Trixie Belden and the Gatehouse Mystery review ¹ 5

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Trixie Belden and the Gatehouse MysteryTrixie Beldencom Home Page Welcome to Trixie Beldencom Here you'll find the opportunity to revisit your favourite Trixie Belden mysteries examine the various editions find out about your favourite characters and interact with Trixie in a whole new way Plus there's a whole world of Trixie fan fiction for you to read Trixie Belden Wikipedia Series Trixie Belden There were Trixie Belden novels released between and Click on any of the titles to take you to a page about each book There is factual information including a cast of characters and each has a list of Points of Interest that I found amusing or unusual when I re read them Trixie Belden Facebook Trixie Belden has members Here's a place to share the love for Trixie It is not a sales group If you choose to conduct any sales please conduct it through Messenger If you do not answer the membership uestion when asking to join you will not be admitted This is is just a simple uestion to keep out spammers Trixie Belden. I can understand why young adults would like this series as it is sweet and there is a lot of interaction between brothers and sisters and even friends It didn't do much for me for this reason and by this I mean that I would have preferred action and mystery Plus the interactions between the young adults weren’t that interesting to me Maybe it was just the mood I was in at the time but I am not sure that I would try to read another of this seriesIn this book Trixie and her new friend Honey find a diamond in a old abandoned gatehouse They spend a lot of time trying to find a hiding place for it and then moving it again and again Then they spend much of their time speculating as to who lost it

review Trixie Belden and the Gatehouse Mystery

Trixie Belden and the Gatehouse Mystery review ¹ 5 Ô Trixie Beldencom Home Page Welcome to Trixie Beldencom Here you'll find the opportunity to revisit your favourite Trixie Belden mysteries examine the various editions find out about your favourite characters and interact with Trixie in a whole new way Plus there's a whole world Book Series In Order Trixie Belden is a mystery series by Julie Campbell and other authors who wrote under the Kathryn Kenny pseudonym The series star Trixie a bold teenage girl whose investigative skills are way beyond average and the friends she shares these adventures with Thanks to her detective skills Trixie leads her friends to solve different mysteries in the The Trixie Belden Homepage BARBLNORG Overview of the series Trixie Belden is a teenage girl who lives at Crabapple Farm just outside Sleepyside on the Hudson New York with her parents and three brothers In the first book she meets Honey Wheeler of the Manor House they become best friends and Trixie embarks on her first mystery Someday she and Honey hope Trixie Belden and mystery in Arizona edition Trixie Belden and mystery in Arizona This edition published in by Whitman Pub Co in Racine Wis CFT Trixie bwglyricscom Trixie Belden Frayne and James Winthrop Frayne II were married July in a lovely ceremony i. The Gatehouse Mystery is the third in the Trixie Belden series She has made friends with Honey Wheeler and she and her new friend have helped Jim Frayne solve a few mysteries regarding his heritage and inheritance and Honey acuired a new brother when her parents adopt Jim It is now the end of summer vacation and while waiting for Trixie's brothers Brian and Mart to come home from their summer of serving as counselors at camp she and Honey decide to investigate the run down gatehouse hidden on a corner of the Wheelers' property They've barely entered the building before Trixie's six year old brother Bobby trips and skins his knee on something in the hard dirt floor Upon closer inspection what she thinks is just a pebble turns out to be a diamond How did a shiny diamond wind up in the cobwebby abandoned building Trixie begins to imagine jewel thieves fighting over their loot with a diamond being lost in the shuffle Is it possible that jewel thieves have chosen the small New York town as the perfect hiding place from authorities There are clues to be found in the gatehouse including two sets of footprints rubber soles and leather toes as well as the uestion of a certain man's letter of recommendation When a prowler sneaks into Honey's bedroom while she and Trixie are having a sleepover Trixie is sure it's the jewel thief looking for the diamond which is now hidden a secret compartment of Honey's jewel box When the boys come home from camp they along with Jim help Trixie and Honey solve the mystery of the diamond in the gatehouseThis was just as much fun to read as when I was young It's really a pretty sophisticated mystery for young people there's real danger for both Trixie and Jim and although Trixie does jump to a few conclusions here and there on the whole she makes deductions based on her observations and the clues at hand A uite enjoyable walk down memory lane First posted on my blog My Reader's Block Please reuest permission before reposting Thanks

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N the orchard at Crabapple Farm No one was the wiser when they slipped the gold bands on the proper fingers and kissed passionately when appropriate And that is how Trixie got married twice and celebrates two anniversaries One for all their friends and family One that is very very A Perfectly Perfect Pair HOME A Trixie Belden Fan Fiction Site Welcome to my little corner of Trixieland Having read and loved Trixie Belden books since I was twelve I was delighted to discover that the Bob Whites of the Glen had gone on to have many many adventures in fan fiction There's so many great stories out there Check out my 'links' section to read some of my favourite Trixie Belden fan fiction sites Trixie Belden FanFiction Archive | FanFiction When handsome Jim Frane unexpectedly inherits his late step father's truck farm fourteen year old Trixie Belden and her Bob White companions set sail for Upstate New York in hopes of solving a long forgotten mystery only little do they kno. This is THE Trixie Belden book the one that establishes the formula for almost every Trixie Belden book to follow It is the first in which Trixie and Honey declare their intent to be private investigators and while previously they kept secrets to protect others this is the first in which they withhold information for no reason other than because they want to solve the crime before the policeSadly in this one the Red Trailer Mystery idyll of girl power and independence is over Trixie's brothers return from camp and rich girl Honey who had never done a lick of house work in her life suddenly makes the best waffles knows how to darn socks and loves to really loves to sew Darning is my favorite she rhasodizes WTF How did this happen Two books ago Honey didn't even know socks could be darned; her governess just bought her new ones when the old ones wore out And our girls cared about horses than making curtains Suddenly gender roles are front and center Don't get me wrong I actually like Trixie's brothers I think her arch nemisis and strongest defender Mart is one of Campbell's best characters but with the boys' return comes constant teasing about Trixie's lack of domestic skills and tomboy nature I know It's the 1950s and this is the best we're going to get Still I kind of miss the Red Trailer days when the world was just Honey Trixie and Miss Trask swimming driving huge motor homes and saving the world In this one we get some nice reminders that Miss Trask can drive a car better than most of the men around and Mrs Belden is nobody's fool and can do pretty much anything with one hand tied behind her back But mending is now Honey's favorite leisure activity Give me a break That said it's a decent mystery with the usual stock bad guys that populate the series and the Bob Whites of the Glen our 50s era Scooby Gang is formed with Brian the serious one Jim the all around great guy Honey the diplomatic one Mart the smart aleck and Trixie the mad cap girl detective always putting her foot in her mouth or rushing off into danger without thinking it through Well paced with an exciting denouement even if we are pretty sure of the bad guy early on