The Girl Next Door (1917)
Jacqueline of the Carrier Pigeons (1910)
The Boarded-Up House (1915)
The Slipper Point Mystery (1915)
When a Cobbler Ruled a King (1919)
The Dragon's Secret (1920)
The Mystery at Number Six (1922)
Read alsoThe Boarded-Up House
Inside a crumbling mansion, a hidden stairway leads to a locked room that holds a message from the past. Best friends Joyce and Cynthia have always been fascinated by the huge Colonial with a pair of round windows resembling eyes. When Goliath the cat disappears inside the boarded-up house, the girls follow, uncovering the key to a very old…
The Boarded-Up House (1915)-
A thrilling juvenile mystery with a delightful mixture of historical information and pleasing fiction.
The Slipper Point Mystery (1919)-
This historical mystery centers around the discovery of a tunnel from riverside to a house at Slipper Point, a tunnel used by abolitionists to help fugitive slaves travelling on the Underground Railroad.
The Dragon's Secret (1920)-
A metal box, decorated with an elaborately carved dragon, is dug up by Leslie Carter's dog near a supposedly unoccupied cottage. After considerable amateur detective work by two girls the contents prove to be important letters which they prevent Chinese secret service men from stealing.
The Mystery at Number Six (1922)-
The contrast between an abandoned phosphate mine - Number Six, now an idyllic pool - and an active phosphate mine in central Florida is vividly portrayed as a most unusual setting for this mystery.