Two-minute mysteries collection

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Scholastic, 2004 - Fiction - 422 pages
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Quick mysteries are presented for the reader to solve, with solutions printed upside down at end of each mystery.

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This book never should have been reprinted in the 21st century, especially not for children. One of the questions is about phone systems in the "older part of town", systems that were obsolete when ... Read full review

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A bunch of two page mysteries, all centering around a single clue. If you've read his Encyclopedia Brown mysteries, you'll know a lot of these, and a number of them seem to be based around the idea ... Read full review

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Donald J. Sobol was born in 1924. He is the creator of the Encyclopedia Brown series. In addition, he has written the "Wacky" series and the "Encyclopedia Brown Record Books." His awards include the Pacific Northwest Reader's Choice Award for Encyclopedia Brown Keeps the Peace and a special Edgar from the Mystery Writers of America for contribution to mystery writing in the United States.

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