Alfred Hitchcock and the three investigators in The mystery of the invisible dog: based on characters created by Robert Arthur
Random House, Feb 12, 1981 - Children's stories - 145 pages
The Three investigators are hounded by supernatural forces as they attempt to recover a stolen sculpture of a legendary wolf-dog.
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I read the book some weeks ago. initially i found the book a little boring and not up-to the mark compared with the rest of the books in the series but the story soon picked up speed and i finally was reading a proper three investigators mystery. my advice to all the people out there don't judge the book at the initial stages, it becomes interesting once you reach a particular stage.
the way the dog was made invisible and the different methods used to keep it so was worth all the patient reading. the different aspects that were described in the book were different from the previous books as well.
I would conclude by saying the book s sure worth a reading even if i found the story not so satisfying, i gained knowledge about a lot of things that i normally wouldn't by reading mystery novels.
Review: The Mystery of the Invisible Dog (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators #23)User Review - Elizabeth S - Goodreads
Some clever tricks and detecting done by the villains and the boys. Read full review
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