Fb2 Mystery of the Screaming Clock ePub
by Robert Arthur
|Category:||Mysteries and Detectives|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Distribution Services (September 1969)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1438 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1997 kb|
|Digital formats:||lrf azw mbr doc|
I had never heard of Robert Arthur until I found a tattered copy of this book in a pile that was being given away. This Screaming Clock addition to the Three Investigators series is a classic.
I had never heard of Robert Arthur until I found a tattered copy of this book in a pile that was being given away. All of the traditional Three Investigator trademarks are present: the three boy investigators, their secret headquarters in a damaged mobile home at the Jones Salvage Yard, Worthington and the Rolls-Royce, Aunt Mathilda, Uncle Titus, Hans and Konrad, and even the See-All. Of course, they meet and help another boy-this time to help set his father fre AH&T3I Update: 9 read, 19 hardbacks to go!
Jupiter let out his breath with a gasp of relief. The sound of a clock screaming like a woman had been rather unnerving.
Jupiter let out his breath with a gasp of relief. Running feet sounded behind him. Bob Andrews and Pete Crenshaw, who had been working in the front part of The Jones Salvage Yard, skidded to a stop beside him.
and. The Three Investigators. in. The Mystery of the Screaming Clock.
The Mystery of the Screaming Clock. Author: Robert Arthur. Publication date: 1967. and. A Few Words From Alfred Hitchcock1. 1. The Clock Screams2. 2. Jupiter Finds a Clue3. 4. The Screaming Grandfather5. 5. The Room of Clocks6. 7. The Clock is Stolen8. 9. Mystery Upon Mystery10.
9: The Mystery of the Screaming Clock (1968). Alfred Hitchcock's Mysteries (1963) (All stories written by Robert Arthur with the exception of "The Mystery of the Sinister Theft"). 11: The Mystery of the Talking Skull (1969). Three Investigator novels numbered 10 and 12 to 43 were written by other authors. Alfred Hitchcock Presents Stories That My Mother Never Told Me (1963). Alfred Hitchcock's Monster Museum (1965).
The clock screamed again. They have a screaming clock, Harry said as he pulled out the electric cord. There were shelves from floor to ceiling containing hundreds of books. But what they noticed most were the clocks. Its eerie wail in the dark hall brought out goose-pimples on Pete and Bob. There Jupiter said, unplugging the clock. A little one. I never saw it before but it must have been Mr. Hadley’s. There were a dozen or more of them in the room, some standing on the floor like the grandfather clock, others on tables and shelves. They all seemed old and valuable. Apparently they had all been electrified, as they didn’t tick, but merely hummed.
The high pitched scream produced by an alarm clock sets the three investigators on the complicated and .
The high pitched scream produced by an alarm clock sets the three investigators on the complicated and dangerous trail of art thieves. On the one hand it is dated in some ways, as most of the series and especially the early books are, but it doesn't detract from the story at all; you can forgive the fact the Investigators don't have cell phones or the Net and have to go through a phone book to find a clockmaker, get a phone number from.
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Bob had a part-time job at the library, helping mend damaged books, replacing books on the shelves, and doing other odd jobs
Chapter 13. Bob Finds More Clues. Bob had a part-time job at the library, helping mend damaged books, replacing books on the shelves, and doing other odd jobs. Miss Bennett greeted him with relief, for her assistant was away that day.
Alfred Hitchcockand The Three Investigatorsin Text by Robert Arthur Illustrated by Harry Kane I imagine that . Only Jupe didn’t have a copy of the book, didn’t know what book it was, and in any case only had half the page and word numbers!
Only Jupe didn’t have a copy of the book, didn’t know what book it was, and in any case only had half the page and word numbers!