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The Secret of Shark Reef (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators, #30) ❴EPUB❵ ✼ The Secret of Shark Reef (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators, #30) Author William Arden – Freeboooks.com Three Young Sleuths Uncover A Mystery Buried Since World War II When They Come To The Aid Of A Trouble Plagued Environmentalist Who Is Protesting The Drilling Of Off Shore Oil Wells.

  • Paperback
  • 181 pages
  • The Secret of Shark Reef (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators, #30)
  • William Arden
  • English
  • 13 March 2018
  • 0394842499

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10 thoughts on “The Secret of Shark Reef (Alfred Hitchcock and The Three Investigators, #30)

  1. says:

    Eigentlich ist in diesen Buch vieles, das einen potentiell spannenden Fall bedeuten k nnte Die Thematik der Umweltverschmutzung, ein ehemaliger japanischer Kriegsgefagener, der seine Identit t ndern musste und dessen Verwandtschaft, ein Schiff, der Konflikt von Umweltsch tzern gegen einen lkonzern aber irgendwie wird nichts draus Das Ganze ist ziemlich langsam und dazu noch ungelenk aufgebaut William Arden ist eh fter nicht so mein...

  2. says:

    original 2010 review The boys accompany Mr Andrews up to Santa Barbara, where he is working on a story involving the crime writer John Crowe, who is organising a protest against an oil drilling rig near to Santa Cruz island Crowe also has his own mystery, which the boys help him with his fuel is being depleted, as if someone is smuggling and using his boat to accomplish it With some vivid set pieces the storm and the submarine, especially , a great sense of location, some nice background original 2010 review The boys accompany Mr Andrews up to Santa Barbara, where he is working on a story involving the crime writer John Crowe, who is organising a protest against an oil drilling rig near to Santa Cruz island Crowe also has his own mystery, which the boys help him with his fuel is being depleted, as if someone is smuggling and using his boat to accomplish it With some vivid set pieces the storm and the submarine, espec...

  3. says:

    AHT3I Update 30 read and 13 paperbacks to go Rest in peace, Alfred Hitchcock It was near the printing of Book 30, The Secret of Shark Reef, that the namesake of the book series, Alfred Hitchcock passed away From sources I found on the internet, Hitchcock s estate mainly his heirs wanted a greater royalty than was given in the first 30 books and Random House, the publisher, in an effort to further cut costs with the Three Investigators book series, decided to drop the affiliation with AHT3I Update 30 read and 13 paperbacks to go Rest in peace, Alfred Hitchcock It was near the printing of Book 30, The Secret of Shark Reef, that the namesake of the book series, Alfred Hitchcock passed away From sources I found on the internet, Hitchcock s estate mainly his heirs wanted a greater royalty than was given in the first 30 books and Random House, the publisher, in an effort to further cut costs with the Three Investigators book series, decided to drop the affiliation with the estate of the famous director Of course, the cost cutting measures also account for the switch from hard cover editions to paperback only editions two b...

  4. says:

    This was a good one The setting changed as most of this story took place at sea This was also quite a timely read as even though it was written in the early 80s a major part of the story dealt with environmentalists protesting the drilling for oil off the US Coast view spoiler The main part of the story dealt with a Japanese Submarine lost off the coast of California during WWII There s also some identity theft dealing with the war hide spoiler Overall this was a very rich plot with a l This was a good one The setting changed as most of this story took place at sea This was also quite a timely read as even though it was written in the early 80s a major part of the story dealt with environmentalists protesting the drilling for oil off the US Coast view spoiler The main part of the story dealt with a Japanese Submarine lost off the coast of Californi...

  5. says:

    My first read ever I did listen to some of the audio books and it really brings me back to my childhood, when I read a lot of Bob Evers a Dutch book series I really loved the story, the pace and the acion in it It is not as violent as Bob evers could be at times, sometimes ...

  6. says:

    An indifferent story After 28, the series went into a sharp decline From the 1980s on, it is clear that to William Arden all that mattered was collecting the cheque for his 3I books, with very little effort being put into the stories.

  7. says:

    Pretty good mystery, with lots of real detecting The initial mystery that started the whole investigation seemed a little contrived to me, however Overall, one of the better Three Investigators stories, with a clever backstory uncovered at the end.

  8. says:

    My Rating System couldn t finish, wouldn t recommend, would recommend, would read again, have read again.

  9. says:

    Easy to read, but a pretty interesting plot.

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