The Happy Hollisters and the Whistle-Pig Mystery
Published: January 1, 1964 by Doubleday & Co Inc.
95 pages Hardcover
Dust Jacket: Yes
Written by Jerry West
Summary: While watching TV Pete Hollister hears about a train robbery in New England. Masked bandits have stolen almost a million dollars in cash from a mail car! At the same time, the Hollisters receive a request from their friend, Fritz, the old woodcarver in Germany. Can the Hollisters go to a museum in nearby Foxboro and get him the dimensions of a wooden Indian called the "Settlers' Friend?"
"Foxboro!" Pete exclaims. "That's where the train robbery happened today!" Naturally, the Hollisters' instinct for detective work is instantly aroused. Indy Rhodes, the Pueblo Indian who works for Mr. Hollister, and his sister, Snow Flower, volunteer to take the children to the New England town. In no time at all, the Hollisters are deeply involved in tracking down the train robbers and the robbers of the Settlers' Friend which has disappeared from the museum.
This is a pre-owned book in great condition considering it's age. tight spine. no tears or rips. The edges have some wear primarily shelf wear to the cover corners and edges. colors are still vibrant with Illustrations in color as well as Black and White.
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