updating to modern times that's been done in the German-made Three Investigators movies, I think 5/5(8). The title includes Alfred Hitchcock but he really isn't a part of the stories and the books are nothing like the Alfred Hitchcock movies that were on TV.
What was fun was imagining a hideout like the three investigators had where they repeatedly took on cases in similar fashion that people would come to them to have a mystery solved/5. Each book began with an introduction by Alfred Hitchcock, written by that book's author, and each book concluded with the boys reporting back to Hitchcock about the case.
The series follows the adventures of Jupiter Jones, Pete Crenshaw, and Bob Andrews from the. Article: ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THE THREE INVESTIGATORS. Have Mystery, will Travel (At Article written for Firsts Magazine, April ) Enter the world of Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators it doesn t matter if you enter by Green Gate One (you have to push the eye of the fish painted on the board of the fence at the back of the Jones Salvage Yard then two green boards swing up so you.
The complete series list for - Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators. Moving on from the Enid blyton famous five and Find-Outers, The Three Investigators was an American detective book series written for youths first published as “Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators.”. The Three Investigators Jupiter Jones, Bob Andrews and Pete Crenshaw (also known as "The Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Series" Created by Robert Arthur, Jr.
Purists may snicker, and suggest there's no real reason to include this series, written for kids, on this site.
But it was a damn fine series, and I read as many of 'em as I could find as a kid. Unfortunately, Alfred Hitchcock died on Tuesday April 29th, a few days after I received this letter. I continued to buy Three Investigators books over the years as new titles appeared but they somehow seemed to have lost some of their luster without Hitchcock and the wonderful internal illustrations or maybe I was just too old for them by this time.
Get this from a library. Alfred Hitchcock and the three investigators in The mystery of the laughing shadow. [William Arden] -- Three boys try to solve another mystery involving a gold Indian amulet and a weird laughing shadow that appeared to them in the night.
The Three Investigators were created by Robert Arthur, who wrote the first few books and then oversaw and edited the rest of the series. It was he.
The Three Investigators series. First published by Random House and created by Robert Arthur, the original Three Investigators series comprised 43 titles, the first 30 of which were titled Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators remaining titles featured Hector Sebastian instead of Hitchcock.
In the Three Investigators series, there are two hardbound editions: the regular Trade Edition which was sold to the public through retail bookstores and the Gibraltar Library Binding (GLB) Edition which was made available to the public through schools and libraries.
Each of these two editions was published simultaneously. In this section, we will concern ourselves solely with the Random House.have been reading The Three Investigators since i was a kid. I am five titles short of the entire Three Investigators collection (there are 46 titles in the series) and this along with the Dead Man's Riddle remains my favourite.
The Mystery of the Stuttering Parrot is the second in the series and is an absolutely FANTASTIC read/5(15).Apr 8, - Juvenile Detective Fiction.
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