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TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY ON THE MISSISSIPPI. #15. by  Kathryn Kenny - 1984. - from Bookfever.com, IOBA and Biblio.com

TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERY ON THE MISSISSIPPI. #15.

by Kenny, Kathryn

Condition: Good (bookstore stamp, usual toning to the pages, minor wear to covers.)


Racine, WI:: Whitman,, 1984.. Good (bookstore stamp, usual toning to the pages, minor wear to covers.). Trade paperback - square cover illustration. A reissue in a new fomat (the last one used for this series) introduced in 1984 and only used for 2 years. After publishing several new titles in 1980, there was a gap of 4 years, and then over the next 3 years only 5 new titles were produced before the series ended in 1986. These last 5 titles had a different design on the cover (the 'square' format picture) and were illustrated with drawings - and many of the earlier titles were also produced briefly with this format. Cover by Jerry Harston.


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