Originally published, New York: Random House, 1969; London:Collins, 1970.
|Statement||text by Robert Arthur ; illustrated by Roger Hall.|
|Series||Alfred Hitchcock mystery series -- 11|
|Contributions||Hall, Roger., Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
(Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators #11) It all started with a dollar. One dollar paid at auction by Jupiter Jones for a dusty old trunk that once belonged to The Great Gulliver, a magician who vanished as mysteriously as one of his tricks/5. And finally, for your pleasure and delight, here is the entire first chapter from Robert Arthur's manuscript for Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators in the Mystery of the Talking Skull: Chapter 1 - Jupiter Buys a Trunk. All images and content on this page from the collection of Seth T. Smolinske. 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 . Barbara, and was the home of another Three Investigators author, M. V. Carey. The Three Investigators series is the only one in my collection introduced to me by one of my sons. When he was about twelve, Benjamin (now 28) urged me to read a paperback called The Secret of Skeleton Island (no connection to the Ken Holt volume of the same title).
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 $ An Introduction "Greetings, mystery lovers." How many times were we faced with that salutation (or a similar one) as we opened a Three Investigators book and were drawn into a new mystery about the three boys from Rocky Beach, California, who had a secret Headquarters, a Rolls Royce, and a connection with a famous movie director? The Three Investigators is an American juvenile detective book series published from to It was first published as 'Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators'. The characters known as the 'Three Investigators' are three boys named Jupiter Jones, Peter Crenshaw and Bob Andrews who live in Rocky Beach, California. Jeff Stephenson Robert Arthur wrote the book in the s with boys aged 10 to 12 in mind. Readers of that age and older (maybe younger depending on reading ability) more Robert Arthur wrote the book in the s with boys aged 10 to 12 in mind. Readers of that age and older (maybe younger depending on reading ability) will certainly still find it enjoyable and exciting.4/5.
Some of the books were reissued in the late '80's and early '90's in the Sayes, without Alfred Hitchcock's name on them, but abroad, particularly in Germany, the Three Investigators never died. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Mystery of the Talking Skull (Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators) at Read /5(9). Mystery Of The Talking Skull Three Investigators Alfred Hitchcock Vintage Book. $ Alfred Hitchcock Three Investigators Mystery Talking Skull Blue Cobweb illustrat. $ Free shipping. ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THREE INVESTIGATORS IN MYSTERY OF By M. V. Carey. $ Free shipping. MYSTERY OF TALKING SKULL (ALFRED HITCHCOCK AND THREE Seller Rating: % positive. In , Robert Arthur's moved back east to Cape May, New Jersey. His association with Alfred Hitchcock helped lead to work with Random House on the various adult and juvenile Alfred Hitchcock short-story anthologies which Arthur edited or ghost-edited and finally to his creation of The Alfred Hitchcock and the Three Investigators Mystery Series.