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When the Bob-Whites arrive on Cobbett’s Island for vacation, Trixie finds a mysterious letter. Many years ago, a fortune was hidden. But the clues in the letter are hard for Trixie to understand. What does “start sailing” mean? Is this a treasure hunt on land . . . or on sea? From the Hardcover edition.
Principal Stratton wants to get rid of all clubs in Sleepyside High School, including the Bob-Whites! The only way they can save their club is to prove that they help out other people, too. Trixie quickly comes up with a plan to host a benefit antique show and sale. But are the precious antiques in danger from thieves? From the Hardcover edition.
Trixie’s summer is going to be sooo boring with her two older brothers away at camp. But then a millionaire’s daughter moves into the next-door mansion, an old miser hides a fortune in his decrepit house, and a runaway kid starts hiding out in Sleepyside! From the Hardcover edition.
Trixie’s on the trail of a century-old mystery! She’s headed to Williamsburg, Virginia, to find an old plantation house, Rosewood Hall, that was the home to the Sunderland family during the Civil War. Rumor has it that a cursed emerald necklace is buried in a secret passageway there. But after all that time, Rosewood Hall is just a ruin. Is it too late for Trixie to find the missing emeralds? From the Hardcover edition.
Trixie's first three adventures--The Secret of the Mansion, The Red Trailer Mystery, and The Gatehouse Mystery--are available in a boxed set of retro books with the author's text from the 1940s and Mary Stevens's original line drawings.
While on a trip to St. Louis, fourteen-year-old Trixie Belden discovers some mysterious papers in her hotel room and soon realizes that she and her friends are being followed as they cruise in a towboat down the Mississippi River.

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