he Blue Herring Mystery (1954)
Mysteries have a way of finding Djuna, and this time a missing page from an old ship's log and the dead captain's haunted house start the ball rolling.
Djuna has learned that Capt. Beekman brought a treasure
from his whaling trips. Who can have an interest to let the boy get lost? Was he
close to the answer of the mystery?
fast-moving adventure, colorfully told.''
New York Times
had a contract with the Queens
for the first eight juveniles
from The Black Dog
until The Blue Herring
Mystery. But he
didn't write them.
Sub ghosts came natural and
after Jeffrey Marks found a
first edition of The Red
Chipmunk Mystery with the following
Aug. 31/48 For Karen Rose from
the only real ghost who had
anything to do with this book-
he looked further. He soon found
proof the final six books before
1954 were all written by Montanye.
Harold had some difficulties
getting his stake in the half
share McCoy had.
(More on the authorship can be
The Blue Herring Mystery
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